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Building A Brand For Your Business

Building A Brand For Your Business

There is a big difference between a business name and a brand. The name you utilize for your business is just that – a name. Your brand is your business’s “persona” – something that your customers need to remember if you are truly going to be a success. Build the right brand early on, and you could be as iconic…read more →

What To Post On Facebook

What To Post On Facebook

Most companies these days have a business Facebook page that fans can like, follow, and check whenever they’re trying to learn more about the business. This provides you with a great opportunity to connect with your customers and build your brand, but only if you take full advantage of it. This may leave you asking one key question: “What should…read more →

High Rise Window Cleaning: Part 2

High Rise Window Cleaning: Part 2

In this special window washing guide, we’re discussing the pros and cons of high rise window cleaning. In Part 1, we compared the high earning potential of this industry with the high startup costs you may face at work. We also looked at the amount of competition you may encounter for work in comparison to the experience needed to get…read more →

High Rise Window Cleaning: Part 1

High Rise Window Cleaning: Part 1

There are several routes you can take in the window cleaning industry, depending on the clients you want to work with and the types of jobs you feel comfortable completing. If you live in a major city like Detroit, New York City, Chicago, etc., you may see a high demand for high rise window cleaners in your area. This is…read more →

Safety Tips For Window Cleaners: Part 2

Safety Tips For Window Cleaners: Part 2

So far in our safety guide for window cleaning companies, we have discussed the importance of securing your personal belongings and being aware of your surroundings at work. In Part 2 of this guide, we are going to go over some unconventional safety tips for window cleaners that you can try on the job. Prepare for the worst ahead of…read more →

Safety Tips For Window Cleaners: Part 1

Safety Tips For Window Cleaners: Part 1

Window cleaning may not seem like a dangerous job, but it can be if you are not properly prepared for it. High rise window cleaners may have a more dangerous line of work than most because they have to scale buildings, but they are not the only ones who face dangers on a day to day basis. If you’re going…read more →

Reminder: TAXES DUE TODAY!

Reminder: TAXES DUE TODAY!

If you’ve been waiting until the last minute to file you’re tax returns, today (April 15th) is the last day to do so without facing a penalty. You can file online, or you can mail in your paper tax forms by the end of the day. As long as the envelope is postmarked for April 15th or before, you’re in…read more →

How To Adjust To Working From Home

How To Adjust To Working From Home

Working for yourself sounds like a dream for most people, but the transition may be harder than you think. Eleanor Roosevelt said it best, “With freedom comes responsibility.” You may be able to set your own hours and collect a lot more money per job this way, but you also need to manage the newfound responsibility you have as an…read more →

Business Owners Don’t Get Overtime

Business Owners Don’t Get Overtime

Remember the great overtime checks you used to get for working more than 40 hours a week? Kiss them goodbye. One of the downsides to owning your own business is the fact that your pay rate doesn’t change just because you’ve worked a lot this week. Sure, you may deserve more pay, but you can’t ask your clients to pay…read more →

Using Work Music To Boost Your Productivity

Using Work Music To Boost Your Productivity

Want to be more productive at work? Why not listen to music? This may not be permitted in a standard office environment, but it’s perfectly fitting for window cleaning, landscaping, painting, or any other labor-based job you might hold. Music can improve your efficiency and enhance your focus on the job, depending on how you well you respond to it….read more →