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Old 03-10-2010, 10:10 PM   #1
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1st thread, thankyou for ur time n input...My 3rd yr as painting conractor, experience 24yrs...Question. what is a great way to network to find jobs?
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BBB, Yellow Pages, Online Yellow Pages, Website, Realtors, Property Managers, HOA, Other Trades, Newspapers, Fliers, TV Commercials, Bilboards...

It is all about marketing the more ways you can get your name in the front of everyones mind the more the phone rings.
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Righton workoholic thankyou, im doing most of these things here in california.It is a tough time to start a bussiness here on the central coast... but im hangin in their one day at a time. Thankx again
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Also your local paint store is a great place, Just make a little flyer that describes yourself, maybe post a few before and after pics in your flyer.

Not all paint stores will do this aka dunn edwards. but your typical mom and pop type store will.

Wish you all the best on drumming up new customers..

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