Posts By: Chad Treadway
Chad is our business development manager. He will help you survey your business needs, ensuring you are educated on your options before suggesting any solution. Chad also has several certifications through HubSpot to better assist you with your internet and inbound marketing.
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Professional plumbers are experts whose services will always be required. In fact, plumbing is an industry in which demand will only continue to increase as new residential homes and commercial buildings are built. Your customers and clients are out there with leaky faucets, persistent running toilets, malfunctioning water heaters, kitchen, and bathroom remodels, and all manner of needs for which you provide the answers and have the skills to solve. The only barrier between you and them is your marketing.
At Cube Creative, we welcome establishing mutually beneficial partnerships with other businesses. Over the years, we have discovered a few insights that make our partnerships work better.
For centuries people have looked for better ways to communicate and reduce friction. We have went from sending messages via a runner, to snail mail, telegrams to landline phones, mobile phones to texting, email to instant messaging. I could go on but the bottom line is we want to communicate with people as easily and and as quickly as possible.
Live chat has been around for a while and we at Cube Creative have experimented with it for a few clients and even on our own site a few years back. They are great for customer service, marketing and sales alike. The problem ensues when you don't have the staff to man it during business hours. Nothing is worse than getting the pop up of "Hi, Chatty Patty wants to help." You type out your issue then realize they are gone and you are directed to a contact from to "leave a message."
Is your Facebook Page engagement down in a hole and you don't know if it can be saved? I have good news and bad news, good news is you aren't alone. The bad news is that according to a recent report by Buffer and BuzzSumo in which they analyzed more than 43 million posts from the top 20,000 brands on Facebook and determined that page engagement is down in a hole.