Anticipating what can go wrong keeps profit margins intact.
Show prospective customers what makes your decks worth the price.
You don't have to hire a pro to get great photos of your best projects
Borders and walkways made from composite decking can complement backyard swimming pools and spas, as this feature in Pool and Spa Marketing explains. The article offers tips on layout and design.
Decking manufacturer MoistureShield announces a new marketing program with online review site Angie's List.
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Homeowners love to see aerial photos of their new deck, but check local laws before takeoff
In the next issue of PDB, we’ll take a closer look at how drones have become a favorite marketing tools for some deck builders.
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The most important social media tool for you and your deck building business? Pinterest. Here's why you should pay attention to the photo and content sharing website.
WordPress is a useful tool that allows non-pros to create a website and optimize it for both desktop computers and mobile devices
Online reviews are out there, whether you want them to be or not—and they will influence the reputation of you and your business. What's important is knowing the real from the fake and understanding when you should ignore them or take action.
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