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If your painting business is stalled and you want to take it to the next level this year, look to the internet for your next wave of potential clients. About 75 percent of all people looking for service professionals look online first before anywhere else, yet a surprising number of small businesses don’t have a strong online presence. Create a solid online footprint and get Google to like you – you’ll jump over a huge portion of your competition without leaving your office or spending a lot of marketing money. 4 Ways You Can Grow Your Painting Business in 2019
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Advertising more of facebook Market place and their yard sale pages. So far in 60 days advertising on these I have had well over 100 inquires, booked over 75 to bid on, locked down 25 so far, plus over 200,000 email addresses which I email 5,000-10,000 once a month. I also have yard signs, vehicles lettered. As for paid for leads no way.
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