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What is the Consumer Attitude towards Energy Efficiency Products & Services

Much has been written in recent times on consumer attitudes towards investing in energy efficiency retrofits, a recent GTM article http://w…

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Google+//Will it SAVE THE WORLD?

Hey. Just curious if anyone's using g+ yet and what you think of it. I guess businesses have not been invited into the inner sanctum yet. D…

Started by Jennifer Luitwieler

19 yesterday
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The impact of pictures on Facebook

I follow some of the top social media bloggers and picked up a great tip about using pictures on Facebook. I like how Facebook pulls in an…

Started by Diane Chojnowski

6 Jul 7
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What is the Consumer Attitude towards Energy Efficiency Products & Services

Much has been written in recent times on consumer attitudes towards investing in energy efficiency retrofits, a recent GTM article http://w…

Started by Bijou Lulla

5 Jul 3
Reply by bill lazar

Green Plug District - New Social Media Website Focused On Energy Efficency

Green Plug District - New Social Media Website focused on Energy Effiency inviting all memebers to join for free to start adding content, b…

Started by Michael D'Orazio

0 Apr 9, 2012

Generating leads through Facebook and Twitter

Earlier this year, we launched a service to help home energy pros get referrals from existing customers using social media.  I'd like to sh…

Started by Rajesh Nerlikar

1 Oct 10, 2011
Reply by Diane Chojnowski

Productive Uses of Twitter for Home Performance Pros

Breaking out the discussion specifically about twitter for home performance pro's, for ACI last year I did a survey of a cross section of f…

Started by Peter Troast

1 Mar 1, 2011
Reply by Rajesh Nerlikar

Resistance to Social Media

Managing social media for Affordable Comfort, I often wonder why some of our bigger sponsors and exhibitors are not on Twitter and Facebook…

Started by Jennifer Luitwieler

6 Feb 1, 2011
Reply by Stephanie Inglis

Ignore it at your own risk

Here's an article on the topic of social networking and contracting:http://contractormag.com/columns/best-practices/ignore-social-media-ris

Started by Eric Aune

1 Nov 30, 2010
Reply by James Sayers

Help! Need 2 contractors willing to share their marketing success stories on a webinar next week!

Hi everyone, I've been invited to give a webinar for the EGIA Leadership Academy on Dec 2nd. They'd like me to bring along two contractors…

Started by Stephanie Inglis

1 Nov 23, 2010
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