Window cleaning business opportunities
Most people have had enough of unsolicited callers. Many people wouldn’t buy from someone who knocked on their door, even if its a service or a product that could save them money. A lot of companies are changing their policies as they have finally decided to listen to consumers who keep complaining to them to stop it. So why do window cleaners insist on continuing to knock on doors to find new customers?
The fact is, it’s still one of the most effective ways to get new business. Especially if the window cleaner already has customers in the same street. New business can often be generated from areas where potential customers see that you are regularly cleaning. Building up business in new areas can be more difficult though. It’s harder to get customer recommendations from people in areas that the window cleaner is not familiar with. But in order to expand and grow your business, this is something that has to be considered.
Leaflet drops can be useful but they have very limited response rates and most people get irritated by having leaflets shoved through their letterbox. So is there another solution? Can window cleaners build their rounds using other methods? How can a window cleaner get new customers other than using expensive advertising, leaflet drops and knocking on doors, which is basically time consuming and would be better spent cleaning windows.
As a window cleaner, is there a way to automate the process of finding new customers and collect payments without having to trade your time and lose money?
Perhaps there is.
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