Canvassing In Rain?

Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by orca, May 10, 2013.

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  1. orca

    orca Member
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    I really need to canvass to increase my round but weather thwarting my effort. Does anyone canvass in rain or have any tips about doing it in bad weather?
     
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  2. OoO

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    Wear a hat?

    Just wear suitable clothes and just canvas
     
  3. orca

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    cool thanks. And people arnt bothered about answering door if chucking it down?
     
  4. OoO

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    You will get a lot of no's anyway. They will be nice and dry.
     
  5. orca

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    Cheers damo. Went in rain tonight and still got 2 jobs
     
  6. OoO

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    Think of this way. If you was sitting in your home and you have been meaning to get a window cleaner and the door bells goes.........

    Its raining and you ask "Hi my name is orca i was wondering if you need a window cleaner"

    Do you not think the potential customer will instantly think WOW its raining and he is STILL trying to get work.

    :)

    And well done on the 2 jobs!!!!
     
  7. orca

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    Yea fair point!
     
  8. Whizz-Bizz

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    Get out there in the rain, it drives them home. Better contact rates I find. Take a small umbrella.
     
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