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07-12-2011 11:34 PM
knudsoj1 Relationships is #1 followed by word of mouth and then lastly them finding you from an ad or the internet. If you want a chance at bidding commercial accounts you need to be actively reaching out to prospects and trying to build relationships so that when they decide to look for a new cleaning company your one of the few that they call.

check out www.bidcleangrow.com for tools and blogs on starting and growing your cleaning business.
07-11-2011 01:37 PM
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Customers have tons of reviews online about cleaning services. Some of them can often be misleading just to be more competitive. I would visit websites like yelp or Google the company.

www.bbcleaningservice.com
07-06-2011 05:02 PM
outstanding ccs Usually a company will have a plenty of offers on file. Or they would listen to the word of mouth. And lastly the internet.
07-06-2011 10:07 AM
goldstarcleaning
Commercial Cleaning - Where Do Businesses Look?

When a commercial company is seeking a new janitorial company, where would they look?

Assuming they are dissatisfied with service, where would they look for a new cleaning company?

Do they use a different source or method if they are simply comparing offers? Or what if they are simply required to take bids on an annual basis?

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