Part 1: The Brand Itself

Building a Brand for Your Restoration Company | A 3 Part Series Part 1: The Brand Itself When you hear the word “brand” it might not be as literal as you think. A company’s brand is about how your employees, clients, and community perceive you as a business; not about a logo out front. A […]

An Introduction to Pinterest

An Introduction to Pinterest—from a customer point of view Written by Emily Moser Pinterest is the number two social media site in use today in generating sales behind Facebook. With over 100 million active members, one thing that sets Pinterest apart from other social media platforms is that the users are purchase oriented.  Due to […]

Becoming a Pro Slacker

Let’s talk about Slack, the messaging app that makes communicating with your co-workers and project managers more fun. Here at Spot On Solutions, we have way too much fun with our day-to-day Slack interactions, but we are also a ton more productive with real-time team communications. If Slack is new to you check our first […]

Why You Should Encourage Your Employees to be Slackers

Slacking has become extremely popular amongst businesses and employees over the last year. In fact, we love to slack here at Spot On Solutions. Now, when I say slack I don’t mean we spend all day at the water cooler gossiping and we definitely don’t sit around playing candy crush instead of filing those monthly […]

Holy Smokes! What I Learned When I Became a Customer

By Derek Preece After nearly 20 years of service to my community in the area of “disaster relief specialist”, and after assisting literally thousands of unsuspecting victims through the rebuilding and restoring of their lives, one fall afternoon my perspective of dealing with people through their losses changed forever. It was a normal fall day […]

5 Tips to Use to Grow Your Restoration Business

Tip #1. Do a Search Get online and do a search for your company and your competition. Find out what people are saying about you. Search for words or phrases that prospective clients might use to find your company. This will help you get a good handle on how prospective clients think about restoration practices […]