Here’s How To Get More Customers For Your Roofing Business
Thank you for taking a few minutes from your busy day to read this page. Your visit leads me to believe that you’re a roofing contractor who wants more from their business.
More what? More everything! Homeowners who know like and trust you. Indisputable proof that you’re among the best in your area. Of course, we want more appointments with real buyers who want or need to fix their roof. And most importantly, more roofing customers.
I don’t blame you. There’s never been a better opportunity to grow a solid business that has real value – one you can even sell after all your years of hard work.
Want More Roofing Customers? Invest in Truth NOT Tactics
But it’s also a challenging time for contractors. Yellow page ads, which were so dependable for so long are mostly dead and gone. In its place is everything Google has brought. Some good, but with real challenges. Some sellers offer you tactics that help “beat” Google, while others are focused on the truth that beating them is a bad idea.
My company, Top Ranked Roofer has been focused exclusively on helping roofing contractors to grow their business since late in 2012. The essence of what we do is known as “Top-Performer Positioning”. Unlike most other providers who claim to work with roofers, we’ll build a strategy that is based on Truth. The truth as you need it to be. In our role, we’ve served a few dozen contractors and have gotten solid, provable results for the money they invested.
If you knew me, you’d quickly find I’m not one of the SEO or Lead Gen guys who spam you with emails or cold call your phone all day long. No. I’m a seasoned business consultant who learned online marketing spending my own money to market my own businesses. In that, I’m very unique in this industry. If you need help with customer acquisition and online marketing and you qualify, I can probably help you.
All that said, our typical client is the owner of a roofing firm in North America (the United States & Canada), with revenues between $2-5M and less than 50 employees. Most are 45 years old or older, many are within 5-10 years of retiring.
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What follows on the next page is the story of one man, who happens to be a roofing contractor. But in reality, this story is indicative of many of those folks who make their living as licensed professionals in any field.