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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by BrendonTW, Jan 14, 2013.
Yes 39 percent is good but its a lot of work keeping it there.
Cash flow is the key thats why we went to credit card only. Only our commercial customers pay by check and we probably have less than 100 residential our older clientel that still get invoiced through usps. But we charge those customers 1.95 to mail the invoice. And believe it or not we get it. Very few have complained. We have had some but bot a lot
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Well 39 % is a hellllll of a lot different then 90% now isnt it?
Not to bust balls but if your rolling 52k a month in payroll and your website looks like that of a 16 year olds and "home of the 24.95 cut"
Your kinda hard to believe, sounds like b.s to me.
Yes it is . Its good money though especially the months we we do 160k plus
Relly we just paid a web company to re do it i
n november I think ot looks good thats your opinion. Maybe if you ever go to one of these lawn conventions you might here me speak about marketing . Which I do all the time
Grass, i got your PM. maybe we can meet up for lunch one day this week.
I think they have a terrific website. I think it would be very effective and that is the purpose of a website. They get your attention with the $24.95 and they keep it with the guarantee. They accept all major credit cards, even AmEx. I searched "lawn care Slidell" and they were near the top. All in all my guess is that the guys are running a heck of an operation. I am not so sure that the poster is the brains behind it though.
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Actually I am the brains behind the operation . We started it from Scratch . I just like how some people get on here . Talking about things they know nothing about. I kept quite for years on this site but finally decided to speak. Oh and thanks for the compliment . It was BLOOD SWEAT AND TEARS TO GET IT TO THIS POINT