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post #1 of Old 12-30-2015, 05:59 PM Thread Starter
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New to the forums and a new business owner

Hey all, my name is kenny. Iam the owner and operator of Atlantic coastal care llc. I currently do pressure washing. I have alot of questions and stuff about business and what to do and ect. Since I'm a single father and can't seem to get anymore then 2 jobs per month...
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hey Kenny welcome! : )
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Hi guys , glad to be a member of the forum. Now i have been in the IM business for a while now and i have learned different ways of making money but most of them are really complicated. Below are Easy ways of making cash online. Check them out below.
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Good ol Layla the Spam head.

Lots of people think, for example, "I know how to use a pressure washer so I'll buy one and the business will roll in and I will be living the high life soon!". What they fail to realize, not just you, is that in order to actually be in business, one must have customers to make money. What you currently have is a hobby, not a business.

Business people know how to market, advertise and sell in order to get the accounts to make money.

My advice to you would be this... get a day job. Once you get the day job spend your spare time learning how to market and advertise your business. Learn SEO and make yourself a website on Weebly.

Good luck!
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Welcome to the forum! Hope to read your posts. I'm new too.
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Welcome, Kenny!

I agree with sprintcar93, you should get a quick website up to begin marketing your company. At this point, it's more valuable to go talk to people face to face by knocking on doors. Trying to optimize SEO without making yourself visible in the community will have limited return on investment. Step two, SEO.

Good luck!

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