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There isn't anything stopping you from trying to do it yourself...
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You'd avoid some rookie mistakes...
Be better equipped...
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Too many roofing contractors are advertising in Red Oceans.
Red Oceans are places where all of your competitors go to "feed", and leave behind a whole lot of blood in the water.
Places like Google and HomeAdvisor can get pretty expensive, competitive, and bloody when everyone goes there to "feed".
There's gotta be a better way, right? A Blue Ocean for roofing leads? Does a place like that exist? We think it does.
You asked for it... and it's finally here!
The "no-fluff" step by step guide to getting lucrative commercial roofing leads on autopilot.
We show you the perfect commercial roofing website, the best way of getting traffic, and how to scale your lead-generation to get $250,000+ jobs like clockwork.
If you do commercial roofing, what I'm about to share with you might just make your day.
After trying to get residential and commercial leads for my own roofing company, I stumbled on a pretty shocking trend...
Adwords is not as simple as some Yelp and YellowPages reps make it out to be.
There's a 100+ different settings, features, and ways that a campaign can fail. I've been using Adwords for over 5 years, and I will be the first to tell you that it's a powerful but dangerous tool.
As a roofer, you probably get calls every single day from telemarketers trying to sell you online marketing services.
The big ones are HomeAdvisor, Angieslist, Yelp, and the thousands of SEO companies out there that call around with the same pitch.
Same thousands by avoiding these 3 common "roofing marketing budget black holes."