Now that you have consumed all of the holiday calories any sane person should, rang in the new year with vigor, and are cleaning up the debris from 2014, you may ask yourself “what will 2015 bring”? Maybe you have been twisting your mustache and contriving your master plans, but if you are like mos
I put together a 30 minute video demonstrating how to price spring cleanings for maximum value using the Spring Cleaning Pricing tools. As well as some handy tips on what to include in the service, marketing and attracting prime customers with these flagship services.
In celebration of U.S. Small Business Administration’s National Small Business week the Seattle SBA is holding our annual “Jump Start Your Business” workshop series, May 15, 2014, and I will be presenting two topics: “Marketing 2014 – What is working now” “How to get your first 20 clients” C
Tuesday, April 8th President Obama signed an Executive Order increasing the minimum wage for federal worker’s to $10.10 per hour, requiring reporting of wages, and barring policies discouraging or prohibiting discussions amongst workers about wages. The directives, which were signed on National Eq
As Care.com recently became a publicly traded company in January 2014 (CRCM), and now has an army of more than 9.7 million members comprised of 5.2 million families, and 4.5 million caregivers, it begs the question “is the playing field changing for independent residential cleaning businesses?” Let
Did you see the “The Profit” this week? Marcus Lemonis, CEO and Chairman of Camping World and Good Sam’s and business investor, hosts a CNBC tv series called “The Profit” where he helps troubled businesses by investing with money and expansion plans. In the most recent episode Marcus travelled t
Have you noticed lately that it is getting harder and harder to get clients to sign up for recurring service? If so, you are not alone. Depending on where you are located, the house cleaning business competition is getting thicker and thicker. It seems like there is a competitor (individual or co