Dive into pro tips to make attracting clients as a professional organizer or residential cleaner as simple- and effective– as possible.
A long-term sustainable business is one that gives you life… and also multiple revenue streams. In this episode Lisa Malone shares how she’s developed several corresponding lines of business and fostered unique partnerships with other service providers to diversify income sources and and grow wealth.
Every professional organizer knows a good system is worth its weight in gold. Infrastructure systems- like client onboarding- can help you easily and effectively scale your business. In this episode, professional organizer Amy Fredericksen shares the systems she created for her business.
Everyone can be productive, but identifying the specific ways in which *you* are most productive can help you create and repeat the ideal conditions. In this episode, Certified Productivity Coach Ellen Faye, describes a personalized approach to productivity that you can use in your own business *plus* help clients find- and maximize- theirs.
Paying attention to (and improving) the client experience in your professional organizing business will not only delight your existing clients, it will keep them coming back for more. And? They’ll probably even tell their friends how much they loved working with you.
Small business growth expert and home services fan girl Shanna Goodman will share practical and applicable steps for attracting a steady stream of clients.
Topics include: how to do a digital audit and make sure your online presence is working *for* you, how to make an annual promo calendar so you’re not always scrambling for social media content, top social media tips to get noticed locally, and the best free marketing tools to attract new clients.
Shanna Goodman has been helping small businesses grow in meaningful ways for more than 17 years. Raised by entrepreneurs, she is a voracious reader and writer, regularly contributing to Business Insider, Forbes, and Fit Small Business.