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post #1 of Old 12-19-2011, 09:32 PM Thread Starter
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Hi everyone, we're putting together a diagram of how the professional gear works compared with vacuuming. We suspect many potential customers don't realise how little their home machine actually removes from the carpet.

Anyhow, we're putting a graphic together and hoped any of the many carpet (and marketing!) experts would have any feedback for us. I tried to post it here, but it wouldn't let me. You'll have to click through to our blog post about how a professional carpet cleaner works.

Cheers!
Whakataka

PS, I should note that we're reserving all rights on this image, but if you're interested in using it on your site, send me a message and we might be able to work something out.
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post #2 of Old 01-11-2012, 11:42 PM
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It is a good way to interact costumers and expanding your business. In other words we can say that it is also a way to promote your business and definitely it is a unique and different way to promote your business. Image diagram can explain process of cleaning exactly. It is brilliant idea.
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Hi everyone, we're putting together a diagram of how the professional gear works compared with vacuuming. We suspect many potential customers don't realise how little their home machine actually removes from the carpet.

Anyhow, we're putting a graphic together and hoped any of the many carpet (and marketing!) experts would have any feedback for us. I tried to post it here, but it wouldn't let me. You'll have to click through to our blog post about how a professional carpet cleaner works.

Cheers!
Whakataka

PS, I should note that we're reserving all rights on this image, but if you're interested in using it on your site, send me a message and we might be able to work something out.
I like it, very nice.

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post #4 of Old 01-16-2012, 12:22 AM Thread Starter
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Cheers!

thanks all... it seems to compare favourably to other blog posts... I'll keep the ideas coming, and let you know how they work out.

Cheers for the feedback!
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Diagrams always help people understand, I am not sure how much the average customer really cares though? I sometimes feel that they don't really care how it gets clean/
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Diagrams always help people understand, I am not sure how much the average customer really cares though? I sometimes feel that they don't really care how it gets clean/
i disagree, i think most people want to know how the process works because it helps them justify paying for the service if they understand the difference between vacuuming and a carpet cleaning service
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I like what I saw. Though only two pictures, not bad. Hey, I hope you weren't part of those awful Christchurch Earthquakes, I hear you guys over there are doing it pretty tough, In fact I hear it's one year today.

Best of luck.
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