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How Algorithms are Affecting Your Bottom Line

Google's algorithms are deciding if people can find your roofing company's website.

Google and Facebook algorithms determine whether your business is easy to find online or lost in the internet abyss and that can affect your bottom line.

If you are a business owner in 2018 chances are your business is in some way represented online—whether it’s your website, a Facebook page, or a listing on Yelp. The digital era has captured us with a simple way of connecting people but also left us vulnerable to the powers that control it. Algorithms. 

Google and Facebook have the power to get your business in front of millions of people but they also have the power to make sure that no one online ever comes across your business. Their algorithms are the final judge.

It might seem unfair for Google and Facebook to have this kind of power but with nearly 5 billion web pages on the internet and the internet growing exponentially there needs to be a way for users to sort through all of the data. These algorithms help you connect to things that are actually relevant to what you are looking for.

Everyone loves a good cat video but if you typed, “roofing contractor near me” into Google and all that came back in the results were cat videos you would probably not use it to search for things much longer. So it is in Google’s best interest to provide its users with the most relevant content.

As technology has advanced, these algorithms have become more adept at producing exactly the content searchers are looking for. The flip-side of this is that means these algorithms are always changing. Which can be costly for business who are trying to get their site to people who are looking for them.

A business might be easy to find online one day but lost in the internet abyss the next. These changes might seem drastic but big business who have been penalized by Google algorithms have lost substantial amounts of web traffic.

While some companies try and beat the algorithms and may have temporary success, playing by the rules and staying on top of algorithm updates is the best way to ensure lasting success for your business.

Don’t let your website get lost in the internet abyss. If you are a roofing company owner who is looking for SEO that will bring lasting success with Google and Facebook’s algorithms, we can help your business succeed.

Are you getting found on Google right now? What do people have to search for to find your business online? Will potential clients be able to find you online tomorrow? Get answers to these questions with a FREE SEO Analysis now. Don’t leave your bottom line up to the will of algorithm changes, call us today.

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Writing Great Ad Copy for Roofing Contractors

A successful digital marketing campaign gets your roofing company in front of people who need a new roof and compels them to contact you. One of the most effective ways to do that is through Pay Per Click (PPC) ads. At Roofing Contractor Marketing, we have an in-depth understanding of the roofing industry that helps us to craft the best ads for your business.

While understanding the industry is an important part of creating ads there is much more to it. A great ad will grab the audience’s attention. It should be short enough that the audience doesn’t get bored and long enough that it gets your message across. It has to compel the reader to take an action.

Creating the best ads requires testing and tweaking to determine which ads are performing the best and how to build on that. We have a team of experts creating and testing your ads to drive leads to your site. Check out some of the pro tips from SearchEngineLand that our experts use to make your digital marketing campaign great.

15 PPC pro tips for writing text ads

PPC Ads for Roofing companies

Get into the mind of the target audience

Before you start writing, you want to understand things from the target audience’s perspective. What problems are they experiencing? What are their pain points? How does this product or service solve their problems? What questions might they have about your product?

The answers to these questions will help direct your ad messaging.

Make it about your audience, not you

Following on the above point, make your ad copy about your audience, not you. In other words, you want to use (or imply) the word “you” more than “us” or “ours.”

For example, look at these two headlines:

  • “XYZ Helicopter Tours – Fly Over the Las Vegas Strip”
  • “XYZ Helicopter Tours – We Fly Over the Las Vegas Strip”

The difference is subtle, but ultimately the first one is better than the second because you’re making the searcher the subject (rather than yourself).


Include a call to action

Somewhere in your ad copy, you need to tell visitors what to do, such as “Buy now,” “View now,” “Shop now,” “Learn more” or “Request a quote.”

Make sure your call to action is strong and clear. Use an action verb and include any (legitimate) time constraints, e.g., “Shop today! Sale ends Monday.”
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Our experience working with roofing companies all over the country helps us better understand your needs and how to create ads that will bring you leads! Take your roofing company to the next level with a FREE Internet Marketing Audit and see how you can start getting more leads with a full-service digital marketing strategy from Roofing Contractor Marketing.Click Here for Roofing PPC


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Your Reputation Precedes You

Roofing company owners have always been aware of how important having a good reputation is. From getting referrals to word-of-mouth of a job well done, it isn’t surprising that having a great reputation can help a business succeed while a bad reputation can cause it to fail. In today’s digital world, the importance of a good reputation is even more critical. Word-of-mouth has changed to checking reviews and is as simple as pulling out a cell phone. Your prospective clients are looking at your ratings on Google, Yelp, and Facebook. They are using those little gold stars to decide if your company is the one they trust.

Empowered consumers are searching for the best and worst brands before they buy

With mobile devices, people are searching in real time for negative experiences to make decisions.

The best experiences and the worst experiences are oftentimes so compelling that we can’t help but share them. That’s nothing new. We’ve all heard the saying that a happy customer tells one person while an unhappy customer tells anyone who will listen. It’s partly cathartic. It’s also a way of helping save others from similar experiences.

In a social, mobile, real-time world, shared experiences only become more potent. The question is, when someone picks up their mobile device in a micro-moment to search, on which side of those experiences does your brand reside? And how are your marketing efforts promoting positive experiences for customers to discover?

Mobile devices have created a new generation of super-empowered consumers. They’re connected, informed and sophisticated. These consumers are also more impatient, demanding and curious. They’re increasingly improving how to seek what’s best for them and also what to avoid. They have access to platforms where shared experiences can reach hundreds or even thousands of people, for better or for worse.

Google, for example, found that mobile searches that include “best” have grown over 80 percent in the last two years. At the same time, searches ending with “to avoid” have grown 1.5x in the same span, and searches for “worst” are also on the rise.

“Is ____ worth it,” another key mobile search phrase becoming increasingly popular, also grew over 80 percent. And Google isn’t the only place people search. YouTube has long been touted as a secondary search engine. For instance, users’ watch time of “does it work” videos grew by more than 11x in the past two years, according to Google.

Consumers are also seeking visual proof that the items they’re considering will meet their needs and that they will deliver desired value. And these searches span the spectrum of high- and low-consideration purchases in nearly every industry.

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Roofing company owners work hard to provide superior customer service but that isn’t always enough. Happy clients don’t always leave reviews and sometimes you get clients that will be unhappy no matter what you do. Reputation Management from Roofing Contractor Marketing is one of the best ways to protect your business and keep your reputation safe.

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How are you going to WIN the SEO Race in 2018?

Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, is a race that never really ends. There are 1000s of websites all competing for the top spots on the first page of the Google’s search results. That kind of competition means that there is a lot of work to get to those top spots and once you get there you still have to fight off all of the others who would gladly take your place. So the race continues on.

Whether you have made it to the top and want to stay there or you are working to move your way up the SERPs you NEED to have an SEO plan for 2018.

3 ways to kick-start your SEO in 2018

The new year is a great time to take a step back and review your campaigns to see where you can make improvements. Columnist Casie Gillette shares her ideas for starting off 2018 right with SEO.

Win the SEO Race in 2018

1. Audit your site

I’ll be the first to admit that it’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day. Between the daily tasks at hand, the pressure to hit goals and the ongoing updates from search engines making life difficult, it can be hard to step back and get a holistic view of your site and how it’s performing.

At KoMarketing, we start every new program with a full-scale technical audit, followed by a keyword roadmap and content audit. It ensures we not only understand the landscape but also get our clients’ sites in the best shape possible, as soon as possible.

But what happens when you’ve been working with a client for two or three years? What happens when hundreds of changes have been made, messaging has shifted and company goals have evolved?

While we try to perform quarterly technical audits, they aren’t always as in-depth as that first time. In addition, after a few years of writing and adding new content to the site, that initial content audit likely no longer applies.

Start your year off right by giving your site a full audit, evaluating everything from technical issues to content to competitor performance.

2. Revisit your keywords & messaging

Were new features added in the past year? Were brand guidelines put into place? Did the competitive landscape change a bit? Whatever the case may be, it’s important to revisit your overall messaging to ensure your target keywords still make sense and you aren’t missing any major opportunities.

Take for example this scenario: A few years ago, I had a client in the logistics space who was targeting “shipping” terms. Our content was geared toward shipping, our SEO efforts were geared toward shipping, and overall, performance on the terms was pretty great.

Fast-forward to the following year, when those terms started driving much less traffic and leads. Why? The landscape had shifted toward “transportation.” Searches were up, the types of results had changed, and more competitors had started using the term.

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Staying ahead in a never-ending race is a full-time job. In fact, it’s more than a full-time job. That’s why at Roofing Contractor Marketing we have a whole team working together to help your roofing company have SEO success.

If you are ready to GROW your roofing company and start driving leads to your business, click for a FREE, No-Obligation SEO Analysis to see how your website ranks and what we can do to help you.

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SEO is ALWAYS Changing. Is your roofing company ready for 2018?

Don’t let your roofing company fall behind in 2018. The internet is an ever-changing beast and in order to harness its power successfully your business needs to be prepared to adapt to any changes that come your way this year. The need for SEO or Search Engine Optimization isn’t going to change, but how your business can rise to the top of the SERP page will. Check out some of the predicted SEO changes to be on the lookout for in 2018 from below.

8 game-changing SEO trends that will dominate 2018

With over 200 factors in Google’s algorithm, SEO is a complex science. But it’s not how much you need to know that makes it really challenging — it’s the ever-changing nature of the rules of the game.

As search engines strive to improve the quality of search results, some ranking factors shift shapes, others fall into oblivion, and completely new ones arise out of nowhere. To help you stay ahead of the game in 2018, here’s a list of the most prominent trends that are gaining momentum, with tips on how you can prepare for each.

1. The rise of SERP features

Are you assuming a #1 organic ranking is the way to get as much traffic as possible? Think again. Increasingly, SERP features (local packs, Knowledge panels, featured snippets and so on) are stealing searchers’ attention and clicks from organic listings.

And it’s only fair if you consider the evolution the Google SERP has been through. It has gone all the way from “10 blue links”…

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Keep your roofing company ahead of the game with our expert SEO services and see how your website is ranking right now on Google with a free SEO Analysis from Roofing Contractor Marketing. 


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