Online Poll: How Would You Describe Your Marketing Efforts?

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There’s an old joke about a business owner that uses lots of products throughout the day that are advertised and then, upon getting to work, says to a colleague, “Advertise? Why should I bother to advertise?”

The same ironic premise could be applied more generally to marketing within the cleaning and restoration industry. Assuming you’ve already asked yourself “Why should I bother to market?” and have come to realize the many reasons for doing so, we’re further wondering how are you going about it.

So, how would you describe your marketing efforts? Do you have a large portion of your time, energy, and finances devoted toward marketing? Are you relying on word of mouth and good reviews? Or, are you, like the business owner in the old joke, still struggling to find a reason to spend your resources on marketing?

Take part in our latest online poll, so we can find out what your marketing efforts look like!

Take part in the latest poll here:

As a floor cleaning contractor, which of the following best describes your approach to marketing:

  • We have a limited marketing budget and do what we can. (44%, 7 Votes)
  • We run robust marketing and advertising campaigns. (31%, 5 Votes)
  • We rely strictly on referrals. (19%, 3 Votes)
  • We don't do any marketing. (6%, 1 Votes)
  • We only use free marketing strategies. (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 16

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Participation takes only a moment of your valuable time. While your response is confidential, your answer just might help another person in our industry make a business decision or find solace in shared misery. Take a moment to share your thoughts with the latest Cleanfax Online Poll regarding post-pandemic attitudes about cleaning.

Looking for the results of a previous poll?

Visit our poll archive. There you can see the results of polls on a wide range of topics, such as how you pay your techs, what’s most important when buying a new truckmount, whether auto dialers work when fishing for new business, and many more.

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