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15: Shana Randell and Jonathan Grubb
SEO vs PPC in the Restoration World
14: Alena Wilson & XM8 Mastery
Alena schools me at my own game.
13: Sean Lewis - Social Media Marketing
Sean Michael Lewis gives us some great advice when it comes to using Social Media in our businesses.
12: Michael Capilli - Public Insurance Adjuster
Mike Capilli is an adjuster for Metro Public Adjusting who works in Orlando, Florida. He was gracious enough to share his time and unique perspective with us.
11: Jack Dennison - The Restoration Entrepreneur
The LEGENDARY Jack Dennison expounds on all things insurance and restoration. Be prepared to take notes.
10: Jeremy Reets' Drying Academy
Instead of talking about
Reets Drying Academy
, Jeremy and I went off on the new S500 Air Mover calculations. I thought it turned out great. 🙂
9: Richard Braun & 1-800-RESTORE
Rich Braun shows some marketing wizardry and talks about good 'ol fashioned hard work when it comes to promoting your business.
Eps8: Matt Ballou & Dry Ice Blasting
Matt Ballou and PureSpace provide Dry Ice blasting and mold remediation services.
Episode 7: Jerry Colosimo
Jerry is an Xactimate estimator and project manager.
Episode 6: Gary Wilbers
Gary is a national speaker and business coach with a passion for helping people improve.
5: Ivan Turner
Ivan Turner is a carpet cleaner turned restoration professional. Direct marketing is not a simple as it used to be. Inbound marketing is very important, but unless you know how the industry works it is very difficult to sell.
Josh Solloway, the host of The Restoration Nation podcast, talks about his experience in the restoration industry at Soil Away. We touch on Third Party Administrators, temp labor and education.
Tim Bauer and O.P. Almaraz of Restoration Mastery and Allied Restoration speak about the importance of fit for new employees. They also discuss training for owners and the importance of a value-driven business.
Kevin Dooley, President of DriTech International, talks about equipment, training and what the future of the restoration world looks like.
John Otero of Dri-Eaz and Legend Brands talks about the equipment needs of new restoration contractors, the future of equipment and the importance of education.