As a contractor, one of the best ways to improve your construction business is by learning from others. Many of us participate in building-related associations and/or groups so that we can network and engage with others in our profession.
Learning from each other is, by far, the most effective and efficient way to improve any business – because you are bound to run into someone who has been in a similar situation and can provide the perspective you’ve needed.
So what if I told you there is a way that you can be introduced (or reintroduced) to over 30 free resources that are dedicated to improving your contracting business. Would you be excited?
This is precisely what Mark Buckson has accomplished with this annual Best Construction Blog Competition. And yes, I am honored that that my blog is one of the nominations.
For me, the 2013 Best Construction Blog Competition is much more than winning the prestigious honor of being “the best.” It is about introducing construction industry professionals to the variety of excellent resources that are available to them – all online – through blogs.
Some of the construction blogs nominated you will recognize, but there may be others that are new to you. All are written by fine experts in the industry – including lawyers, marketers, consultants, publications, and builders and remodelers, too.
Where else are you going to find a collection of industry-specific blogs that can truly help your business succeed?
While I hope I’ve earned your vote as a valuable resource for your contracting business, I encourage you to investigate all 30+ construction blogs. Those that you find useful, sign up to their email subscription list so you can stay informed.
Voting for the 2013 Best Construction Blog Competition opened today and runs through April 1, 2013. I hope you’ll consider voting for me when you submit your vote.
And if you haven’t yet signed up for my email updates, fill out the form below (it’s easy).