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HVAC at the Home Show

HVAC at the Home Show

Home shows are everywhere this time of year. 

Home shows can increase brand awareness and be a source of solid leads for your HVAC company.  They can also be a major time burner and expensive.  So make sure you are getting your money’s worth.  The idea is to look sharp and professional.  Friendly and approachable.  Interesting and enticing.  A tall order, to be sure.  Here are a few tips:

Advertise in advance.

Let your customers know that you’ll be exhibiting and offer a gift, discounted HVAC service or special drawing for those who stop by to see you. … Read On!

How to Make your HVAC Postcards More Effective

How to Make your HVAC Postcards More Effective!

Don’t let anyone tell you differently: postcards are still an effective, economical and easy way to promote your HVAC business. You just have to make sure you’re doing it professionally, and with a sound strategy and goal.

Use postcards to market to existing customers AT LEAST twice a year. Existing customers provide the best return on investment and help build referral and repeat business. It’s important to capitalize on your existing customer database.

Use postcards to introduce your company to new prospects in season. That’s when the fish are biting.

Here are some tips to make your postcard advertising more effective:

• It’s all about the design!!… Read On!

HVAC Marketing’s Low Hanging Fruit

Existing Customers are the LHF!

Existing customers are the low hanging fruit, folks.  They’re the easiest people to market to, they’re the cheapest people to market to and you’ll receive the best return from marketing to them.

Roughly 80% of your business will come from existing customers.  You’ll spend the majority of your marketing dollars trying to capture that other 20%.

So why do we overlook existing customers?  Often, one of our HVAC marketing specialists will sit down to do a marketing consultation with a 2nd or 3rd generation contractor and learn that they have 20,000 or 30,000 customers in their database – and they’ve never reached out to these customers.… Read On!