Five Ways to Make Your Videos More “Instagrammable”

Quick tips for making business videos Instagram-worthy If your business is not using Instagram, you may be missing out on easy opportunities to reach your target audience. Consider the fact that one billion people use the social media platform every … Continue reading

Three More Ways to Use Construction Data Reports

Readers who are already subscribers to HBW know the value of Construction Data Reports; the reports provide comprehensive data, covering all permits for new residential and commercial construction, as well as renovations valued greater than $25k. Having access to the … Continue reading

Making the Most of Construction Data Reports

If you are an HBW subscriber, you’ve got leads, a lot of leads.  With new permits and construction data being added to the HBW database regularly, chances are you have more reports than time, so making the most of them … Continue reading

Drone Use for Home Builders

Aerial photos are a great way to showcase your latest project, but if you are going to use drones, be aware of the potential liability. Drone use is becoming increasingly more popular, and according to the FAA, the number of … Continue reading

10 Ways to Better Presentations

“You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” Many have been credited with this quote, from advertisements to great authors.  It rings true with our personal and business relations and is the case with our business presentations.  … Continue reading

Contractors Ask: How Should I Use #Hashtags?

Hashtags flood social media. If you are incorporating hashtags in your posts, you will want to do so with purpose.   From common to over-the-top, Twitter and other social media platforms are inundated with hashtags.  Hashtags are a recognized and … Continue reading

EquipmentShare: Airbnb For Construction Equipment

Any contractor knows that equipment is a sizable investment, an investment which in the construction industry can run into the millions of dollars. Rental revenue for construction equipment exceeds $40 billion each year. For contractors who buy, the more specialized … Continue reading