Mike Coday Marketing

Mansfield, TX

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About this pro

How does your business stand out?

If you hire me, you'll work directly with the owner on your marketing projects.

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

I like helping small to medium-sized businesses increase their business.


Mansfield, TX 76063

Years in business


Number of employees



10 Reviews
  • Greg N. Aug 30, 2017
    Mike, I apologize for taking so long to review you. I love your stuff! Your 101 Sales Tips in 101 Days is awesome. Love it. Also love your YouTube Roofing Salesman videos. I was in the Roofing MasterMind group for awhile on FaceBook when it first started, but life kind of got in the way for awhile. Getting back in the saddle now, and was re-reading some of the Sales Tips you sent me and realized I'd never given you a review. Once again I apologize. I think the value of your wisdom is immeasurable and I thank you for the opportunity to have learned from you. Kudos, friend.
  • Brad H. Jul 31, 2016
    Mike C. Aug 1, 2016

    Thank you, Brad!

  • Mike H. May 26, 2016
    Your tip, "DO SOMETHING ELSE Salespeople get stuck." Is so incredibly true thank you for sharing! Can't wait for the next! Love your videos as well. Wish you had some door knocking scripts and handling objections but only Bc I need help in that area lol thanks for being inspirational!:)
    Mike C. Aug 1, 2016

    Mike, I really appreciate your kind words. Stick around because you never know when I'll drop a few of those gold nuggets. Also, subscribe to my free sales tips newsletter on the website. It's called, "101 Sales Tips."

  • Joe G. May 15, 2016
    Cody, just want say, your advise has help motivate me. This is anew area for me, because I have been in the flooring sales for over 30years. Learning the roofing sales is new. A different animal. I am looking forward reading more of your sales tips in referance to door knocking. Thank you sir.
    Mike C. Aug 1, 2016

    I'm glad you're out there, Joe. Thank you for taking the time to leave a 5-Star review. It means a lot to me. All the best, Mike

  • Quinn H. May 6, 2016
    Mike C. Aug 1, 2016

    Thank you, Quinn! Always appreciate those perfect reviews. :-)

  • Justin R. May 6, 2016
    The info from the tips of the day emails are always motivating and informative. It's hard out there hitting the streets to try to provide for your loved ones and excellent tips such as these are always helpful. Look forward to many more in the future. Thanks
    Mike C. Aug 1, 2016

    Justin, thank you for taking time out of your day to leave a solid review. I know it's hard out there on the streets, but you're working hard...and that's always a good thing. - Mike

  • Niko A. May 4, 2016
    Our company is new to the roofing industry. We have a lot to learn. Subscribing to MikeCodayMarketing was one of the best decisions we could make. The newsletters are sharp, easy to read, and very applicable to what we're doing. Not only does it relate to sales/marketing, it relates to the best business practices you can find. I actually left Mike a message on his VM just to see if I could ask him some questions we're having. I received a call the next day. We had an awesome conversation and all my questions were answered. We look forward to purchasing Mike's products to further our success in our business here in Denver, CO. - Integrity Building Solutions
    Mike C. Aug 1, 2016

    Thank you, Niko!

  • Glenn A J. Apr 27, 2016
    Just read today's 101 Tip you are right on point, We talk about this often don't overlook the little man or the one who could influence future customers
    Mike C. Aug 1, 2016

    Man, thank you so much for saying so. Obviously, we know how important it is to take care of every single person in our sales journey. I appreciate you, Glenn.

  • Wesley M. Apr 25, 2016
    I am the typical new guy to roofing sales. My friend and neighbor got me hired on during the busy time of year and gave me about 6 hours of informal training before putting me out in the field to work. Me being former military we like to call this trial by fire. My first week was terrible. I didn't know the pitch hell I didn't know anything about roofing (still clueless lol). I've been reading the free articles in the coffee shop basically as my training manual before I hit the neighborhoods in the evening. I am in my fourth week and I have 6 roofs fully approved for build. They are happy I am not. Being a Non Commishioned officer (supervisor/team leader) in the Army taught me alot about professionlism. Being a subject matter expert is part of being professionial. Long story short, I cannot wait to be able to afford to purchase your training module and become a true roof salesman instead of some dude flying of a limb selling roofs! Thanks for sharing knowledge!
    Mike C. Aug 1, 2016

    Wesley, you're doing great. I would love to hear an update sometime when you have a minute. Hit me up by private message on the Roofing Salesman Facebook page. Wishing you all the best, Mike

  • Matt H. Apr 15, 2016
    Mike C. Aug 1, 2016

    5 Stars! I appreciate it, Matt. - Mike


What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
If you want to use paid advertising models (e.g. AdWords, Facebook Advertising, Bing Ads, etc.), you will pay the actual click costs plus a monthly management fee based on your overall budget. If you are buying the local search marketing or search engine optimization service, you will not have any click charges, but you will have a monthly management fee based on the size of your project.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Online marketing is constantly changing. You cannot stay away for very long before something important is switched up. That is difficult for small businesses. It is hard to keep up with all the changes. I keep up with the changes to give my customers an advantage over their competitors who are still trying to do it themselves.
How did you get started doing this type of work?
My first jump into online marketing was an attempt to help my church attract new visitors. The world wide web was too young and there weren't enough people online in the town where the church was located. The audience was very small. At the same, I was able to help a handful of my friends using the web to advertise their services to a nationwide audience. Now that almost everybody is online, generating business from a local market is much easier than it was almost two decades ago.
What types of customers have you worked with?
Local search marketing including pay per click marketing, search engine optimization, and social media profile management.
Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?
One of my private clients owns a small company that installs window screens for homeowners in a 20 mile radius around their home. They have been able to build a nice, new workshop in their back yard and increase their revenue for the last two years.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
There are big providers who will give you a cheap, promotional price, but you'll have a hard time reaching your account manager because they're always busy managing somebody else's account. You almost always get what you pay for in online marketing.
What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?
Anybody can spend your money on marketing and advertising. There are several who will waste your money, a few who will make you money, but the best will help you maximize your return on investment.