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Reinvent Your Janitorial Business Before It’s Too Late

Is your janitorial business on track to thrive, survive or ‘take a dive’? Well, it’s going to go one of those three directions whether you like it or not – so you’re better off grabbing the steering wheel and turning things in the direction you want to go. Things have changed so dramatically in the economy and in the cleaning business; that much of what used to work yesterday, just doesn’t cut it anymore.

The good news is – that before you’re done watching this episode of “Flip My Cleaning Business from Painful to PROFITABLE!” you’ll learn how you can make dramatic, meaningful changes in your cleaning business that grab your prospect’s attention MORE than the LOW prices offered by the low-balling competition.

Please leave your comments below. Thanks, Dan

Thanks for watching our video ‘Reinvent Your Janitorial Business Before It’s Too Late’; But, don’t stop there – Be sure to check out our video “How To Get THE Name of THE Decision Maker At THE Places You Want To Clean” because we’ll reveal our proven strategy for finding out key information about the ‘places’ you want to clean, YES, including, who is in charge of hiring the janitorial company. 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 “Reinvent Your Janitorial Business Before It’s Too Late”

  1. Karen Grassmick says:

    Need info. on web site design & marketing as moving to Oregon from Wyoming (where I do well) Oregon is a different market with tons of cleaning companies soooo would like to start NOW how to market in a competitive market.

  2. DLiebrecht says:

    Hi Karen,

    Thanks for note! Many of the important elements of marketing apply just as well to websites as they do to other marketing mediums like sales letters, brochures etc. Here are a few of those important elements:

    1. Creating a powerful headline highlighting the important ways in which your cleaning business differs from your competitors
    2. Including your photo (owner(s)) to put a ‘face’ on the company
    3. Testimonials from customers (written or video)
    4. List of guarantees, if you offer them
    5. If applicable, a ‘free offer’ to attract prospects to allow you to submit a bid.
    6. Online ‘Opt-in’ which asks for and secures permission for you to begin communicating/emailing your prospects updates, offers and other communication.

    We don’t currently design or host websites for cleaning businesses, but may in the future. For now, you may want to conduct an online search to find out who offers these services, compare their prices and experience and, if available, check with companies they list as references. Hope that helps. Wishing you much success in your cleaning business! Dan

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