Do you know the tipping point when your business shifts from being “at risk” to being “successful?”
In this age of marketing and social media, companies with the best visual appeal have the advantage. Strong photos capture a viewer’s attention.
Companies successfully charging top rates did not just stumble into their high pricing. It took determination, guts and a plan for building a company that deserves to charge more.
Consumers who are willing to pay higher prices expect the best. They want to feel confident that their home is in good hands and that the cleaning experience will go smoothly.
Companies charging higher prices must look different from the crowd of competitors. This applies to car dealerships, restaurants, clothing stores and carpet cleaning companies.
Have you ever wondered how some companies can charge the high prices that they do in a competitive market?
If you are new to this type of social media marketing, how can you get enough reviews to become competitive in this form of marketing? Is there a way to quickly boost your number of positive reviews?
You can be sure that it takes a lot of work to get newsletters out to a client list on a consistent basis. So how do you determine if this is a good investment for your company?
Running a business means keeping track of many details, much like keeping your gas tank full. Neglect them and success will be far more elusive.
For each entrepreneurs, a lot is riding on the outcome of their undertaking. People are betting all of their savings and acquiring a mountain of debt in order to compete for the dream of running their own company.
Nothing — I think “greening” is a fad, and I don’t want to be a part of it.
Nothing — I want to get involved, I’m just not sure where to start.
I do what I have to do to make customers happy with my greening practices.
Promote maintenance — I think the best way to stay green is to be sure carpet/ equipment lasts longer.
I use some green products, am a member of a green organization(s), and promote maintenance.
Everything — I use sustainable suppliers, promote employee carpooling, use green products and equipment, am an active member of a green organization(s), etc. You name it, I do it!