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Write down the times of any “accidents” and add those times to your schedule of when you let your dog or puppy out, until a reliable pattern develops.
2-Also many programs advertise that there will be no cold calls and making lists or presenting family members with offers. Be sure to be thorough and research the entire program before you are asked to buy inventory and submit lists.
Here’s what I suggest. Make it a daily task to work on your 10-second introduction and 30-second commercial for 20 minutes every day for the next two weeks until you have it completed. You can spend that time educating yourself with different books and/or CDs as well as crafting a message that you feel great about.
Another method is to use offline advertising. With more and more people becoming “net saavy” and, more specifically, “net more information saavy”, you can start to stand out by focusing on the world that’s offline. Go to conferences or conventions in your industry and hand out your business cards. Once you start building relationships with people in person, it’s much easier for you to get them to see what you’re up to on the Interntet. You can take this one step further and interview some people who are key in your industry. If you can manage to get a hold of someone who is an expert and who is not usually very public with his/her answers, you’ve hit the jackpot.
Location, location, location is what makes your phone rings with people looking for your services. And by location, I mean your website seeds to be on top.
Smaller moving companies might not accept credit cards so you’ll need to make sure to have enough cash on hand to pay them or else clarify that they take checks. On the flip side, larger movers might not take personal checks but typically accept credit cards. Business checks might be allowed, but again, make sure to ask.