Learn Cutting-Edge Marketing & Sales Strategies From Andrew Ettinger, Tom Casey & Other Home Service Leaders

by | Dec 10, 2021 | 0 comments

Every other month, we gather leaders from the home services industry to share what’s working in marketing, sales, and leadership. The session is a private, invite-only session hosted by The Best Postcards (www.thebestpostcards.com). Designed to help home services companies market and sell more effectively, employing direct mail and other strategies to grow brand, generate leads, and increase sales.
This session covered numerous essential topics, including:

  • How to plan ‘22 marketing given the economy, supply chain, and other business pressures.
  • Now that just-in-time inventory isn’t possible, what are you doing?
  • December Giveaway Promotions
  • What % of revenue should you spend on marketing to hit your ‘22 target?

Watch the video below or listen to the podcast version.

If you have questions or comments, drop them below, and we’ll get back to you ASAP. Enjoy!




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Written By Andrew Ettinger

CEO, The Best Postcards

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