Whether you’re starting a cleaning business or simply want to learn new and better ways to keep your existing commercial cleaning, janitorial or residential cleaning company – profitable, in these videos Dan covers everything from the latest trends in janitorial bidding, scheduling, timekeeping, invoicing and inspection software – to proven marketing, selling and profit strategies to help you grow.
Leaving a series of these kinds of ‘breadcrumbs’ in your cleaning proposals can be useful.
Check out today’s fast paced video, where Dan describes how to identify and include a handful of ‘breadcrumbs’ in your cleaning proposals to set you apart from your competition.
Thanks for watching our video, Cleaning Business Tip: Cleaning Proposal ‘Breadcrumbs’ and be sure to listen to Cleaning Business Tip: Scheduling Change – Worth Making?? where Dan describes a small scheduling change you can share with prospects to build relationships and sales.
Plus, we hope you continue to watch out Dan’s weekly videos in the future to hear his latest ideas, tips and strategies ‘concerning things you’re concerned about’, such as how to bid cleaning jobs profitably. You’ll quickly discover practical keys about what it really takes to flip a cleaning company from painful to profitable. Want to flip yours?
Thanks Scott, I haven't recorded studio type videos wearing a 'CleanBid' shirt in years; I was much 'younger, thinner and had more hair on my head' too : ) but I still believe many of the points made in those 'early' videos are still meaningful, and apply today. Thanks for being a loyal viewer of the videos. I keep doing the best I can to share strategies, or often just a small tip; and it's always nice to hear from cleaning business owners like yourself who say one or more of the ideas really helped them. Take care, Dan
Dan, what happened to your studio video's like the white screen background wearing the Cleanbid shirts? Just wondering, I watch all your videos because they are always helpful, thank you
Hello, if you have references and if you had them for a longtime, put the amount of years you've with them. Second measure all the rooms and put in your bid the hours its takes per trip, per week, per month and hours total in a hour. You want to ensure there's no quality drop in services and lastly tell the client that you just don't take every bid because you have commitment to your current clients meaning not taking in too much business when you have your loyalty to your current customers. New customers would like to know your not stretching too much business considering employees are hard to find