Ah Reddit, where cat memes rule and everyone is anxiously waiting for you to spell something wrong. Known as ‘the front page of the Internet,’ it’s long been a social channel marketers are dying to tap into. Curious about what works on Reddit and what might encourage angry pitchfork raising? Read on.
At Roundpeg, marketing for home service businesses has become one of our niches. While the home services industry may not be as “sexy” as those other areas, the need for marketing is just as strong and in some cases more so. Having cut our teeth on these types of businesses, we’ve learned a thing or two about the best ways to execute content marketing campaigns for home service businesses.
Between all of my social media accounts, personal email, professional email and text messages, it feels like my phone never stops buzzing. As someone who can’t function when there’s a little red missed message icon, it’s best to step away from the work email and take some time for myself.
People don’t become customers overnight. Typically they start out as a random visitor to your website or someone you bump into at a networking event. You need the right marketing pieces in place to help that stranger become a prospect, a client and maybe even a raving fan.
Content marketing is a ginormous elephant of a word, covering everything from blogging to social media to email marketing with its wrinkly grey body. Thankfully, the intrepid writers at Roundpeg have been tirelessly pumping out blogs focused on helping you improve your content strategy for years.
If you are like most small business owners you don’t have a spare $100,000 lying around to spend on marketing. So as you look for creative ways to break through the clutter, you should think about direct mail.