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Important Home Inspector Website Metrics

In life, it’s often the little factors that define success over failure– and it’s exactly the same when running your home inspector website. Now, I know that statistics and website metrics are not one of the most glamorous subjects, but you should never underestimate their importance. Even tracking the most basic of numbers relating to your website will give you an advantage over someone who doesn’t bother at all. You can use real-world data to confirm what works on your website and what doesn’t, identify room for improvements, and spot any abnormal results (including those caused by a site outage). That’s why all the savvy home inspectors allocate resources to tracking key site metrics– something you should do, as well. Learn more about home inspe...Read More

Go Direct To The Public For Business

Leverage The Power Of The Internet For More Inspections Are you still on the fence whether or not your home inspection firm needs to have a serious online presence?  Maybe you're thinking about setting up a Facebook or Pinterest page but you’re not certain if you want to invest the time or money needed to increase your presence online. If that’s how you feel, please read on! Fact: The most successful home inspection firms in America have an excellent online presence and they get business directly from the public each week via the Internet. Check this out… According to a recent survey… In 2014, the majority of consumers (57%) have searched online for a local business more than six times in the last year – that’s at least once every other month. Most s...Read More

Hire Quality Home Inspectors For Your Firm

How Do You Know When You’re Ready To Hire Your First Inspector Or Your Next Inspector? A good rule of thumb for hiring your first or next inspector is if you or your inspector(s) are 80% full consistently then it’s time to recruit a new inspector into the firm. You also need to have solid marketing systems in place so that you can generate enough business for you and your existing inspectors before you bring someone else in. You want to make sure that you are in growth mode and you are truly adding new business above and beyond what you or your existing team can handle. Finally, be sure that there is enough business in your local market to support another inspector. Okay, now that you’re ready to hire you’ve got to tackle a few issues to ensure that you will be succ...Read More

Book More Home Inspections Using This Strategy

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What Is A Mastermind Group And How Can It Help Me?

No, we're not talking about a secret cabal of evildoers out to take over the world. 🙂 A Mastermind Group is simply an alliance of two or more individuals dedicating themselves to a specific goal. Think About This… There is synergy of energy, commitment, and excitement that participants bring to a Mastermind Group. The beauty of Mastermind Groups is that participants raise the bar by challenging each other to create and implement goals, brainstorm ideas, and support each other with total honesty, respect and compassion. Mastermind participants act as catalysts for growth, devil's advocates and supportive colleagues. With that said… The Savvy Inspector is opening up two more Mastermind Groups in May 2014! Group 1: You must have 1-5 inspectors to be eligible. Group 2: You ...Read More