Attention all cleaners- Go beyond Google Places

Big Billy Yeadon thought he was actually catching up on his social media skills as a member of Facebook, LinkedIn, and even Twitter. However, for cutting edge orientation he defers to social media marketing guru John Jantsch. Here are 5 ideas that cleaners can easily apply…

How “Duct Tape Marketing” can help a small carpet cleaner …

Most readers of this web site are great carpet cleaners and even better people! (After all, every single site contributor on here comes from the cleaning industry!) But as a group, carpet cleaners’ marketing skills stink! Big Billy Yeadon offers some “Duct Tape” to patch up your marketing techniques …

Social Media for over 35 (and counting) carpet cleaners!

Does even the word “Social Media” intimidate you? Is everything just too confusing? Do you still manage to play your 8-track tapes in your cleaning service truck? Is that what’s bothering you Binky? Well, help is on the way from our “friends” at Microsoft …

“Toto, I don’t think we’re cleaning carpet in Kansas anymore!”

What do Rock & Roll, Toto, and Facebook have to do with your cleaning business? Value conscious customers!! Big Billy Yeadon advises carpet cleaners to keep an eye on their company image in this new economic climate. So how and what are you contributing to your community?

FREE advice from people who aren’t carpet cleaners?

What can carpet cleaners learn from the “King of the Internet Bloggers”?  Seth Godin, who I believe to be the ultimate guru of the web, has just coralled more than 70 great authors to write an article for his new E-book What Matters Now. 2009 is done and we need to focus on how to go out and kick butt in 2010. That is what this book is all about and the best part is it is free to download and share with others.

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The question every customer is afraid to ask!

Way back in the 50’s Bo Diddley sang a song titled “Who Do You Love?” If Bo were around today he would change the lyrics to “Who Do You Trust?”