IE3 The Week of July 31: Here’s What Happened
Map it. Don’t think you need to worry about Google Maps? Market Hardware’s Brian Kraff says think again! He explains why you need to make sure your listing is accurate, so that if helps you, not hinders your sales. Read it.
Don’t repel. Customers come and go. That is a fact. But, why do they go? Sure, some move away and some are just always looking for the lowest price or best deal. But, what about those who are still there and want to be loyal to a company? Marketing Guru, Adams Hudson of Hudson, Ink, explains that you may have a customer repellent in your company that if you don’t get a handle on it, will drive all your customers away. Read it.
Tiny house problems. Tiny houses have become a popular trend in the U.S. And while people may be downsizing their home’s physical footprint, they don’t want to give up any of their comfort. So, IE3 is taking a look at the challenges contractors can face when working in tiny homes. Read it.
So lame. We all know the election is coming in November, but it’s the week’s following that could mean the most for the country. ACCA’s Barton James explains what could happen once the dust settles from the election and the lame duck session starts up. Read it.
Worker’s Comp? IE3’s Legal Expert, Brooke Duncan, tackles a question about worker’s comp for contractors. Read it.
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