Category Archives: Plastic Fabrication

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Proven Ways to Increase Customer Retention for Your Plastic Fabrication Business

Customer retention should be in focus for any company, but especially for B2B companies like your plastic fabrication company. One reason for this is that you are operating on a small market, compared to B2C companies. The other is that customer acquisition is more expensive for you than for companies selling consumer goods and services. […]...
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Ways to Deal with Negative Social Media Comments

Social media networks are forums where people interact, both on a personal level and professionally/for business. The exchanges are supposed to be civil, polite, friendly and helpful. In reality, there are all sorts of people who can and will get on your company pages to leave negative social media comments. And you should have a […]...
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B2B AdWords Strategies that Will Generate More Leads for Less

Google AdWords strategies — Google AdWords ads can be expensive in a highly competitive market as that of plastic fabrication businesses. And, in general, B2B ads involve more efforts and more costs because the target market is significantly smaller than that for B2C companies. For a medium-sized plastic fabrication company, it may seem impossible to […]...
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How to Get Quality Backlinks for Your Site

Quality backlinks represent for your website what customer testimonials represent for your business reputation. They are proof that your website can be trusted, that it provides useful information and is operated by a reputable business. Before we show you how to create quality backlinks for your website, let us explain first what they are. A […]...
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Reasons Why Plastic Fabricators Need Facebook™

Facebook™ is a great social media network for various businesses that want to find new clients. But is it the right choice for a plastic fabrication company? After all, you do not sell consumer goods. You fabricate them, true, but for other companies that will eventually sell them on the retail market. However, no matter […]...