A Brief Guide to Social Media for Drain Cleaners and Plumbers

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A Brief Guide to Social Media for Drain Cleaners and Plumbers

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The days of homeowners opening the phonebook and flipping through the yellow pages to find a plumber or drain cleaner are long gone. The COVID-19 era proved that the drain professionals of today need to be active on social media to keep their businesses thriving as much of the world moved permanently online. While a drain cleaner certainly can’t work from home, meeting potential customers where they are is more important than ever.

Social media is a powerful form of word-of-mouth, and there is ample opportunity for today’s plumbers and drain cleaners to use social media marketing — without taking too much time or breaking the bank.

Learn five things to consider with your social media plan on MyTana’s blog.


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