In The Know with WSP
What could be as good as paint?
Apparently lawn care, or the improper care of it, can RUIN a good paint job. Imagine walking up to a freshly painted house with weeds the size of a small child! This is why it is so important to have proper home maintenance from the roof to the underground. Just like our clients, who value contractual packages that lower costs while increasing strategic maintenance plans, our fellow lawn and garden pros are, at best, a complementary service. With lawncare specialist, your pride and joy won't be crippled by an unsightly lawn. Take full advantage of what a local lawn and gardener can do for you. We wouldn't want that fresh coat to go unnoticed by the gawking and staring at your overgrown and unkempt vegetation!
As a fellow contracting service provider, we always survey the industry to gauge standards, practices and competition. This is how we ensure kinetic growth and maintain stability in the market. There are so many residential and commercial paint contractors, it's hard to decide who is worth your time. As a consumer, this is the ever-present looming question.
How about some free advice? When we discover another equally-minded contractor, we applaud their talents and expertise. And we'll do you a solid and tell you who they are. We wouldn't want to keep them all to ourselves now would we!
Lakewood Painting Pros of Lakewood, Colorado are the premiere interior and exterior paint contractors in that area. We just love their extensive service list, namely fence painting and custom paint jobs. They instantly became a favorite of ours with the option of a color consultation! They seem to be a well-rounded company full of professionalism with the added bonus of being highly personable. They aren't a stale group of folks and we adore that!
West Suburban Painters of Naperville, IL give the BIG THUMBS UP to the folks over at Lakewood. Give them a try and let em know we sent ya!
When I started this business, I expected the roller coaster that even normal life brings. Ups and downs are a common thread when owning your own business. You are basically responsible for all aspects of the market you are in. You’ve purchased your ticket of responsibility and boarded the plane to accountability. You take the good, the bad, and the extremely unattractive situations, and you had best better take them like a champ. Learn. Grow. Be smarter today than you were yesterday.
But sometimes, and more often in the internet world, you get bombarded by a scam or two or ten! You’ve made it your business to do good business and others choose to make it their businesses to get over on you.
Recently, and I mean yesterday, I received this message:
UX, user experience, is hinged on customer support. It's like all those note-card questions that you are asked to fill out and slip into a wooden box at any given consumer establishment or that follow-up survey that your phone and/or internet provider prompts you with after a call. And thanks to SiteProNews on the Future of SEO, we have some powerful insight on how websites can get in on this kind of user interactivity.
Everyone wants to know if their paint job is too much or that the contractor didn't undercut the market just for the job...that kind of practice is ruthless, abiding, yet degradative to the industry anyhow. But what about the industry itself? What should they be spending in marketing in order to bring the right clients to the right place at the right time?
According to Pattie Simone on this very question posed on entrepreneurs.com, businesses should be investing at least 10% of their annual revenue on marketing. That's a HUGE figure for most local businesses! And yet SCORE reports that only 51% of local business even HAVE a website
Brandyss Adams is a budding SEO specialist with background in Graphic/Web design. For the past 7 years, she headed her own Virtual Fashion Graphic Design business and still continues to excel in whatever area of design and marketing she applies herself to. As a CPhT, BSc, Ms. Adams knows first-hand the essence of intellectual strength and servitude.