Janitorial Inspections? Short, General and Frequent WINS!
Think quality control inspections and how they affect your janitorial business – is boring? Ok, maybe it is, a little – but in this fast-paced video you’ll hear a few things about inspections we bet you won’t find boring. But, as an owner of a cleaning company, these ideas may be of particular interest and […]
Today, let’s start a grocery list of ingredients that should be included in really any successful sales letter or marketing piece? And, a great place to start is to see how FEATURES of your cleaning service can provide clear and desirable BENEFITS to your prospect. Start by using some 3 x 5 index cards to […]
When is a Cleaning Problem REALLY Fixed?
Credibility And Believability
What Successful Janitorial Selling Doesn’t Look Like!
Get Filed To Get Hired!
Get filed…to get hired. It’s an insider tip that still works even in today’s online world. Specifically, you want to get your company info. i.e. sales letter, brochures etc. into your prospect’s hands and then into their file – the one they keep in their office about cleaning. Oh, and I’m not talking about sneaking […]
How Janitorial Salespeople Can Turn ‘Prospects into Clients’ Faster!
The S.M.A.R.T Call
So what do you do once you have a list of targeted companies; the actual names and addresses of the accounts you want to go after? You make S.M.A.R.T calls. What’s that? Well, “SMART” calls are phone calls that help you learn specific facts about every prospect on your list. Here’s what a SMART call […]
The Secret to Selling Commercial Cleaning Part 2
What does successful selling of cleaning contracts look like? Well, that’s what we’ll reveal in this second episode of ‘The Secret to Selling Commercial Cleaning’. That’s right, we’re going to get get down to the bigger secret is to selling cleaning contracts – not just once, but consistently! Well, before you’re done watching this episode […]
Should You Call Or Send?
Should you call your prospect – or send them something? It’s an important question. And the answer is… well, both. But in our strategy, we do each for very different reasons. Call? Yes, we suggest calling, but primarily to identify the name of the person who is the decision maker; the one who hires the […]