Separate names with a comma.
Missed the live Ask the Expert event?
Not to worry. Check out the archived thread of the Q&A with Ken Hutcheson, President of U.S. Lawns, and the LawnSite community in the Franchising forum .
Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by justanotherkid, Jan 22, 2008.
if one of my costumers gets 5 people to sign up for seasonal contracts then they get 50 % off
giving up too much try a free cut
Well yeah but i mean gettin 5 people to sign up for seasonal contracts wouldnt be exactly an easy thing to do
another idea i was thinking of would be maybe for every referal they get $25 and the person they get to sign up gets 10% OFF
I donno im just trying to look for a way to get more customers and this would get your customers out there advertising for you
you be suprised what they would do for a free cut and make it once who they refer get five cuts
i would offer the money for each referral that signs up and stays with you for at least a month, that way you're not losing money. if you offer $25 off just for a referral, you'll get a bunch of people who don't really want your services. I let a vacuum salesman give me a demo just so my sister could get $100 off hers. I didn't want the vacuum and i didn't buy one, same difference.
I dont understand this
The referals are only for seasonal contracts
Watch out guys.....
your on the edge of a pyramid.
My thought is if you are doing a good job, and your client is telling you so, ask them for referals and continue to ask. If they are truly impressed with you, they'll be happy to give you referals, for free!
No. They should want to refer you simply by doing a good job. If you have a good relationship with your customers just ask for the referrals. Unless you mark up the referrals by 10% a cut but then I would just keep the extra 10% for myself and just thank them for the referral.