If building a website sounds like too much hassle for you, then growing a network in LinkedIn might be the ideal way to grow your trades business online.
Small businesses seeking to gain exposure within a select geographical area may find advertising value for money with good, old-fashioned direct mail in the form of letterbox drops. Here’s how.
There’s no pleasing some people. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have a red-hot go at turning negative reviews into positive customer experiences. The success of your trades business may depend on it, writes Kellie Byrnes.
Here’s how to get started on your mission to win more high-value jobs and grow revenue with a trades business website.
As a tradie, it’s easy to get so busy doing your actual work for clients that you don’t get around to building your client list, too.
Turbo-charge your trades business this End of Financial Year with these simple tips and tools so you can save both hours and dollars in what can be the most painful time of year, writes Amanda Gascoigne.
You have a special set of skills, so your business should offer a clearly defined set of services. As a tradesperson, carving out your niche is a simple way to make business life easier.
If, like a lot of tradies, you’re sick of spending hours each month chasing up payments, it’s worth considering a system for invoicing and taking payments with a mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) solution.