Contractors Secret Weapon Podcast
About This Show
Marketing Tips and Tricks for the Trades
We talk with marketing specialists across the board who give us concrete tips directed entirely towards the trades. Some of the topics we cover include Marketing, Sales Cycles, Pricing, Positioning, Branding and more.
We are a marketing resource to contractors in the building, painting, pressure washing, roofing, plumbing…heck almost any trade that you can mention.
Our goal for this podcast is to help contractors stay on top of all the different marketing topics that are available, sorting out what is working (or not) in the industry today.
Most Recent Episode
Run Your Contracting Business with Less Stress More Success with Al Levi 157
5 days ago
Run Your Contracting Business with Less Stress More Success with Al Levi 157 I'm excited to talk to Al Levi today because he is a former heating air conditioning and electrical guy was part of his family business for 25 years he created the systems in his family business that allowed him to sell his shares of the family business at the young age of 50 to pursue a consulting career to other business owners create less stress and more success by helping them implement the systems to manuals that helped the family business become more streamlined. Out of that process, he wrote a book called Run your Contracting Business with Less Stress and More Success the 7- Power Contractor. A 7-Power Contractor is a leader who is in command of the seven major areas that require their attention as an owner—leadership and planning, operations, finance, selling, marketing, staffing, and sales coaching. Written by contractors for contractors just like this podcast. Al talks about the struggles many of us have and actually create for ourselves and how to overcome them. Is today’s generation in the workforce any different than past generations entering the workforce and how to have your systems work in step with your employees? We talk about how the implemented systems and manuals on policies and procedures once in place actually paid for themselves I the following areas Reduced call back times Less down time because employees were better prepared On customer service Customer interaction Fewer calls to office and supervisors information because they were educated better and more empowered to make decisions. The implementing of systems and policies and procedures, in reality, helps you have your employees buy into the company process. Why There is order in the running of the company There are policies and procedures as to what should be done when and why They are trained to move in one direction And trained in different scenarios of operations and procedures.
Rated 5 out of
Who better to hear what works and what doesn't than from 2 guys who've put it into practice?
Date published: 2014-11-26