Cultivate residential contract maintenance programs to maintain cash flow and capitalize on your marketing efforts. Keep those customers!
Worksheets, forms, focused how-to guides… They are all here. We give you real tools to get the job done right.
If you don’t remind your clients who you are, nobody else will. Stay in front of your clients with theses tips for future sales and referrals too.
You got to pay your employees! Steve offers 4 ways to boost your income stream and stay busy regardless of season or market area ups and downs.
Steve gives 4 solid reasons to leave some flexibility in your schedule and 2 simple ways to make it happen.
There is now perfect answer. Consider the challenges of staying small before it is too late.
“Small” decisions can determine your fate as a owner operator in the cleaning/restoration industry.
How are you doing 184 days after January 1st, 2018? Not so good? If so…
7 simple steps to provide a commercial proposal instead of just a one time cleaning price.
Commercial carpet cleaning contracts are awesome – yet few cleaners have them. Get more contracts by offering different price options. Here’s how.
“Reach out” to commercial property managers by discovering and then fixing their problem areas- for FREE! Steve shares four proactive “show and tell” secrets that will win you long term contracts…
Instead of meekly giving up when your prospect says, “Let me check with my husband/ wife/ boss” etc. you reply…
There is nothing more profitable in our cleaning and restoration industry than re-applying carpet protector. Agreed?
Every SFS student quickly learns I’m a huge advocate of offering every home owner ‘Additional Service Options’. (ASO’s) After all, what’s not to like? With ASO’s you’ll enjoy bigger job tickets, happier customers plus greater net profit AND all with no additional travel time! So what’s the best ASO for carpet cleaners? (And restoration firms […]
Your callers don’t want to wait for a return call. So in your phone message you must “sweeten the pot”! Here is how to do it…
Listen carefully to your voice mail message through your prospective customer’s ears.