Utilizing the web to your personal and professional benefit is always a great idea for independent contractors and their team.  In the world we live in today, clients are researching and interacting with an HVAC, plumbing, or electrical independent contracting company on the web– and what these clients find shapes their perspective.  In this great video clip from Fast Company, Gina Trapani gives HVAC, plumbing, and electrical independent contractors great advice on building a web presence that works to shape a positive HVAC, plumbing, and electrical independent contracting company reputation and attract a larger audience of potential clients.

When independent contractors claim their name on the web they can set themselves apart from competition, grow their base of involved clients, have a means to network with other independent contractors as well as expand their web reach and their web presence.  Independent contractors that constantly stay on top of the growing advancements in web marketing, their web reach, and their web presence are those companies that find ultimate success on the web that transfers over into their independent contracting company and their service excellence.

Here at Service Excellence Training, we love seeing our independent contractors get excited and motivated about growing their  independent contracting company web reach and web presence to gain new clients.  The entire Service Excellence Training team is devoted to bringing you training courses, material, and blogs that will help you and your team grow your independent contracting company’s web presence and web reach.  Here at Service Excellence Training, we hope that you and your independent contracting company team enjoys this great advice and tips on growing your web presence and web reach as well as have a great start to the week!

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