Do you need a housekeeper? How about a house cleaner or a maid? Are you nervous about asking the question do you need a housekeeper?
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says you don’t have to go door to door asking people “Do you need a housekeeper?” But you to have to be top of mind and you need a killer sales pitch and daily marketing.
If you want to get more clients and close more deals you need your new business to shine when prospects are hiring. If you do housework or you lend an extra set of hands to help out when clients are ready to buy.
Today’s Ask a House Cleaners sponsors are Savvy Cleaner Training (for maids.) HouseCleaning360 (another way to get more leads for your cleaning business.) Savvy Perks (a way to save more money for your cleaning business.)
House Cleaning Website old vs. new – which is best? The old way was building a free website and the new is a paid website. For a house cleaning website which is best to market your cleaning business?
“Every house cleaner needs a house cleaning website.” Says Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru. Then she gives tips on Wordpress.com vs. Wordpress.org and plugins. Websites are a house cleaning FAQ. “If I’m going to grow my cleaning company I’m not going to do it on shared real estate. And it will be a paid website where I can optimize the SEO. (Search Engine Optimization.)
Today’s Ask a House Cleaner Sponsors are Savvy Cleaner Training (House cleaner training.) My Cleaning Connection (where you can find resources to grow your cleaning business.) Savvy Perks (membership perks that offer savings on Search engine, hosting and domain name (URL) packages.
“Should you put your face on printed ads as part of a creative advertising campaign? I’m trying to grow my cleaning company and we’ve done cleaning videos and wonder if you should put your face on printed ads?”
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says your face on printed ads is different from social media. We Ask a House Cleaner about creative advertising and other ways to market your cleaning business.
Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner Training (for house cleaners and maids.) Savvy Perks (employee benefits for small businesses.) My Cleaning Connection (a resource hub for cool cleaning stuff.) And HouseCleaning360 (a hub connecting home service providers with homeowners.
Social media presence for house cleaners, is that the same as a social media profile? And if I want to grow my cleaning company do I need a social media presence on all the platforms or can I just do Facebook?
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru on today’s Ask a House Cleaner tips the maid in the direction of social media presence.
Social media marketing for house cleaners is about being social, it’s about media and it’s about your profiles. Your customers want to know “Who is coming to clean my space?”
Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (House cleaner training.) HouseCleaning360 (Business Backend has all sorts of help for the small business owner.) Savvy Perks (Employee perks for the small business owner.) And My Cleaning Connection (a hub for cool cleaning stuff.)
Specialize or generalize your house cleaning business?
It’s a saturated market and if you specialize you can grow your cleaning business. Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru calls it side door selling.
A savvy cleaner will target a specific audience and specialize in one or two areas. Appliance cleaning or garage cleaning are a good specialty. It’s advertising on steroids where you market more than just a maid service.
Today’s sponsors are Bedicalcare and My Cleaning Connection.