Simple pitch:Rangie, could you go into more detail on what your Pitch is when doing Door-to-Door. I would like to hire some of my friends to knock on doors, what kind of training did you do to get them ready? what do i need to do? thanks man
Like I said, I started cheap but still get pretty decent results. One of these days I'm going to order full color, high gloss brochures. When I do, it'll probably be from www.gotprint.com. Never used them before, but they seem good quality for a fair price, and they get good reviews on Contractor Talk.Thanks for the info guys. I was thinking at the very least I'd like to start proximity marketing while I'm in the neighborhood. I already have yard signs out and thought the door hangers would just reenforce that were working in the area. Do you have a good source for online ordering?
I checked out the site rangie mentioned but those are only two color; and I was thinking about going full color with a pic or two.
And a good story it is.
I suspect your business endeavours may negate your academic ambitions.
For the time being anyway. I'm a lazy/awful student, which is strange considering I have a great work ethic for my business. Regardless, post grad higher education won't come until I'm willing to take schooling more seriously.I suspect your business endeavours may negate your academic ambitions.
No Doubt! I hate the marketing pitch that sounds like it is being read... That is REALLY good advice I think...This is just a cookie cutter example. I usually try to make it as conversational as possible, as people can definitely tell and are put off when you're doing something that's rehearsed.
I'm 23, been in business for 2 summers and then all of this year so far. I was only a part time student this spring, so I had the opportunity to start work in February and work full time.That's exactly what I was just thinking.
How old are you and how long have you been in business?
I must say you are doing everything right, I'm glad you don't live near me.
What are you charging per hour? I don't mean to assume, but with a fully booked summer, I think you need to raise your prices. I would hate to think you aren't getting what you deserve and charging less than your market dictates.
Also with your professionalism and craftsmanship (I looked at your gallery :thumbsup: ) you can charge a little more than your competition.
Glad to have you here at PaintTalk.com Dylan.