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.
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You did a great job but you never heard from your customer again! Here’s 4 tricks to not let the customer forget about you.
Improve your worker’s sense of self worth and you will create long term employees who love their job.
False information abounds about newsletters and their value. Bill breaks down multiple misconceptions and gives solid reasons to use them in your company.
It is essential to keep your business contact info in front of your customers. Here is one simple, inexpensive “in-the-home reminder” that really works.
Let’s be honest here. Few people brag about being a carpet cleaning tech! So Steve says you must motivate your employees with “Public Recognition”. (And get some free marketing for your company at the same time!)
Bill Yeadon typed the word “secrets” into Amazon.com and received 168,876 hits. This made him wonder: “Are there really any ‘secrets’ in marketing?”
A 70 year old Texas carpet store is expanding into carpet cleaning. So how can they turn their thousands of long-term retail clients into carpet cleaning customers? Steve shares tips on how to win them now … or win them later.
All of us brag about our “imagined percentages” of repeat clients. Comments like this are common at every SFS seminar: “Yeah, over 90% of my clients are repeat business.” But honestly, have you ever put a magnifying glass on this claim? (Steve confesses he was guilty of this empty bragging too!) One very capable SFS […]
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Meg and John Burdick find that making emotionally detached decisions can be difficult when you have built relationships with your vendors. Find out what carpet cleaning marketing strategies they decided to keep after analyzing their performance over time.
The road to success in building any successful carpet cleaning business has its share of bombshells. Meg Burdick shares some surprising insights from her numbers on repeat customers. Read on for this thought provoking installment of “Meg’s Story” …