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  1. Shaun McLane
    April 22, 2011 @ 6:28 am

    Nothing wrong with a little door knocking either. It’s old-school, but effective if done properly. I take about two hours a week to knock doors in my community. My goal is to get into the person’s back yard by their pool – if I can get that far, I can close the deal. By showing genuine interest, I’ve been fortunate enough to have never had a door slammed in my face. Most people seem grateful that I stopped by.

    Another solid, low-cost tool we’ve used is partnering with other “Home Service” companies (land guys, screen companies, etc) and getting flyers from them. We add the flyers to a folder that is given to new clients. All we ask is that the other company do the same, and the cost is minimal.

    • Darren
      April 22, 2011 @ 6:46 am

      Great stuff Shaun,

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting!