Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Best Places to Start a Deck and Pergola Business With

Hot Spots for Builders of Decks and Pergolas in the United States

People are making money in this recovering economy--Those are your potential clients.

Our typical jobs range between $5,000 and $100,000. It is not uncommon to have jobs worth upwards of $70,000, so adding a couple of jobs a year through our program even in areas without high populations still makes sense. You could potentially pay for involvement from a fraction of the profit from 2 jobs.

Ford is pumping millions into a plant in the St. Louis Missouri area which means new jobs. New technology in the automotive industry should breathe life into many manufacturing States. We are hearing news stories daily about

All the banks and investment companies have been making money, so if you are in an area that has that as part of its Economy, things should be brisk, like in Connecticut, New Jersey or Long Island.

We had 3000 unique visits from St. Louis last year and nobody on our list to help people build.

New York State, Southern New Jersey, Texas, Washington and California our heaviest States for traffic presently.  When you click on Locations and go through to the State it will tell you how many visitors from that State came to our site last year.

How it works… As we gain builders in areas, traffic picks up, so it is a good idea to try us out with a directory listing to gauge how many leads come about by being on our list. As you do projects worthy of feature pages and share photography of them, those will increase our rank in those areas--which means more traffic for you.

Here are the top 10 cities in the US for traffic where we don't already have a builder
(NYC and Los Angeles are #1 and #2--however we have builders there).

•    Houston
•    Seattle
•    Atlanta
•    Portland
•    Dallas
•    San Francisco
•    Chicago
•    Denver
•    Washington
•    Minneapolis

For more information about Becoming a Builder from $29/month click here or call 888 293-8938.

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