Author: FieldPulse Team

Content Marketing for Contractors

Content Marketing for Contractors: Blogging for Business

Have you heard the buzz around content marketing for contractors? You might be asking, “Do I need a blog for my business? My topic is boring; who will read it? What should I write about?” The short answer is, “Yes;” if you’re looking to grow your business, you should be blogging. But there’s a lot...

SEO for Electrical Contractors

SEO for Electrical Contractors

Search Engine optimization, or SEO for electrical contractors can be somewhat of a mystery. And some people might think that SEO has no relevance for electrical contractors. Some say that an electrical contractor’s reputation for designing, installing, and maintaining electrical systems provides enough business without having to write web content for SEO. Just like having...

Increase Revenues

4 Ways to Close Business Faster and Increase Revenues

When you’re looking to increase revenues and close business faster, there are a few things that can really stand in the way. Is this one familiar? Customer: “How much will it cost?” Contractor: ” Ummm…!! ” (eyes down and taking a deep breath) Pricing is the one question that most new, and many experienced, contractors fear...

Customer Pricing

Should you explain pricing to customers?

It’s never easy to have to defend your pricing to customers and prospects. So to make that conversation easier, it’s important to align your customer pricing with the value provided. When a customer needs specific services, they usually start by asking about pricing. For instance, a customer contacts you to come over and provide an...

Content Marketing for Contractors

The Importance of Content Marketing

It’s hard to believe that a little over 10 years ago, iPads and contractor mobile apps didn’t exist. In addition, mobile sites were still part of the unknown. So much has changed within a decade, and so has content marketing for contractors. Every year, marketers ask if content marketing is dead. Well, it’s 2018, and...

Lease or Buy

Company Vehicles: Lease or Buy?

Company vehicles can be a major expense for your business. Can leasing reduce those costs, or is buying going to benefit your bottom line better? While there is no one right answer for every company, you can make the lease or buy decision easier by asking the right questions up front. While it might be...

Planning Time Off

Planning for Time Off from Work

Taking time off from work is never an easy proposition in the service contracting industry, especially if you have to be in a state of all-hands-on-deck – at all times. But, you must also incorporate a healthy work/life balance if you want to promote a positive work environment with more productivity and less burnout. It’s...

Finding Great Employees

Finding Great Employees

Ever been tempted to put out a “Now Hiring” or “Help Wanted” sign in front of your business to hire new employees? While that might work for the local coffee shop, it’s rarely going to help you in finding great employees for your service business. As skilled labor becomes more difficult to hire – and...

Flat-Rate Pricing for Service Contractors

Benefits and Risks of Flat-Rate Pricing

Flat-rate pricing allows you to offer straightforward prices on services independent of the time and supplies needed to complete the job successfully. There can be both benefits and risks for offering flat-rate pricing in the service contracting industry. It helps in terms of providing straightforward pricing to customers who want to know how much they...

Choosing the Best Accounting Software for Contractors

Choosing the Best Accounting Software for Contractors

Keeping up with finances in a business can be a time-consuming task. For service contractors, this can be even more difficult because of specific accounting needs and the demands of the business. When choosing the best accounting software for contractors, the choices seem limitless. Uncovering which accounting software option is right for your needs can...