Wish you could increase your client base without relying on cold calling?
Look, we get it. You provide a truly exceptional service that you know would change the lives of your clients if only you could reach more at scale. You agonise over which online directory to push an advert into, spend thousands on cold calling hoping your ideal client comes up, you talk on the phone, and when they actually remember you the once, the excitement dies down - all the while watching other, less impactful businesses rise in status and glory.
** This just in. ** Marketing in the construction industry doesn’t have to be this tough.
The Old Way
Scattergun approach to marketing
Decisions based on impulse
Difficult to measure ROI
Struggling to generate leads ROI
Telesales that won't convert
Marketing poorly aligned to sales
The New Way
Strategic approach to marketing
Decisions based on data
Easily measurable ROI
High-quality leads on tap, 24/7
Generate appointments that convert
Predictable, consistent, scalable growth
Marketing and sales hand-in-hand
We are a UK based marketing agency specialising in the construction industry. We use a systematic process built on human psychology and science that has been proven over 9 years to generate leads, sales and active brand advocates on tap, 24/7.
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What Some of Our Clients are Saying
Emre Gurler and the Social Iceberg team are the Steven Spielberg's of social media marketing. They produced for me a promotional video on YouTube which has now had more than 1000 views !!! Those results alone speak for themselves. Who said business can't be fun!
Stuart Harris Accountants
I had the pleasure of working with Social Iceberg for social media and lead generation activities, which increased our tender conversion by 20%.
I can highly recommend the Social Iceberg team. For once someone has stuck to their word.
Business Development Manager
I have known Social Iceberg for some time now and have always been impressed by their professional work.
Their social media work is interesting, informative and makes you want to engage with them. I have learned so much from Emre and his team just by reading their freely given posts. They also give a wider span of relative information. I would strongly recommend Social Iceberg's services.
Who's it for
...love us because we implement marketing strategies that help them to stand out from the (better known) crowd.
...love us because we analyse existing data and create scalable marketing strategies that help further their impact with the main contractors.
...love us because we help to build brand advocates whilst identifying and targeting new segments to expand into.
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Questions & Answers
How Do I?...
“To market a product or service properly, the first thing you must do is get clear on WHO your ideal customer is, where they are hanging out, what their challenges are…”
You know building a customer avatar (some call it a buyer persona) would have a huge impact on your marketing, hence why we've put this on top of the list!
Short answer... YES!
A website should be the employee that works for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
It's the first impression of your business online and should guide your prospects through your customer journey.
Simple - Offer an irresistible specific chunk of value to a prospect in exchange for their contact information.
Absolutely! - We say Marketing is like Dating.
Here is a structure we personally use...
*What's Your Number?
= A free guide/consultation
*Want to Get Coffee?
= A low-cost product service with great value
*Can I Take You to Dinner?
= Your main offer
*Will You Marry Me?
= Upsell to a premium offer
*Flowers, Date Night, etc
= Social Media, Blogging, email marketing
To identify which platform you should put your efforts in, first ask yourself, which platform would my ideal customer use.
The number one suggestion we would give would be to create a twitter account (If you already don't have one) go to search and type in an industry topic to see what conversations are being made. You can either take part in these conversations or use them for inspirational content.