If you want to win more jobs, you’ll need to make the right first impression. That’s why it’s important that your business profile gives homeowners a brief overview of what you do, how long you’ve been in business, and what separates your business from your competition.
Now that you’ve made your introduction it’s time to show potential clients that you have the skills and expertise to tackle their project. List your areas of expertise, special skills, training, education, and certifications, as well as any materials or techniques that you specialize in.
Telling homeowners what you can do is great, showing them is even better. Adding photos of your best work grabs the homeowner’s attention, while showing them what you're capable of.
Are you available Monday through Friday, 8-5? Do you work on the weekends? Or do you provide emergency services? List your availability so homeowners know when they can reach you.
Whether you’re offering a seasonal discount or a coupon good for 10% off, adding deals to your profile is an effective way to make your profile rise above the rest.
After you’ve verified that your profile is complete and accurate, check it out to see how it will look to homeowners. Compared to an incomplete profile, it’s easy to see which one will win more jobs.