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post #1 of Old 11-28-2008, 06:43 PM Thread Starter
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Gaining new PW business

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post #2 of Old 01-09-2009, 10:32 PM Thread Starter
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Good ideas

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Other than door to door, I have no ideas, but I will give you 10 points for humor and 25 points for a good attitude. Ever noticed how when you talk to someone, you attitude is very important? Potential customers can sense desperation.
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I hear ya dude. These days, I tend to be a shark in a lake full of goldfish. HA!

Nah, I have learned that owning a business is more than just knowing the trade. Its about knowing how to sell the product. Its about word of mouth referral and putting yourself in front of as many people as possible. After that, its a dog and pony show.. in order to educate the customer that my product is superior to my competitors. Demonstrating (physically at times) that what I have to offer is far better than what my competition is offering.
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Every place we turn needs some pressure washing from our local gas station to places we eat. Find a good market and go for it with all the marketing items you can throw at it . Check out this link for a list of pressure washing services.
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This is true, I also have hear it.
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Power washing is good work these days.
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pressure cleaning. I thought I would put t hat list on the wall in my shop for my customers to look at but what opened was not that list. ooops
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