Are non-carpet cleaners welcome?

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  1. Brian__G

    Brian__G Syndicated FatCat Entreprenuer

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    are people from other industries welcome to share business growth ideas on this forum? or is it carpet cleaners only?
     
  2. Kipp

    Kipp Syndicated Entrepreneur

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    All service industries are welcome to join and contribute
     
  3. TheEyeball

    TheEyeball Friend of the Ladies

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    Definitely. That's why it's FatCat CLEANER, and not FatCat Carpet Cleaner, Window Cleaner, etc. The forum is open to anyone who wants to share business growth ideas, ,or who wants to learn business growth ideas. Honestly much of our content is advanced enough that a person from any industry--completely outside of cleaning--can learn here.
     
  4. asi

    asi FatCat Member

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    good business is good business no matter the industry. If you can apply what you learn to another type of business that shows that your 1st success was not a fluke.
     
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    Torrey W Syndicated Entrepreneur

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    My electrician friend has read this board and says this all applied to him also.

    Now if hell just start posting!
     
  6. Bill Yeadon

    Bill Yeadon FatCat Entrepreneur

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    I have always felt that if you are going to steal good advertising ideas, steal them from another service industry.

    Stanley Steemer could use any of their marketing in another industry because they understand their market which is women.
     
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    Luna M. FatCat Noob

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    I am in residential cleaning as an independent operator, but also do office+ work for a carpet cleaner. I have to say, I already like the 'out of the box' FatCat style. :) I look forward to what your forum has to offer the cleaning community.
     
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  8. Brian__G

    Brian__G Syndicated FatCat Entreprenuer

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    I thought that going into this business that almost all of my calls would be from women. I've been surprised at the number of men that have called an booked. I'm sure it's probably more women, but there have been a number of men who've called about my services.
     
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    My guess is the women told them to or ... uh ... there are very clean guys with a lisp ?
    Its just not something thats high on a normal guys priority list.
    not guys i know anyways.
     
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    Bicc FatCat Entrepreneur

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    A "normal" guys list? Prejudice much? :)
     
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    No way ... its a stereo type ... :)
     
  12. Robert Atlas

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    All constructive comments and buisenesses are welcome
     
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    I have a constructive comment about your spelling...
     
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