How Do Facebook Ads Help Roofers?

How Do Facebook Ads Help Roofers?

Most roofing companies rely on Facebook ads, but sadly, they fail to implement an effective strategy and blame the online platform for zero outcomes. However, roofing contractors should know better – Facebook has huge potential to help grow their business. 

Here’s a quick guide on how Facebook ads work for roofers.


1. Offers Extensive Analytics 

This is a benefit you won’t find elsewhere. Facebook ads can give you detailed reports and analytics of the performance of your ads. This can help you analyze your strategies and decide your next step. It offers you metrics for your ad engagement, weekly reach, and overall performance!


2. Target Your Specific Audience

You can do this based on the age group, demographics, locations, or languages of your target audience. For instance, if you run a roofing company in Texas and want to micro-target people living in this particular state, you can easily market your ads to your exact audience. 


3. Design Ads According to Your Objective

You can create roofing ads just as you want. Facebook guides you through the steps to help you pick the kind of ad you want to create, the audience you want to target, and set your estimated budget. 

Since the ads are customizable, you can write the objective you want. This gives you control over the kinds of ads you want to create for your audiences. 

When you strategize your Facebook ads for roofers properly, you will reach a wider audience and find business success eventually. 

COVID-19 Industry Update

COVID-19 Industry Update

How has COVID-19 pandemic changed the roofing market? How has your roofing business been affected? Where can you go from here? 

And what are those grants that Facebook and Google have been throwing around? 

We have all the info you’ll need right here!

First things first. Let’s see what those ad grants are all about. 

So, as the global health and financial crisis have hit most of the globe, Facebook concluded that giving out a little financial support could go a long way in helping small businesses get back on their feet. 

To be more precise, we’re talking about $100M in cash grants and ad credits to help during this challenging time.

The eligibility criteria are already out and they are not very restrictive so most of you could probably get your piece of the pie.

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, they are also letting you announce temporary service changes on your Facebook Page and in searches on Facebook, so that your clients can clearly see how and when you will be working during the outbreak.   

Now, when it comes to your ad campaigns, there have been a few changes that may affect them, too. 

Facebook itself had to introduce some changes into their day-to-day work due to the outbreak, i.e. start working remotely, out of office.

This inevitably comes with some small hiccups, such as delays and errors in ad reviews.

And to avoid this, you should simply submit the ads for approval long before you actually need them, to have them ready on time.

Facebook is also fighting exploitation of certain products by banning face mask ads, hand sanitizer, test kits and similar ads, as well as the spread of misinformation by introducing the option to quickly research claims seen in Messenger online.

And when it comes to seeing your Messenger, you can now enjoy its new simplified design that Facebook introduced along with a new feature for Facebook story creation – the “Mood” creation mode.

This could come in handy for sharing customer reviews for example or some other exciting news.

And one last change that can help you grab your users’ attention is the option to convert regular 2D Images into 3D!

They will even appear to be of higher quality and will undoubtedly increase your engagement.

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Google is also doing its part in helping SMBs get through this pandemic more easily.

They are handing out as much as $340 million in credits for Google Ads, which can be used throughout 2020 across any of Google’s advertising platforms.

The credits will appear automatically on your dashboard, so you don’t have to go through any application process, but the catch is, however, that you have to be an existing advertiser.

In other words, if you haven’t run any Google Ads before, you will not be offered these credits.

One of the reasons why Google is helping out in ad credits is that many businesses affected by the COVID-19 have decided to pause their campaigns and take a step back.

Everyone is treading lightly and being extra cautious with how they spend their money.

This, however, has resulted in much lower ad spend, which has, in turn, led to ad prices plummeting to an all-time low

This is expected to last until the second half of the year, because analysts believe that many are simply shifting their budgets to the second half of the year, which will drive up competition and prices.

You may want to use this opportunity then, while the prices are very low and there is very little competition to advertise harder than before and get out of this crisis on top.

After all, you won’t be charged for ads that people don’t click on.

For more information, check full articles:

Despite the crisis, Google is advising businesses to only limit and NOT disable their sites during temporary closures, and we couldn’t agree more.

Shutting down your site may have serious long-term consequences for your visibility and undermine all the work that you’ve done.

Now is the time to focus on getting your brand stronger than ever, to work on your site, to stay in touch with your clients, so that it will be easier to resume business once the pandemic subsides.

However, if you decide to temporarily close one of your GMB listings, the good news is that your rankings will not be affected.

Google has introduced the option to mark the listing as temporarily closed if your physical location is shut down, but online it will be treated as an open business.

Apart from that, you can also add additional COVID-19 related updates to your GMB, such as new operating hours, safety precautions that your business is taking, changes to regular service, etc.

Some GMB features, on the other hand, have been temporarily removed or limited, so that Google can prioritize critical health-related services.

Therefore, new reviews, review replies, and Q&As will not be published for now, and any business information edits will be published with delays.

It doesn’t come as a surprise that there have been a lot of changes in Google searches as well.

Trends are changing in an unprecedented manner, as we have found ourselves in some pretty unprecedented circumstances. 

That’s why it’s now more crucial than ever to use Google Trends and see how your industry has changed, what people are googling with regard to roofing, so that you can adapt to the changes. 

But, as always, we’ve got you covered in this area as well and we’re already on top of all the trends and changes that are taking place.

For more information, check full articles:

Now that you’re all caught up, let’s keep up the good work and continue to dominate together!

If we can help you with something or you have any additional questions, feel free to contact us anytime!

Matt Jacob

Matt Jacob

Matt Jacob has been in the marketing business since 2008, working exclusively with roofers for more than 5 years now. He has come to know all the tricks of trade inside-out and he is committed to helping roofers by sharing some of the most important ones. Find out where your best opportunities lie, as well as which challenges lurk out there for roofers – all in his detailed blogs.

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Coronavirus and Roofing: Where Do You Go from Here?

Coronavirus and Roofing: Where Do You Go from Here?

The global coronavirus pandemic that has hit nearly every part of the world has also potentially triggered a growing financial and economic crisis.

Many are closing down their businesses, whether temporarily or permanently. Others are slowing down, shutting down parts of their businesses, cutting down on their marketing campaigns or completely shutting them down.

This doesn’t come as a surprise as the mandatory isolations, quarantines, curfews, etc. are becoming stronger and more rigorous by the day. Fear and uncertainty are rising exponentially. 

So how do you face this new situation? How is it affecting the roofing and construction industry specifically?

We have to start from the fact that in digital marketing and marketing in general, adapting to the current status and the circumstances of the industry and the world is a prerequisite for any kind of success. And now, adapting is more important than ever.

Now, it is not only about success but also about surviving.

So how should you, as a roofer, approach this global COVID-19 pandemic and adapt to it? 

Is it time to slow down and wait it out or is this the time to strike and hit harder than before?

What will be the repercussions either way?

There is a lot to be said about it so we’ve tried to sum it up for you and give you a straight answer, along with some helpful advice.

Pandemic or No Pandemic, Hail Is Still Here

The fact is that even though most of the country is on lockdown, certain emergency services, i.e. businesses that were deemed “essential businesses,” still have to be open for business

Severe roof damage due to hail is one such emergency and efforts are being made to cite roofing as an “essential business” as well. 

In the meantime, some roofers had to completely stop working but others, whose states are still not in complete lockdown, are still alive and breathing even in this time of crisis. At least for the time being.

Why? Because the weather is still something that is completely out of our control

Hail doesn’t ask if COVID-19 is wreaking havoc on the entire world.

Rainstorms and hurricanes don’t stop just because there is a worldwide pandemic. They will come inevitably and wreck people’s homes, cause damage, as well as additional financial and emotional stress.

And these are exactly the reasons why the NRCA has sent a letter to President Trump, urging him and the Government to recognize roofing as an “essential business.” People’s safety is at stake here, after all. 

So, at the moment, nearly everything is on lockdown throughout the U.S. or will be very soon. The majority of businesses are being shut down but the construction industry still cannot be fully closed

The safety of people’s homes is in question and in danger as the hail season begins to show its face in many areas of the country. 

Some people will want to get ahead of hail damage and get a new roof while they can. Others will inevitably need new roofs or at least roof repairs once hail has done a number on their homes.

Either way, this is your time to step up and do your part. 

If you offer emergency hail damage services, this is the time to strike and to help those in need. 

But how will you do it if you can’t go door-knocking? How will you get roofing leads and appointments? What’s the alternative?

Facebook ads!

Facebook Advertising Has Never Been Cheaper 

Ad space has literally never been cheaper and the costs are plummeting, just like the stock market. 

The thing is that platforms such as Facebook usually mirror the state of the market, i.e. the state of supply and demand. 

As the demand for ad space is decreasing, many businesses, including roofing contractors, are shutting down their ads and campaigns, or at least reducing them in number, so the prices are dropping as well. 

And they are dropping big time! 

What this means for you is that this is the time to strike! Get your ads and campaigns running stronger than ever and use this opportunity to grow your business even stronger than ever. 

Since everyone is advised to maintain social distancing and stay at home with minimal physical contact with other people, one of the best offers you can promote at the moment is zero-contact roofing estimates. 

This would include complete communication being done via phone or email, doing the actual estimate without going inside the client’s house or meeting them in person, taking every safety precaution by wearing gloves and masks, and finally, emailing the client a copy of the estimate.

This way, your clients will have great peace of mind and everyone will be adequately protected. 

But it doesn’t even matter if you cannot do actual roofing work, you can still use this opportunity to get ahead of your competition and to build a strong connection with your clients.

Everyone is waiting for this crisis to blow over and then they will want to expand quickly.

But the problem is that door-to-door will definitely not work for a while, who knows for how long, but you can probably forget about it for this roofing season.

This means that now is the perfect time to work on your brand – and at very low cost – so that when this is all over, you come out ready and strong. 

After the crisis is over, everyone will start hustling and doing it because they won’t have a choice, but you will already have the upper hand.

What to Promote on Facebook if You’re Not Working?

If your state is on complete lockdown and you cannot work for the time being, there are plenty of other possibilities for promotion and advertising.

While there may be no point in promoting your services such as roof replacement or roof repair if you are in lockdown at the moment, you can focus on everything else that you can do remotely. And that primarily includes online content.

This is the time to start creating and pushing even more content since everyone will mostly be home surfing the internet.

This way, you will be able to maintain a connection with your clients and your online public even if you are not doing business with them

Start writing blogs, articles, activate your Facebook page even more and start writing updates, important info, helpful tips, and similar. 

Make sure that your content is informative, relevant – you can touch upon the current situation, give users some guide or tips on what they can do on their own from the inside of their home, etc. 

For example, you can write blog posts with essential roofing tips for homeowners, such as how to maintain their roof during lockdown, what are the potential dangers they can be faced with in terms of the security of their roofs, what they can do if they encounter damages, how they can DIY minor roof issues, etc. 

This type of content will go a long way both for you and the strength of your business and it will also help your clients stay informed and entertained.

Promote all of this content via Facebook ads and try to reach as many people as you can.

This way you can maintain contact and strengthen the relationship with your current clients and at the same time attract potential customers to turn to you with any roofing questions they might have.

Another thing you can do in this time of crisis and lockdown is to offer some type of free consultations, whether online or via phone

You can encourage people to get in touch with you if they have any questions regarding their roofs, roof maintenance or damages.

They can get informed about the services you offer so that they can replace a roof as soon as this pandemic and the lockdown are over. 

This is your way to maintain contact with your current and future clients and prospects until everything goes back to normal. 

And maintaining that contact, especially with your current and previous clients will be crucial after the crisis is over. Why is that?

Because new markets will either not exist at all or they will be very hard to reach. Your best bet at staying strong and in business are the people you’ve worked with before, the people that you stayed in contact with throughout the crisis.

Because once this is all over, they will turn to YOU for a free inspection or at least a roof maintenance. 

This is especially true for commercial businesses, for example, as they cannot endanger their clients/buyers by delaying roof maintenance and repairs.

BONUS: Facebook Is Giving Out Millions of Dollars in Ad Incentives

An additional bonus here is that Facebook is even offering incentives to small businesses that have been hit the most economically during this COVID-19 pandemic.   

It is handing out as much as 100 million dollars in cash grants and ad credits! Take advantage of that and make sure to jump in on the bandwagon.

At times like these, you just have to use every opportunity that comes your way and this one is an amazing one.

Apply for the grant and use this support, as well as the Facebook ad space that is becoming less crowded by the day, to promote your roofing business, stay in touch with your clients, strengthen your brand image, and prepare for the future.

These types of opportunities don’t come very often and it would be a shame to miss out on it. 

This is your opportunity to not only survive this global crisis but also to grow even stronger and get ahead of your competition.

So that when the crisis and the lockdown are over, you don’t have to start building your roofing business from scratch.

Door-Knocking Time Is Gone… Indefinitely

Business as we know it has changed. In-person marketing activities and door-to-door sales are slowly being banned across the U.S. 

Door-to-door is even most likely gone forever. Well, at least indefinitely. People fear physical contact at the moment and steer clear from it – and for good reason. It is even strongly recommended and mandated.

But what will happen once the health crisis is over? When the authorities say it is safe to walk the streets again with no fear of contagion. When they say that physical contact with other people is no longer dangerous?

Some will welcome it but many will not be quite so ready and welcoming. People’s mindset will inevitably change – it is changing as we speak – and they will not be so quick to open doors for strangers anymore.

What this means for your business, therefore, is a change of direction. You need to focus on online sales and promotion of your business now more than ever!

Consumers have already shifted to online shopping and everything they can, they will do online. And this mindset will most likely continue well after the global pandemic is over.

Imagine, for example, that on top of everything, we go into a big recession and financial crisis like in 2008.

The demand will significantly decrease but the supply will be the same. The number of roofers fighting for those few clients that need a new roof will be the same!

This means your competition will be stiffer than ever and you’ll have to fight tooth and nail for every client. And with door-knocking gone, what do you have left? You brand and online advertising – if you worked on the during the crisis. 

Therefore, the need to adapt to the new business circumstances and the state of the market is more important than ever.

The internet and the online sphere are now more important than ever and your main way of staying in business.

Recalibrate for the Future

So, what does the future hold for your business? No one can know for sure. There are too many variables at the moment and no one can know exactly how long this crisis is going to last. 

The best thing you can do is focus on what you CAN do. For the moment, that includes emergency hail services if your state is not on complete lockdown and focusing on the things you can do online to nurture the relationship with your clients

Adjust to the current situation and provide valuable content, interesting things to read, helpful information, etc. Give free consultations, encourage people to contact you about roofing questions, and wait out this crisis as best as you can.

You can even start preparing your business for the future, for the post-corona period. 

There is a growing need to digitize as many aspects of work as possible, to work remotely, and minimize physical contact, which will most likely even grow throughout this crisis.

Therefore, you can start now by implementing different online tools that can help you and your team stay updated on everything related to the coronavirus, as well as hold online meetings.

In addition to that, you can try out a system for complete digital project management, such as the one that GAF has released

With these features, you will not only increase productivity in the post-corona period, but they can also help you expand your offer.

People will lean more towards everything that is online and done remotely after this long period of isolation and social distancing.

Therefore, focus your attention on online communication, use these and similar apps and features to develop an online sales process.

The mindset of the people will inevitably change and many will try to stay away from physical contact for the foreseeable future. 

Door-knocking and close encounters with your clients will probably be on hold for some time. 

So, adjust your business to the new situation and use this time to strategize and come up with some new solutions, new ideas, so that when you’re back in business, you are strong and ready to face any type of new circumstances.

We may not know for sure what the future holds at the moment, but what we do know is that those who fight – survive!

And these tools that we’ve given you are your BEST CHANCE for survival. All you need to do now is get in touch with us and let us show you how to use them.

Crisis is already taking hold so waste no time, click on the button below and schedule your FREE STRATEGY SESSION now!

Let’s fight this fight together and come out as winners!

Matt Jacob

Matt Jacob

Matt Jacob has been in the marketing business since 2008, working exclusively with roofers for more than 5 years now. He has come to know all the tricks of trade inside-out and he is committed to helping roofers by sharing some of the most important ones. Find out where your best opportunities lie, as well as which challenges lurk out there for roofers – all in his detailed blogs.

February 2020 Industry Update

February 2020 Industry Update

It seems like Google never takes a break from changes and updates! Last month, Google celebrated two anniversaries and released some big updates and great new features to mark the occasions!

There were also some penalties thrown around just to even things out, but at least your Google Ads were safe from any changes and updates this past month. 

So, what exactly has been going on, will your rankings be OK, and who exactly may have been penalized? Read on to find out!

Google is cracking down on link building campaigns, particularly guest posting.

So, if you’ve received a penalty, it probably means that you’re working with a shady roofing marketing agency that’s either using outdated and bad tactics, or that’s not actively keeping up with industry changes.

Guest posting is still a good link building tactic, but it has to be done by an agency that knows what it’s doing.

When it comes to links to your websites, there have also been some important updates. If you remember, a few months ago, Google announced that it will change the way it evaluates links, which we mentioned here.

Now, it’s released the second part of the update, which rolled out on March 1, 2020. It will affect all webs with backlinks.

It’s still not known to what extent, but it is important to keep track and react accordingly to any changes in rankings

And now for some great news! You’ll love your iPhone’s Siri even more now! 

Google has now made it possible to conduct searches via your assistant Siri. With a simple voice command, Siri will now google any information you need.

And this is great news for all roofers that have Local Services Ads. Why? Because if the users are looking for a local roofer, Siri will get all the information from your Local Services Ads and get you right in front of your customers. 

Google Maps are also very important for local searches, if not the most important when it comes to your roofing business. And just recently, they celebrated their 15th birthday!  

To mark this big anniversary, Google refreshed the app with a new icon and some cool new features, such as Contribute. This feature allows users to share local knowledge about roads, addresses, missing places, business reviews, and photos.

While this may be great, there’s another side to it, too. Users can now report fake listings and increase Google’s crackdown on fake Google Maps even more than before. Just this past month, a ton of listings was already suspended.  

The second big anniversary at Google last month was 9 years since the Panda algorithm rolled out – one of the biggest and most important changes for web rankings and SEO.

To mark this occasion, there was yet another Google Maps-related update. 

Maps are becoming one of Google’s most profitable services, which is probably why they’ve been in the center of things lately. There are even rumors that it will become a paid service.

All in all, it’s becoming increasingly hard to rank there or open a listing, and with this new update, there were additional fluctuations in the rankings of local business listings on Google Maps.

For more information, check full articles:

Even though most of the focus has been on Google and SEO this past month, there were also a few changes with Facebook Ads that need to be addressed as they may affect your roofing ad campaigns.

Facebook rolled out a new tool called “Clear History”, which does exactly what it says – allows users to clear the search history data that Facebook has stored.

If users choose to delete this data, it may affect your retargeting campaigns. The ads won’t be able to target those users based on their search history anymore.

At this moment, it’s hard to predict to what extent this will affect your campaigns because it will primarily depend on the users’ decision to clear their search history or not.

 For more information, check the full article: 

Now that you’re all caught up, let’s keep up the good work and continue to dominate together!

Need Help?

If we can help you scale up your business or you have any questions about what you’ve just read, feel free to contact us anytime!

Matt Jacob

Matt Jacob

Matt Jacob has been in the marketing business since 2008, working exclusively with roofers for more than 5 years now. He has come to know all the tricks of trade inside-out and he is committed to helping roofers by sharing some of the most important ones. Find out where your best opportunities lie, as well as which challenges lurk out there for roofers – all in his detailed blogs.

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January 2020 Industry Update

January 2020 Industry Update

Just when you think everything is going smoothly and the new business year has started off without a hitch, Google comes in and decides to throw a major update at us!

And not only that, but it introduces a bunch of new features and changes, just to keep us occupied and on our toes.

But, as always, our team is on top of everything that’s going on, making the best of every update, and making sure YOU come out even stronger. Here’s what’s been going on. 

So, this core update that Google rolled out is pretty big – impacting all search results on a worldwide scale.

It affected roofers’ rankings both ways – some experienced drops, and some significant increases

This is exactly why it’s crucial to know the marketing game, to update and even predict what works and what doesn’t when it comes to SEO.

 Our roofers are living proof because not only did they come out without a scratch thanks to our SEO strategies, but their rankings skyrocketed! 😎 

 Check the photos below to see how strong the update was and the amazing results that our roofers experienced.

Google is now also bringing back Site Removal option to their Search Console, which is great news because now you’ll be able to remove any of your unwanted sites from the search results.

This will ultimately help you rank better.

Some helpful new features were also added to the Console. For example, you can request the removal of outdated content and track the status of the request.

And through SafeSearch Filtering, you can see which pages on your site have been reported as adult content and filtered out of safe search.

That’s it for the good news part, now let’s see some changes that didn’t really sit right with most of us. 

So, Google decided to update the look of paid and organic search results, adding favicons to the desktop version, basically causing a worldwide outrage.

It looked bad and too cluttered, everyone started complaining, so Google is now removing it and testing the old-new look.

A very important issue has come up here as well – and that’s how Google has been trying for a long time to make the paid ads less visible, pushing them front and center in order to make more money.

This is pretty obvious in the favicon example because with favicons,  paid results are basically indistinguishable from organic results.

This past month Google just kept hitting us with changes and updates, so to wrap things up, one final but equally significant changeweb pages with featured snippets will no longer appear twice on page 1.

This basically means that if you win the featured snippet position, you hold the #1 position. 

So don’t be surprised if you can’t find your site in the search results – go back and check if you’re holding the featured snippet position.

And if that’s not the case, well, we’re very sorry…

For more information, check full articles: 

From Google Ads, we bring only good news!

For the first time ever, bid simulator support will be available for smart bidding campaigns, too, and not just for manual bidding.

Now, you’ll be able to better understand and predict the performance and conversions of your campaign by comparing the targets and the key metrics.

The simulator can, for example, analyze data from the past 7 days and show you what would have happened with a higher target, for example.

With this data and predictions, you can then make adjustments and make your future campaigns even more cost-effective. 

For more information, check full articles: 

Facebook has, on the other hand, introduced some changes that will benefit the audience and the users more, as opposed to the advertisers (boo hoo).

Following this change, users will now be able to hide the ads that target them via Custom Audience, which, in turn, could potentially hurt your campaign performance.

For more information, check full articles: 

Now that you’re all caught up, let’s keep up the good work and continue to dominate together!

Need Help?

If we can help you scale up your business or you have any questions about what you’ve just read, feel free to contact us anytime!

Matt Jacob

Matt Jacob

Matt Jacob has been in the marketing business since 2008, working exclusively with roofers for more than 5 years now. He has come to know all the tricks of trade inside-out and he is committed to helping roofers by sharing some of the most important ones. Find out where your best opportunities lie, as well as which challenges lurk out there for roofers – all in his detailed blogs.

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December 2019 Industry Update

December 2019 Industry Update

The holiday madness is behind us and hopefully, you’ve had enough time to get some rest, relax, spend quality time with your family, and reboot.

Now it’s time to get busy again, so let’s take a look at what’s been going on in the industry lately.

Luckily, December was pretty calm, no big tremors to worry about. Google and Facebook were nice enough to let us enjoy the holidays in peace. 

They mostly released some improvements, with no bigger updates – they left the juicy stuff for January (which you can read about in our next Industry Update).

For now, let’s ease back into business with some light changes, good news, and a few presents from Facebook. Read on!

The holiday spirit made a stop at Facebook as well and left us some presents! Three new tools to help us analyze your campaign results more accurately so that you can eventually reach even more users!

With Cross-Account Reporting, you’ll now have all your data, from all the ad accounts in one place – no more time wasted on building the reports manually. 

You can now also create Custom Metrics and track any additional data or the data that interests you the most – and apply them to all of your reports.

And final present – Conversion Path Reporting, where you can track and analyze what your users did before making a purchase – i.e. which channels and devices they used. This is crucial in discovering the best ways to convert your users.

Now, after showering us with good news, Facebook also announced one that might be more on the bad side – just to even things out. 🙄

    There is not much info yet, but Facebook is planning on limiting the number of ads that your page can run at the same time. We’ll keep an eye on this and see how it affects you once it’s fully rolled out.

    For more information, check full articles:

    Those of you who managed to squeeze in some work during the holidays and went to check your Search Console may have been unpleasantly surprised. Was that a drop in clicks that you saw in December?! 

    Don’t worry, we didn’t slack off, it was only a bug in the reporting!

    And what better way for Google to apologize for this mishap than to make some additional improvements. 

    So, in order to compensate for the inaccurate reporting data, Google updated its Search Console with the ability to report more accurately on indexed pages in the Index Coverage report.

    And that’s not all! You will now also be getting fresher data for both the Search Performance and Discover data reports. They’ll be less than a day old.

    For more information, check full articles: 

    There were some good news with Google Ads as well!

    We’ll now be able to spend less time trying to figure out why certain performance changes happened in your campaign because Google Ads will provide us with explanations

    This means less time spent on diagnostics and more time spent on optimizing your ads, getting you more clicks and clients.

    For more information, check full articles: 

    Now that you’re all caught up, let’s keep up the good work and continue to dominate together!

    If we can help you with something or you have any additional questions, feel free to contact us anytime!

    Need Help?

    If we can help you scale up your business or you have any questions about what you’ve just read, feel free to contact us anytime!

    Matt Jacob

    Matt Jacob

    Matt Jacob has been in the marketing business since 2008, working exclusively with roofers for more than 5 years now. He has come to know all the tricks of trade inside-out and he is committed to helping roofers by sharing some of the most important ones. Find out where your best opportunities lie, as well as which challenges lurk out there for roofers – all in his detailed blogs.

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