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By Procore Editorial staff
September 17, 2018
How to Stay Competitive
Click below to download the entire free “Building a Successful Social Media Program for Your Construction Business” webinar
Do you know how to make your business stand out from the competition and avoid landing in the “no" pile? In this competitive industry you need an edge. Building out your company's social media program can help.
From your company's reputation to winning new business, developing a social media program for your company helps you build the kind of brand and customer loyalty that will set you apart from your competitors.
What you’ll learn:
What are you doing to get ahead?
Listen in to this free webinar with Carey Larson, Social Marketing Manager at Procore, Bob Gardner, CEO of Gardner Builders, and Jessica Stoe, Brand and Marketing Director at Gardner Builders, as they cover the importance of building a strong media presence for your company, including best practices, what content to present, and how to authentically represent your brand.
To listen to the entire webinar, "Building a Successful Social Media Program for Your Construction Business," click here.
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