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I been try to get property persrevation cleanout jobs for about 6mos now an still no luck. i even ask other Foreclosure cleanout Business for help with getting jobs and no help. So can anyone help me out cause im about to loss everything. I been doing this kind of work for about 7yr now and i just started my own business just need work coming in
 
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What forms of advertising are you using right now? Besides asking foreclosure businesses.
 
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Don't know where you been bro, but the economy sucks and it ain't getting better. :no:
Maybe if you write a letter to that a**hole in the White House. :rolleyes:
Better yet, set up a fund raiser and you'll be guaranteed to get noticed. :thumbdown
 
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craigslist or your local paper. not the big one but the city paper
 
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It is an entirely different world once you become a business owner. Most employees never consider the trials and tribulations that us business owners always go through in order to build and sustain a successful business. I would like to help you but first, I need to ask you a few questions.
- What companies have you already signed up with?
- What is your daily routine for acquiring new clients?
- How long exactly have you been working at building up your client base? (i.e. 4 months, 8 months)
- How have you educated yourself about this business?
- How many business and/ or construction books do you own?
If you are 100% serious about succeeding, I will help you. I have been in this business for over 5 years and I have been self employed for the past 15+ years.
P.S. Don't forget the story about Colonel Sanders from KFC. It is written that he was turned down over 1,000 times before he got his first big break.
 
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ThomasJMarino:
You would be amazed by the number of people (with the same perspective as you) who I have hired to complete a job and they either screwed it up or figured out 10 different reasons why they could not do the job. And before you even think it, I am talking about jobs where the average skilled contractor would make $500+ each day on a multiple day job. This has happened so many times to me. Every time I hear someone talk about the "bad economy", I feel sorry for them because I know with complete certainty that they have pretty much given up and took the "easier" route of blaming the economy, since then at least they don't have to hold themselves accountable.
P.S. Please don't consider this a personal attack. I will never disrespect another human being. However, the truth needs to be heard.
 
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Its not easy everyday you have to network,study,read,meet people overall dont give up if you really want it
 
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