The 80/20 Guide To Marketing Your Handyman Business
Hey, it’s Dan Perry, handyman business owner and professional marketer, and I’d like to let you in on a little secret.
Everything you’ve heard about how to advertise your services is garbage. Seriously, it’s all complete BS.
Otherwise, you wouldn’t be reading this page. Instead, you’d be out making money because your schedule would be filled with profitable jobs. You’d be out there making $75-$150 per hour as a pro handyman.
But you are reading this page, and you’re schedule isn’t consistently filled with the most profitable jobs.
I know that’s blunt, but it needs to be said and I think I’ve earned the right to say it.
Because I’ve tried just about everything to get customers and I’ve seen what actually works. I’ve learned what attracts customers and what repels them. And I learned all of this the hard way while actually growing my own handyman business. And I can tell you this, the common advice out there just doesn’t work.
Here’s the deal. If you ever want to generate a six-figure income from your handyman business, you’re going to need to learn how to get customers to come to you – consistently – without just relying on HOPE or word of mouth.
Let those other guys just sit there hoping that people will recommend them. Let them undercharge for their services because they don’t understand marketing.
But in the meanwhile, it’s time to learn the advertising strategies that get results. The ones that my students and I use to consistently fill our schedules with high paying customers. The ones that allow me to make between $90 and $100 per hour for basic home repairs.
It’s time to take control of your business, and you’ve already made a huge step toward doing so by finding this page. You are already ahead of the competition because you’re out looking for a better way, and I admire that.
So, go ahead and take the next step by downloading this FREE guide I’ve put together for you.
In it, you’ll learn…
- The one simple marketing strategy that can TRIPLE your income.
- Why word of mouth doesn’t work anymore.
- A common marketing mistake (and how to avoid it)
- How to spend less money and time advertising your services – and actually get better results.