Displaying episodes 31 - 60 of 136 in total
Tim connects with Rob Ambrosetti to talk about educating sales and shifting a mindset of "pushing something that nobody needs" to a mindset that is closer to "offering something that anyone could benefit from".
Tim and guest, Lord Joshua Robert Bigger aka Best Damn Roofer, talk about building an audience using the assets of humor and stunts. They also cover the use of reactions and how they have dealt with haters.
Tim talks with Tanner Mullen about creating a better experience for the homeowners as well as "scaling the unscalable" and passing on the craft to the next generation in the craft.
Tim talks with Griffin Roer of Uproer, a performance-driven SEO & SEM agency, about using "wildcard content" to make big leaps in the world of SEO and ranking on Google.
Tim talks with Eric Anderton of Construction Genius about the next generation stepping into the construction industry and the struggles with finding solid employees that have the skill, will and are a cultural fit.
Torlando Hakes of Periodic (torlando.periodic.com) shares steps you can take to stop losing leads after you did all the work to get them! Periodic is a *more advanced* meeting appointment setter – with pro options. Check them out!
Patrick Shelton of Minneapolis' 'Current Resident' joins us https://currentresident.tv/ - Current Resident is a video production team that works with a lot of agencies in town, shares why video ads perform video, and a ton of video marketing statistics.
Tim and chats with guest Tom Davis of Signpost about three great ways to used email marketing to your advantage even after the hard work of making a sale is behind you.
In this episode, Tim talks with Logan Shinholser about one of the greatest struggles that contractors face in marketing today... separating themselves from the crowd!
In this episode Tim connects with Devon Tilly and Scott Hicken of Art of Construction to get real about what it what marketing agencies are doing...
In this episode we cover a few things that many who are just getting into the business of selling roofs might find valuable. Also, we touch on dealing with rejection and having fun doing your job.
In this episode of the Hook Better Leads podcast, Tim goes head-to-head with Monroe McKay discussing which of these two customer relationship management softwares "take the cake".
Tim talks with Dale Dupree about some of the struggles associated with sales and how, with the right habits and community, a life in sales can be great!
In this episode, Tim connects with Ponara Eng from Cambria to talk about the chaos of the current state of the economy and some of the things that business owners could do to take a step in the right direction.
Check out Contractor Coach Pro: https://www.contractorcoachpro.com/ What did you learn about roofing business from growing Acculynx? How do you attract the best Roofing salespeople? Best practices for interviews? How do you scale - training your people appropriately? Nature vs. Nurture Strategy BEFORE taking massive action Connecting = Super Skill
When should contractors do their facebook + Google ads themselves How did you get into this business model? What are the top 3 Facebook ads contractors should make themselves? What should contractors be paying attention to most when they’re improving their ads? How can contractors take your courses?
An age-old strategy to get more people on your website is to ask 10-20 people who are experts in your field a question a lot of your audience & prospects care a ton about… Some call it ego bait – because these people tend to promote the roundup or guide after it’s done. But it can help you with more than just more pageviews. Listen for more
Have you gone in to change to something and it broke?
Jake Dempsey joins Tim Brown of Hook Agency in a conversation about how using the right systems and processes can bring exponential growth to your business.
1. Links, Content or Technical? 2. Meta Titles or De-index thin and duplicate content? 3. Do audits add value? 4. Should we trust Google?
Host, Tim Brown, and his guest, Greg Toler, look at the advantages of hiring a marketing manager and how they compare to the advantages of using the services of a marketing agency.
We talk about the key things to dig into if your making sure your agency, or an SEO agency you're considering is legit.
Cole and Bea join for a candid conversation on things we've learned about leadership so far, how the team is growing and give a little window into our thought processes about growth.
I chat about the types of marketing you SHOULD be doing – on marketing. Many of which you can do yourself, without hiring a roofing marketing agency.
Tim shares some roofing scams every roofing company should avoid.
(w/ Dmitry Lipinskiy of Roofing Insights) We chat about Guaranteed Leads stories and why it's better to build your brand.
SEO isn't the only marketing we love! Even though search is what we handle, we do all kinds of marketing for ourselves and you should to. Here are some amazing local marketing methods you should experiment with.
We break down the pro's and con's of Aerial vs. Onsite Estimation tools with Mark Bloom from Hover. HOVER transforms smartphone photos of any property into an accurate, interactive 3D model. Contractors and insurance carriers use us to drive efficiencies, reduce costs, and min closing and/or cycle times
Why Contractors Should Be on Linkedin & How to Win There (w/ Jarrett Thomas of iPullRank & Lee Gaul)
The Linkedin in Algorithm is favorable for folks that want to post about their business – vs. Facebook. Consider joining and checking out what kinds of audiences you can connect with on there. 5% or less of people post – so visibility is a lot easier! We share some tips for getting higher in the Linkedin Algorithm, and connecting with folks.
We talked about whether contractors should be on Linkedin, what kind of content to publish, and getting more engagement there.