Home Maintenance Services Marketing: Customer Targeting Strategies to Engage Your Best Customers

Feb 15, 2022

Since 2020, the home maintenance services market has been experiencing a pandemic boost, as people’s lives have become more focused than ever around house and home. Homeowners are expected to continue spending in the year ahead. In a recent Thumbtack survey, 30% of U.S. homeowners said they plan to invest $10,000 or more on home projects in the next 12 months, and another 22% plan to spend $5,000-$9,999.

How can you ensure your home maintenance service business or franchise is capturing its share of this booming market? And, how can you continue to connect with your best customers, even after the factors currently driving this favorable market recede?

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Tags: Marketing Communication, marketing channels, customer segmentation, franchise marketing, market research, home services marketing, customer targeting, customer profile

Why Brand Consistency Is So Important

Nov 30, 2021

What does the term brand mean to you? Many people mistakenly see brands as merely logos and color palettes, when in fact, brands are so much more. Your brand is the platform for presenting your business and its values to the marketplace. It differentiates your company, your core products and your services, in a way that guides the customer journey.

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Tags: brand consistency, Marketing Communication, brand experience, marketing channels

“Moments Matter” in Delivering a Seamless Brand Experience

Oct 28, 2014

“Moments matter,” said Kyle Lacy, an author and thought leader on digital marketing trends, at the recent Connections 2014 Conference in Indianapolis. “Every touch point and every connection is an opportunity to deliver a seamless brand experience to delight your customers.”

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Tags: brand consistency, marketing technology, localized marketing, local marketing, marketing channels

Decoding the Consumer Buying Process

Oct 09, 2014

On the children’s live-action adventure show Captain Midnight, members of the Secret Squadron used special decoder rings to decipher messages that no one else could understand. The secret decoding power provided a competitive advantage that allowed the Secret Squadron to win.

Wouldn’t it be great if you could slip on a special marketing decoder ring to decipher your prospects? Imagine the advantage of knowing the secret communication channel and message to most efficiently and effectively win the sale. Marketing case studies would be written and awards presented as victory over your competition would be certain. The challenge is that consumer’s aren’t predictable, linear, rational or sequential beings. In other words, good luck decoding your shopper. That’s not to suggest you should ignore consumer behavior or the buying process though. Because when you do crack the code by engaging your customers through the right touch point with relevant and timely information, you build consumer trust and improve their buying experience.

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Tags: marketing campaign, marketing strategy, marketing channels, buying cycle

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