Writing commercial cleaning program proposals is not an easy task. But with Steve’s suggestions you can be sure to include the right information.
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When the prospect doesn’t like the price they use a “smoke screen” objection. Hurdle these objections in commercial or restoration with these key phrases.
Let’s check out some of the resources that this site (and our SFS seminar) can offer you to keep the cash coming in!
Use personalized carpet spotter bottles to attract new customers at people’s place of business.
Steve’s take on wearing shorts during the summer. Three factors to consider.
Steve’s stack of regular commercial “Service Agreements” let him sleep much better. But he did want to SLEEP at night. Learn how Steve avoided doing late night commercial work with his “Creative Commercial Scheduling” technique!
Use Steve Toburen’s “Creative Commercial Scheduling” techniques to get out of the “Late Night Trap”!
A SFS graduate has been practicing his “cold call” techniques on his past accounts. Steve stresses the need to get the “Law of Large Numbers” on his side and to offer “zoned cleanings”.
The more time your prospect spends with you the more likely it is they will want a “return on their investment”!
Words make a difference. So sell commercial carpet cleaning smart by avoiding negative phrases like “contract”. What to use instead? Read on…
The Strategies for Success program has always been the industry’s “Gold Standard” for business building help. Now Steve says SFS is even better for 2013…
So are comment cards appropriate for commercial accounts? At times, yes. But Steve suggests a more “proactive approach”…
Steve reflects over the last 16 years AND introduces an all-new-from-the-ground-up SFS. Even better- he shares how to save $580.00 by acting NOW!
Attention all Connections attendees. Don’t miss Steve Toburen’s “Building Commercial Toll Booths” seminar next Wednesday morning in Las Vegas. Even better, it is FREE and Steve guarantees no sales pitch!
This Atlanta based restaurant owner is (rightly) concerned about his slippery kitchen floor. Can he solve this safety issue before a lawsuit takes him under?