Chicago, IL (PressExposure) November 09, 2009 -- Manufactured Home Industry professionals have launched a new effort to reverse declining sales trends. http://www.MHMarketingSalesManagement.com is a new Manufactured Home Industry Trade Journal, packed with proven business building concepts by and for factory-built housing industry professionals. The Ezine touts its slogan as Innovation â Information â Inspiration for Industry Professionals.
The staff and writers of http://www.MHMarketingSalesManagement.com â a free ezine - assert that the Manufactured Housing Industry is producing its best homes ever; with styles and quality that rival or even exceed that of conventional construction at just a fraction of the cost. While the economy is helping the industryâs sales in terms of the total percentage share of the housing market, these new realities of quality and appeal may not always be the public perception. http://www.MHMarketingSalesManagement.com proposes common sense ways to reverse image and other professional issues to increase both sales and further enhance market share.
The early reviews have been positive, according to the ezineâs Editor, L. A. 'Tony' Kovach. "We've had positive reviews and solid traffic from industry rank and file, association directors and staff, company owners and executives." Kovach stated.
Feature articles, a photo gallery and the most manufactured housing industry and trade association news, blogs, forums, jobs and classified sections are among the features of http://www.MHMarketingSalesManagement.com. The ezine hopes to fill the void caused by the closing of two key industry trade journals, Modern Homes last year, and Manufactured Home Merchandiser Magazine just 2 months ago. âBy sharing proven concepts on this free platform, by working together with individuals, companies and associations, weâre confident we can get the word out about the fabulous quality, appeal and value todayâs factory-built home offers the home buying public.â states editor L. A. 'Tony' Kovach. Thousands of industry professionals discovered the site following its debut.