cleaning tip #9 -- a
window cleaner's tool belt! discover how this window cleaning
essential helps produce greater workplace efficiency, higher
profits, and can even save your life!
you may already know, some of the teachings from this website
come from my 12 years of personal experiences as a professional
window cleaner. but, there's much more than my personal experiences,
i'm always researching new trends in the industry by visiting
different window cleaning websites and talking to window cleaners
one on one.
trend i've noticed recently is extremely alarming...
cleaner's climbing ladders without the aid of a window cleaner's
the course of this article, you'll discover how to use a tool
belt to increase workplace efficiency, make more money, and
minimize the risk of a life threatening fall.
more here: http://www.freewindowcleaningtips.com/tool-belt-benefits-safety.htm
cleaning tip #8 -- promote
your window cleaning business by advertising in your local
newspaper... for free!
it comes to promoting your window cleaning business, there's
nothing better to boost your sales and create instant credibility
than a newspaper cover story featuring your cleaning business!
the course of this article, i'm going to show you a handful
of excellent, newsworthy ways, to get free press in your local
start off with...
off... a picture is worth a thousand words. spring cleaning
is one of the several newsworthy reasons to call your local
newspapers attention to your window cleaning service. after
all, what single act better defines the season of spring than
the act of cleaning.
learn more click here: http://www.freewindowcleaningtips.com/advertising-newspaper.htm
cleaning tip #7 -- learn
how creating 'standard pricing minimums' for your window cleaning
business can keep you out of the poor house
a successful window cleaning business can be easy when you
know what types of jobs to take and what type of jobs to avoid.
in the following question, you'll learn if a certain type
of store front window cleaning is right for your window washing
a question from one of my readers...
i had a chance to bid on the weekly interior / exterior
window cleaning of 15 "fast food chain" restaurants.
i bid $39 and lost to a $28 bid ... was i too high or were
they to low?
a: according to my calculations, both bids were too low -- if
-- you are planning on performing the work yourself!
i'll explain how the winning bid of $28 per restaurant can
be a positive win for your competitor but, let's start by
crunching the numbers...
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cleaning tip #6 -- does
your new window cleaning business need customers? discover...
how to attract high paying customers now by taking an 'active'
rather than 'passive' sales approach
you are having a hard time attracting customers to your window
cleaning business and don't know why, the problem may be easier
to fix than you think.
future of your new window cleaning business greatly depends
on your ability to turn a 'potential customer' into a 'paying
what do you do when no one is calling?...
an active role instead of a passive role when approaching
recently received the following question from a person having
problems creating sales. in my reply, i give specific details
on correcting his passive sales approach and turning
it into an active - winning - sales approach.
i am having a very difficult time getting customers for
my window cleaning business. i have been passing out business
cards everywhere and also have placed a sign on the back
window of my truck without any phone calls from anyone.
a: i'd suggest going directly to the accounts you want and speaking
directly to the property owner. don't chance your future on
the hope folks will call the number on your
truck or business card.
learn more click here: http://www.freewindowcleaningtips.com/active-sales-approach.htm
cleaning tip #5 -- "window
glass sealing! the ultimate in long lasting clean windows"
doesn't matter whether you are a home owner or a professional
window cleaner, adding a glass sealant to window glass exterior
surfaces is the last step in creating long lasting, luxuriously
you want the best for your home windows, or want to offer
your customers the ultimate luxury window cleaning service,
discover how to add a glass sealant to finalize the exterior
window cleaning process.
glass protectants are applied to window glass after the initial
window cleaning has been finished to create a molecular barrier
> airborne pollutants
> hard water
polymer based sealants can also help reduce light scratches
and reduce the chance of problem stains from reappearing after
glass restoration procedures. but, there's more benefits to
using a glass sealer than what's on this short list...
learn more click here: