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Category Archives: Remodeler Marketing

If you own a local remodeling company and you’re looking for a digital marketing partner to help take your business to the next level, you’ve come to the right place. At Blue Corona, we specialize in remodeler marketing—everything from SEO, PPC, website design, content marketing, social media campaigns, and more for businesses just like yours.

Blue Corona does so much more than just remodeler SEO—we truly see ourselves as a Web marketing partner to your remodeling company. We market your business as if it were our business—meaning we strive to truly understand your services, products, sales process, competitors, industry, and markets to effectively market your services on the Web, all while tracking and measurably justifying your investment in our remodeler marketing campaigns and services.

Below are a collection of blog posts written by our team of expert remodeler marketers. Browse through or call us today to get started on improving your remodeling company’s online presence.

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Blue Corona Editorial Board
November 19, 2013

Unless you’re Bob Perini, you’ve probably gotten a bad review before. After all, we (minus Bob) are only human.…

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Blue Corona Editorial Board
October 18, 2013

Blue Corona and remodelers go together like beer and football—which is why we jumped at the opportunity to go…

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Alanna Hernandez Quality Assurance Manager
September 12, 2013

“How are page speed and remodeling websites related?” you may find yourself asking—and it’s a fair question, especially since…

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Blue Corona Editorial Board
June 27, 2013

This has happened to you. You visit a website; leave the website; go make a grilled cheese sandwich; get…

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Blue Corona Editorial Board
June 6, 2013

What’s beautiful about working for an online marketing company is that the industry is constantly changing. There’s always a…

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Ben Landers President & CEO
September 8, 2010

Where do you think consumers go when they're considering something new for their home? Where do you go? If…