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Referral Fee for House Cleaning Jobs? @SavvyCleaner

@SavvyCleaner by Angela Brown Should I pay a referral fee? Yes. You should pay a referral fee (also known as a bird dog fee) to reward the clients who believe in you enough to send more business your way. Think of it as an advertising expense. You can afford to pay a referral fee, since you’re not …

How to Get Referrals @SavvyCleaner

Referrals for house cleaning? @SavvyCleaner by Angela Brown Referrals, also known as: word of mouth advertising, is when someone else recommends you or your service- because they are satisfied customers. Should you ask for referrals or just hope people give them to you? This one is up to you. Some independent house cleaners do ask for referrals, …

House Cleaners Impress with the Mulligan @SavvyCleaner

What the heck is a Mulligan? A mulligan is a second chance to perform an action. Usually, after the first chance went wrong through bad luck or a blunder. Its best-known meaning is in golf whereby a player is informally allowed to replay a stroke (though this is against the formal rules of golf). The term is also …

Bonding and Insurance for House Cleaners @SavvyCleaner

@SavvyCleaner by Angela Brown Do I need bonding and insurance for my house cleaning or maid service? Bonding and insurance are two things you don’t want to skimp on. It protects you and your clients. When a client asks you if you are bonded, what they are asking is this: If you commit fraud, or steal from …

Credentials for House Cleaners @SavvyCleaner

How Do I Build Credentials? @SavvyCleaner by Angela Brown Excellent Question, especially if you’re just starting out and you don’t have any house cleaning experience yet. Your credentials are the reasons people will or won’t hire you. So you will need to answer some basic questions up front that will remove the fear of someone bringing you …

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