“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…
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Instead of meekly giving up when your prospect says, “Let me check with my husband/ wife/ boss” etc. you reply…
Listen carefully to your voice mail message through your prospective customer’s ears.
So (hopefully) your phone is ringing of the hook, your days are crammed full and you are making BIG money. GREAT! And yet…
Use these techniques to share your cell phone number, make people feel special and get them to call you.
Getting your foot in the door can be tough. Making the sale can be even tougher. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a step by step guide on how to inspect your customer’s home and sell your services efficiently on a regular basis. We present the latest SFS Special Report: Carpet Cleaning Inspections That […]
This information has been tested and refined over the last thirty years. First by me and now for the last ten-plus years by our over 2,000 SFS members.
So are you feeling the weight of the world on your shoulders? Share the load with your people (and help them stay honest too!) with this Special Report: “Adding Employee Accountability in Your Company”!
The dreaded question of “how much?” meets it’s match in this Special Report.
If you want a Critical Mass Business (one that can run well without you) it can’t be “all about you”.
Does a residential cleaning preinspection save money or waste money? Consider these advantages for pre-inspecting new clients.
Obviously no 12 point Report is going to cover everything you need for success in restoration, but our guess is you will find downloading “12 Secrets for a Smoother Running Restoration Business” well worth your time.
Negative online reviews are a tempting way to vent. Your problem? A negative review can stick around “forever”!
Be smart. Choose your words wisely when speaking with Customers. Steve gives three examples to put into practice today.
Knowing when to walk away is critical for all service industry professionals. For restorers dealing with insureds even more so.