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Janitorial Business Ideas Can Be Slippery Fish

Ever think of the greatest, most creative idea to help your janitorial, cleaning business in the morning -only to forget it completely by afternoon? Well, we have – through painful janitorial business lessons, like the one Dan will share in this video.  Watch this fast paced video to learn how you can hold on to your best ideas – and not have to worry about losing them again.

Before you’re done watching this video episode - Janitorial Business Ideas Can Be Slippery Fish you’ll learn a simple tip to never losing your best marketing, selling and profit ideas for your cleaning business – ever again!

Please leave your comments below. Thanks, Dan

Thanks for watching our video – Janitorial Business Ideas Can Be Slippery Fish, but, don’t stop thereBe sure to check out our video: Unusual Janitorial Jobs: Dip You Toe in FIRST where you’ll learn how you can take care of your janitorial customers while protecting yourself financially – when you come across unusual, even unpredictable cleaning jobs.

You’ll watch a few, short minutes of video loaded with practical ideas, tips and strategies about what it really takes to flip a cleaning business from painful to profitable.  Want to Flip Yours?

2 Responses to “Janitorial Business Ideas Can Be Slippery Fish”

  1. Mohammed says:

    I have registered a Janitorial and Cleaning business for my self . And now I need help how to find a new prospects and how to approach and how to bid on a project. Also how can I order your “CLEAN GURU” book as a tool .

    Thank you kindly.

  2. CleanGuru says:

    Hi Mohammed, thanks for your note.

    You may find the free resources (videos and blog posts) available on our CleanGuru.com website. Our books, such as Discover the Guru in You, can be found on Amazon.com.

    Here are some marketing ideas/strategies we recommend and I thought you might find useful:

    1. Decide on who you want to clean. Rather than a broad, shotgun approach, we suggest cleaning businesses target a certain type of building or customer (i.e. medical, office, retail etc)
    2. Once, you determine who you want to clean, we suggest building a select list of companies that meet that criteria by using, for example, an online business list service.
    3. Next, we suggest identifying the decision maker. You can call each location to determine the name of the person or persons responsible for hiring the cleaning service at the buildings on your list. See S.M.A.R.T. call at CleanBid.net resources (videos/email).
    4. We recommend you create and follow a pre-scheduled list of marketing steps which you may include sending a series of powerful direct-response marketing pieces to the attention of the decision maker (the person in charge of hiring the cleaning service) at the businesses on your targeted list, following a preset schedule.
    5. Maybe most important of all, we believe creating a powerful message, including Measurable Guarantees of Performance, and proper formatting of the necessary elements of an effective marketing piece are some of the most important, yet challenging, parts of the process. We worked hard to make sure our marketing message was much more powerful than ‘We are bonded, licensed and insured.’

    As you can imagine, there is a great deal that goes into effectively implementing the steps and strategies above, but I hope you find the information provided above helpful. And, again, you may find the additional FREE videos and blog posts we have posted under resources at CleanGuru.com helpful.

    Best regards,
    Matt, CleanGuru LLC

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