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Discussion in 'Advertising Offline/Online & Canvassing' started by harunh, Sep 6, 2012.
good idea ? get the numbers of yell.com
and just ask them about window cleaning
The only thing with them mate they only pay a few quid to get them cleaned so for you to do it cheaper it wouldnt be worth your while
From my experience of cold calling with beauty and hair salons, although I've always done quite well out of it, these people are typically run off their feet all day every day so they probably won't be too interested in speaking to you. However, they WILL speak to a customer.
This is where some sort of affiliate/referral scheme comes in handy. Speak to some girls that you know and find out where they get their hair/nails/tan/waxing done and ask them to network for you next time they're in there.
The beauty (sorry) with this is that the person running the shop will have time for your friend and, as far as they know, your friend will have a completely non-bias oppinion of you.
If you do have some sort of referral scheme, make with the goods! I got a job for someone once who promised me a bag of Haribo Starmix but it's been a year and I still don't have them.
lol you make me laugh H
I picked up a new hairdressing job 2 weeks ago by walking in and offering a quote.
£3.50 for 3minutes work.
I also got a beauty salon about 3months ago by doing same thing.
Never ring places. Is what I've found.
awh welll lol
What next in that head of yours H lol
He's got every occupation written on a bit of paper and then draws them out of a hat and sets off to canvass them all