There are many different places you can list your business online, some familiar and maybe some you've never heard of before. They can be good resources for finding new customers and definitely worth your time. And they're all free!
A few months ago we launched automated customer feedback. Today we've brought those reviews and testimonials to your included WorkWeek business website.
Mastering local advertising can be a real challenge for service businesses. If you're just starting out or struggle a bit during your slow season, simply knowing how to reach your community is knowledge you'll want to have in your toolbox.
Ads in the Services section of craigslist now cost $5 per post. Find out how to get the most out of your money and create effective ads for your service business that get you more work.
Have you ever heard some business jargon and weren't sure exactly what it meant? This post goes over a few of the more important business terms and why they matter for you and your business.
It shouldn't be news that the Yellow Pages are becoming less relevant than they were 5 or 10 years ago, but that doesn't mean that there's no value there. We're going to explore why they might not be right for you and your business.
A logo can greatly affect the way people view your business, so it's important to go into the process as prepared and knowledgeable as possible. We go over a few things to consider beforehand as well as what you should know when getting a logo designed.
Not every job is equal and we've got some tips and ideas on how to find the good ones. We also cover the differences between revenue and profit and why it's important for your service business.
Marketing is for more than just medium or larger sized businesses. We take a look at how small businesses can use marketing to their advantage.
Sometimes, getting customers to pay is a real struggle. However, there are things you can do to close out past-due invoices. We'll give you some tips on how to deal with customers who haven't paid (without going full mobster on them).
Do you have customers who are never happy, don't want to pay, and have nothing good to say about your work? Get rid of them!
Pricing and profit are extremely important aspects of running a business, and it's often a struggle for small business owners to get them right. One tactic that can help is setting minimum prices for each type of job to ensure you're making money.
Most small service businesses start off with one guy: the boss. You're not technically a boss, because it's on you. So how do you know when to hire your first employee? We'll give you some thoughts and advice to help you figure it out.
If you're running a service business, you should be familiar with recurring work. Regularly recurring jobs are the best way to build up steady, dependable income for your business. Learn how to make it work for you.
If your service business isn't easy to find and review online, it should be. Your customers won't find you or trust you if it isn't. Get the lowdown on how to get online fast.