4 Best Marketing Tips For Handyman Business Owners

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If you are a handyman business owner and you are looking to take advantage of Pareto’s principle (often referred to as the 80/20 rule or the law of the vital few), you might want to know the top 4 marketing tips for effectively promoting your handyman business. By focusing on the small, but important, marketing concepts that are going to give you the biggest result for the time and money invested you can gain significant ground and then double back later to add additional streams of prospects for your business.

Here are the 4 top marketing strategies that I recommend to consulting clients that will have the biggest impact:

First, articles and content for your website. Writing unique, fresh content for your website is what is going to attract potential prospects and significantly improve your chances of having pages show up in organic search engine results. When you look at the amount of traffic you can get from taking the time to write a series of articles for your handyman business and compare that to paying for traffic from a pay per click search engine, the true value of article marketing becomes apparent.

Second, place up classified ads for your service on CraigsList. With CraigsList getting over 8 million unique visitors to its website every month, why not go to where the traffic is already? Place up an ad with an irresistible offer and a strong call to action on CraigsList and, following their terms of service, keep the ad posted toward the top of the category that best suits the nature of your ad. Doing this will not produce a flood of inquiries, but should generate a slow, steady stream over the month.

Third, I am a huge fan of direct mail and recommend that you start using it in your handyman business. If you don’t know where to start with direct mail, consider using direct mail with your existing client base. If you don’t have an existing client base, consider using direct mail to target people that are centers of influence like real estate agents to find home owners that need work done and need a handyman recommendation.

Fourth, for an instant influx of business at an extremely low cost, try using flyers. Whether you use flyers to target real estate agents, real estate investors or offer an irresistible offer with a very powerful call to action door to door to homeowners, you will find the there are few things with a faster response time than flyers to market your handyman business.

So, to jump start your marketing for your handyman business, try all four of these. Of course, there are lots of other marketing strategies you should employ as well, but these four are the ones I would personally suggest you start with.

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Source by James Orr