NRCA University will be offering three webinars in August. Tune in to learn from industry experts!
Following are details about the August webinars, which are sponsored by Lehi, Utah-based Podium.
Stand Out in the Crowd: How Online Reviews Can Boost Your Business (Noon-1 p.m CDT)
What can you do to make sure your business is taking control of its online reputation? During this one-hour webinar,
Matt Boyce, digital marketing director for Podium, and Jon Eyre, director of content, will address how to harness the
power of customer feedback and make the most from your online reviews. Key takeaways include why online reviews matter
to your business; how to use online reviews to climb up local search rankings; and tips and tricks proven to help
businesses collect hundreds of new reviews.
Lead Generation for Roofing Contractors: Myths That Cost You Money (11 a.m.-noon CDT)
During the past decade, online sources have become a primary starting point for finding the leads you need. But
figuring out online lead generation can be confusing, time-consuming, expensive and difficult to focus on when you're
driving to a job or working in the office. During this one-hour webinar, Todd Bairstow, co-founder and principal of
Keyword Connects, Waltham, Mass., helps you understand how online lead generation works (and how it doesn't) by
exploring six myths.
NRCA Update on OSHA Regulations Affecting Your Business (11 a.m.-noon CDT)
It is important to stay current regarding the latest updates to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
regulations to ensure your company's success. During this one-hour webinar, Harry Dietz, an NRCA director of enterprise
risk management, will discuss OSHA's new regulation addressing respirable silica in construction operations, including
specific exposures that may result from certain roofing operations; NRCA's objective data collection and how it may
assist regulatory compliance; and OSHA regulations with revised effective dates for compliance and how that may affect
The webinars are free for members and $55 for nonmembers. For more information or to register, click here.