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post #1 of Old 03-08-2007, 05:42 PM Thread Starter
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We are in the process of starting our own house cleaning business. We have landed 2 homes, but would love more. Can someone give me some pointers on what is the best way to get more clients?

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advertising, advertising, advertising. Get your self some business cards, make up some flyers and walk the neighborhoods that you would like to work in flyering. In the meanwhile hand your business cards out to anyone and everyone that you know and ask them if they need service or know of someone who does.
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I also am trying to break into the field on post contruction clean up here in Biloxi, MS. Does anyone know what a good SF rate would be for this area? There is alot of construciton going on here due to Hurrican Katrina and I want to be competitive
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We are in the process of starting our own house cleaning business. We have landed 2 homes, but would love more. Can someone give me some pointers on what is the best way to get more clients?

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I would recommend getting a good web page, and then getting it in the search engines. Depending on where youa re in the country, Craigs List is a good, free place to advertise, and get links to your web site.

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Advertising is the key here and good quality of work of course.
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I personally went out to give flyers when I started. It still works. You should also start creating online presence be it social media or a blog to start earning traffic to your website if you have one already.
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I would start with a cleaning ad in a local paper, then once you get more jobs, word of mouth should take over from there. But still, you should periodically run cleaning ads in a local paper.

You could also check to see what super markets allow you to put cleaning flyers in their front windows and put flyers there.

Of course, it is always good to have busy cards to hand out.

More reading:

http://www.cleanwithasmile.blogspot....-business.html

I hope this helps.
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