|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|01-25-2017 09:57 AM|
|manchun||brochures is one of best things to promote business in front of client|
|01-24-2017 01:35 PM|
I lean towards online marketing, however, you can get flyers and designed for a relatively inexpensive price.
Once you get your flyers printed, you'll want to deliver them in an efficient way. I wouldn't spend any money on delivering your flyers and would deliver flyers yourself.
There are a number of ways you can distribute your flyers, but if you're getting started, here are a few of ways we recommend:
1. Door-to-Door Delivery
If you deliver yourself, door-to-door delivery is an easy and free way to distribute your flyers to a particular neighborhood. This helps you create some brand awareness in a particular community and it gives you the opportunity to talk to home owners as you are in the neighborhood.
2. Drop off flyers to your client's neighbors
After you complete a clean, there is an opportunity to deliver flyers to your client's neighbors. You're already in the neighborhood, so it's easy to take a few minutes to promote your business. Also, having clients in the same neighborhood is a great way to add new business without adding a lot of driving time.
You can make your advertising to your client's neighbors more relevant by offering a community discount.
3. Leave a flyer with your client when the job is done
Once the job is complete, there is opportunity for you to engage with this customer for more business. Leave behind a flyer at your client's home to promote additional services or packages.
|01-05-2017 09:03 PM|
|SteamKleenToronto||Online marketing more cost effective.|
|01-02-2017 10:50 PM|
|AgLand Cleaning Co.||I have used flyers fairly effectively, however nothing beats ranking up there when people take the easy way out and use the good old Google machine.|
|12-27-2016 02:42 AM|
Print is Less and Less Effective
Yes, brochures can work but this should not be your main lead generation tool. Focus on online and let print go the way of the dinosaur - it will be better for the environment and the mailman's back.
|12-19-2016 02:04 PM|
|daytoncontractors||Brochures and most paper media is overdone, old school and just not effective. If you're going this route it needs to be really creative. It needs to get people excited and offer information that people want to read.|
|12-16-2016 05:17 AM|
I'm not a huge fan of brochures. A really nice brochure can give you some credibility but the reality is people throw them in the trash. Just think about what you do with a brochure. Has a brochure ever persuaded you to hire someone? It rarely has a big impact.
Instead, focus oh getting the potential client's contact information and then have a strategic follow-up. Know that it will take time to get the follow-up process working but if you stay with it, it will generate a lot more clients than a brochure.
|12-10-2016 08:40 AM|
maidtocleanmt is right. You need to make sure you are hitting your target audience.
I got some post flyers made up and am going to try this out. 500 flyers barely covers any area though. I'll check back in to let you know how the roi is. I'm hoping to start getting brand recognition from it, but not expecting many bookings.
I hear you realistic have to send flyers 3-6 times before people will take action. This from someone that works at a marketing company.
|12-07-2016 01:05 PM|
|maidtocleanmt||I think they need to be targeted to your ideal client, and need to be presented at that right time, otherwise a good website is a better option. I took awhile but now our website is our best tool.|
|06-26-2016 07:45 PM|
|kholsey101420284||Hope you find what your looking for.|
|06-22-2016 03:12 PM|
Brochures have their place
Best thing for commercial cleaning business is personal contacts and networking. The brochure is a leave behind that does two things. One is hopefully they file it so they can get back to you when they have a need and the other is to impress them with your company's capabilities and professionalism.
So, flyer vs brochure is not as important as will the piece impress them and create the right impression and is there content in your piece that will cause them to want to hold on to it and not throw it away?
|06-09-2016 07:54 AM|
I use brochures to explain my policies and expectations from my customers. I also give contact information and a review of basic services and add-on services like oven cleaning and add-on prices (and briefly how to order add-ons). I also have a section on the back requesting feedback and referrals (with Qcode to online form). I leave the brochures with customers when the contract is signed. They are great for customer information.
However, I don't think they are a good investment for getting new customers. They are too expensive and bad ROI. Stick with simple, easy to read flyers with an offer or coupon.
|05-31-2016 04:16 AM|
I think brochures or flyers useful at exhibition to present your product. Flyer can be distributed on road, enevt...
But now electronic advertising can more common.
|05-21-2016 04:22 PM|
|cleanrightservices||Brochures haven't helped but simple one page flyers on door hangers have been good. I had to pretty much canvas an entire area. Very time consuming tho.|
|05-10-2016 11:15 AM|
|Oshkoshcarpetcleaning||I do a one page flyer that I created on vistaprint. I don;t get much business from it though.|
|03-17-2016 03:28 PM|
|02-03-2016 05:04 PM|
Are brochures effective? Or would you just stick with flyers?
If you have any experience with Brochures please let me know! Do you go around and hand them out??
STRICTLY COMMERCIAL SERVICES.