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Great Lead Generation Website Design

Here is the most important question for your painter website.   What do you want leads to do? Consider that you have three seconds. Three seconds for the lead to know exactly what they’re supposed to do. Do you want a … Continued

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Painting Leads Need Retargeting Touches

Here is what happens on most painting contractor websites: They work hard to get good traffic with SEO and paid search campaigns. Traffic comes into the painting website and does not convert. The lead leaves and forgets about the painter. … Continued

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Is the Painting on the Wall?

Have we reached a time when the public is so out of touch that you should just fabricate anything you want for your painter marketing campaigns? The recent plague fake news, some of which may have effected the 2016 presidential … Continued

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Your Painter Marketing Starts in 1 Year

It’s exciting to start a new business.  You’re going to dominate the residential house painting market and be your own boss.  Super! Just remember this:  how you run your business is a lot more important than how you start it. … Continued

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Painter Marketing Value Checklist

As a painter, you need to be more than just another painter. Marketing online requires that you convey a unique value.  You must create separation between you and your competition, or you’ll become a commodity stuck in low-ball bidding wars … Continued

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The Only Painter In Town

It’s easy to lament.  So many painting contractors, only so many homes to paint. If only there wasn’t so much competition.  People would say “Need your house painted?  He’s the only guy in town.” But you know there’s no use … Continued

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Blame, Complain, and Lose

That painting lead didn’t call me back when he said he would.  I waited around instead of heading out for an evening ride on my motorcycle.  What a jerk.  Who blows somebody off like that?  Obviously a rude, inconsiderate person … Continued

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You Got Rejected. What Did You Learn?

That hot new painting lead shot you down.  No contract, no deal, no job.  Rejection. It sucks.  You put a lot of effort into getting that lead to your painting contractor website.  You worked on your advertising message and call … Continued

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