Communicating better with younger workers.
MELBOURNE, Australia — Australian company launches social media marketing course for small business carpet cleaners.
MENLO PARK, CA — The site hopes to promote better engagement between users and companies they “like.”
One cleaner in the Midwest, living and working in a fairly affluent city, discussed with a few friends what he called “the perfect customer.”
“What is happening? Why aren't people responding to my Facebook fanpage? What am I doing wrong?” Does that sound like you?
By now, each and everyone one of you — except the last stalwart old marketing warrior shaking his head — believes that social media marketing definitely helps to build business.
What if I told you that it doesn’t require as much effort as you think it might, and you can actually make money using a fan page?
Don't hate them. It's not personal... most of the time.
In what could be a game changing decision that could reshape the rules for online consumer reviews, a Virginia court ruled that Yelp must turn over the names of seven reviewers who anonymously criticized a prominent local carpet cleaning business.
The new site is redesigned to offer additional information on Violand programs and opportunities as well as free downloadable worksheets and videos.
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!