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  • Dealing with Competition for Your Moving Leads

    Posted On February 26, 2016 by Robert Smith

    Commercial moving and office relocation is a highly competitive industry. Searching for the keyword “commercial movers” on Google, for instance, yields more than 24 million search results, Granted, not all of these listings are for actual movers, but the fact remains that commercial moving is highly competitive. If you're currently involved in this business – or if you are expecting to enter the industry – you'll have to come up with innovative ways to beat the competition.

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  • Common Reason Why Your Proposals Fail

    Posted On February 24, 2016 by Robert Smith

    Tired of seeing your proposals constantly being rejected by prospects? The problem could be attributed to one of the following.

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  • 5 Way to Maximize Revenue from each Industrial Project Report

    Posted On February 23, 2016 by Robert Smith

    Selling industrial equipment isn't always easy, but there are ways to boost your revenue potential from each prospect that you might not be fully utilizing now.

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  • Tips for Increasing Email Open Rates with Your Moving Leads

    Posted On February 23, 2016 by Robert Smith

    Few metrics hold the same level of importance in email marketing as open rates. As the name suggests, this is essentially the number – expressed as a percentage – of total recipients who open the email. Office relocation companies should pay close attention to this metric, optimizing their email campaigns for higher open rates. Higher open rates will lead to better qualified moving leads.

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  • "Green" Commercial Construction Trends

    Posted On February 17, 2016 by Robert Smith

    There's been a growing interest in “green,” eco-friendly practices among industrial construction companies. Back in 2005, McGraw-Hill Construction estimated the value of green commercial building construction in the United States to be $3 billion. Fast forward to 2010, and McGraw-Hill estimated the value to be somewhere in the ballpark of $43 to $54 billion.

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