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Will Robots Replace House Cleaners?

Will robots replace house cleaners? We Ask a House cleaner today about technology and things like the robot vacuum.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says robots already automate many of our household chores. Think about the dishwasher, dryer, and washing machines – all robots. Sure, they do the jobs quicker, faster and easier than humans, but you still need a human to finish chores.
Automatic or not, there are all tasks that still need a maid to clean. House cleaning is not going away.
Today’s sponsor is https://HouseCleaning360.com
#HouseCleaning360 is a referral database of the best in home service providers.

Skipping Chores – Too Much Housework

Skipping chores because you have too much housework depends on your priorities and schedule.
We Ask a House Cleaner about skipping chores or spending time cleaning exhausted and worn out.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says skipping chores is a matter of saying yes to this and no to that. A savvy cleaner even a DIY house cleaner needs habits that support not stress your life.
Today’s show sponsor is HouseCleaning360.com
#HouseCleaning360 is a referral database of the best home service providers available.
Today’s show sponsor is https://HouseCleaning360.com
HouseCleaning360 is a business referral network for house cleaners and maids and housekeepers.

Customer Survey for House Cleaning Clients

A customer survey for house cleaning clients is a great idea. It’s a chance to provide customer satisfaction. And you can do a customer survey before you even start the job.

Today we Ask a House Cleaner about the best way to get a customer survey and feedback. Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru teaches in maid service training how to be a savvy cleaner and create a happy customer.

Customer surveys are one way to clean my space and do a good job.

Today’s show sponsor is https://HouseCleaning360.com

#HouseCleaning360 is a business referral network for house cleaners and maids and housekeepers.

Ratings and Reviews for House Cleaners

Ratings and reviews for house cleaners are a legitimate way to drive business to your door. Ratings and reviews are the social proof and validation that backs up word of mouth referrals.

Today we Ask a House Cleaner how to get use a QR code to get ratings and reviews. 

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says a savvy cleaner can get customer feedback to market your cleaning business.

Today’s sponsor HouseCleaning360.com specializes in DIY referral marketing through online likes and reviews.

Today’s show sponsor is https://HouseCleaning360.com

HouseCleaning360 is a business referral network for house cleaners and maids and housekeepers.

Haggling Over Price – Drive House Cleaners Crazy

Haggling over price when you do a cleaning bid or job estimate? You’re not alone. Lots of customers love bargaining and discounts. They don’t want to pay “all that money” for house cleaning or maid service.
But is that any reason to be haggling over price and negotiating the housekeepers pay?
Today on Ask a House Cleaner, The House Cleaning Guru, Angela Brown covers some ninja mind tricks for maids. Learn how to stuff your job bid audition with eye contact. And body language, and rules and regulations, and confidence.
Don’t wing it when the prospect starts haggling over price or says your cleaning service costs too much. Practice. And your free estimate will turn into a performance that will land you the job and let you get paid what you’re worth and stop haggling over price.