Category: Electrician

Tips, tricks, and guides to help you run your electrician business. Helpful content ranging from creating a website to the ins and outs of digital marketing.

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...

Using Facebook Groups to Market Your Business

Facebook is easily overlooked as a valuable source when it comes to local business marketing, but it can offer a big impact if you take the time to navigate the waters. This is one of the best things about newer technology – it’s often underestimated. What this could mean for contractors is that while their...

Contractor Marketing in Hospitality: It’s all about their guests’ experience

The hospitality industry can be a consistent source of income for contractors who take the time to embrace it. Hotels and motels have one goal: taking care of their guests, in part by making sure their environment is an inviting one. This goes hand in hand with contractor marketing since the rooms and public areas...

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How Electricians Can WIN with Property Managers

There is a lot of advice on starting an electrician marketing program, but trying to gain new business isn’t always the easiest task an electrician can take on. At the same time, property managers are constantly in need of help on the properties they manage. And, they love to have good contractors in their arsenal...

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QuickBooks Online vs Desktop

Note: This article provides a quick comparison, but for a more detailed review and information on which version of QuickBooks is right for you, see our ultimate guide to QuickBooks Online vs. Desktop. You need accounting software, yet you are plagued with the anxiety of choice. Do a quick online search, and you find that a particularly...

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Workers’ Compensation: What Every Contractor Should Know

Contractors are required to offer some level of workers’ compensation insurance to their employees in almost every state. Although regulations may vary from state to state, a contractor cannot legally operate a business without providing some form of workers’ comp as a part of an employee package. In states where contractors can opt-out of providing...

The Average Home Takes 22 Subcontractors to Build

A recent report discussing the costs and scope of subcontractor use within the residential construction industry has provided the public with a glimpse into the complexity of modern home building. Authored by Dr. Paul Emrath of HousingEconomics.com, the report’s most shocking finding is that the median home construction project can expect to see almost two...