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03:40 min | 3 years ago

"shed" Discussed on The Site Shed

"Now, we'll maybe you yourself looking at a change in law at new career. I wonder if you've thought about bang atredes, some people like me should never be allowed near tool, but others very talented should be Pomme Ilda electrician like Harry, he called in during the quiz or even a mechanic. And you know, what I think you could fairly site at Chinese tape the will turning if you're not one you'll know how you die Lokken quickly full apart. If you tap, stop working, you breaks file on you KYW houses, suddenly without electricity horror of horrors, the Duluth floods Chinese have jobs that stereotypically my not be at the top of the list of school Avis, but these days trees are in short supply, many earning more than people he needed university too, great for their jobs, so wise being tried. Know in some people's minds not up they would becoming a doctor or a lawyer. My next case going to shed a bit more on what it means to be a treaty, and what Chinese days days doing rather than what the stereotypical thing is the image that we have of them met Johnson. Adrian dania by former plumbers met now builds websites. Chinese and Adrian is a business coach tried. He's good evening to both welcome to the program. Thanks for having. Kind of getting down to the music. Jim. It's a double. We were talking about this on the quiz the trade stole. That's not what you would doing that. I was going to try to. Chinese. What's good about saying? Well, I mean, while I was one of those kids, which I suppose a lot of the people that they might be able to rely to where I wasn't overly academic per se. So I went through the schooling system twenty years actually this year, I would have graduated and the emphasis back then was so heavily focused on academia, you know. You've got to you got to get good grades at school. You gotta go to university you go to get a job in marketing or something like that. You gotta go and slug it out work for the man and work through Tom and get a gold got Got much of the a day. day job at the intimate, but always never academic. So come the end of school. I was like what am I going to do? I'm not many university and struggled walk did at school. So I thought I'm going to try and I did. And it was the best thing I ever did. Like, it's fantastic. Lenny using your hands you out there. You're meeting people. You learn social skills interactions skills of a loss. There's nothing better than being in the sun element plumbing. I mean, it's one of those things I mean, obviously, it's got at stigmas. But like, I remember saying, you're outdoors, you know, using your hands. It's it's it's like mechanical thinking teaches you how to put things together and pull things apart, and it sits really valuable say, well, let's you'll story. Did you go straight into a child when you less actually started working with my father, twelve months that didn't work as planned, we we had very strong views difference. Correct. But then I ended up working for a large company and Cambridge moved up to Sydney about ninety ninety eight and set them a business and wasn't really didn't get a plane might some pretty fundamental mistakes ended up having to sell the family home to pay debts. And it was it was emotional. It was it was a whole bunch of doubts and even some shame and stuff going on. But then we bounce back. We'll have to clear debts built the business up and then sold it in two thousand and twelve SU one of my biggest competitors. So learning from that was. Just. Yeah. It was phenomenal. It would be hot though. I mean, I in dice gone by you running your on businesses Chinese. So you you're on the tools, but you also expected to have those business schools would I talked when you started. But it's a big disconnect. Yeah..

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02:48 min | 3 years ago

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"But until then keep everything small and constrained trialogue a little things figure out what works in. Once. You got something that works scaled up ramp it up enough fire bullets than C N N's from good to great. We've always said some things it's always being ready fly Ryan, which by design thing, you can't in you can imagine that something's going to work for as much. As you want. But until you get into mock it, and you actually saw testing it. How do you not exactly especially when you look at you know, websites Kona stuff? Like, it's just the the best thing to do is get it live and then tweak it looking forward unless you can steer. You can't steer pot. Cock. But it's true. We've most almost saying like get things out there that are not ready. But I'm saying get it out there for almost ready. You know, because at least then you can start getting Donna back. I mean, if you spend too much time getting ready or perfect or perfect trying to perfect something. Once you set it up, you'll quickly find out that it isn't usually perfect. It's far from it. And then you just wasted so much time on perfecting it now, you gotta go. I don't wanna say back to the drawing board. But you gotta peel away a few layers on Jons and then rebuild a lot of MRs out. There are quite interested in tools, and technology and things like that one of the my paces of technology or requirement that you guys used within the running the business so things like Sierra more you mentioned dropbox. Yeah. Well, dropbox obviously for holding all of our files, but CRM we're using a program called kick serve that said we've been using it for several years in might be options out there, but we do kicks by merely for field service management. I will say it is a little lacking in terms of sales or sales management or sales reporting. It doesn't really report a good cl- doesn't report closing rate or give many in many accurate, doesn't it just doesn't have intuitive reporting for sales on the sales side of things. So I really feel like it's lacking. There's kick serve if you're listening other some feedback from me, certainly look at my company and you'll see my account. So we're going to look for a new CRM that that would be something. I'd really be looking for is the something that's really good on the sale side in also in the field service management side. So it works great in the field service management scheduling but for sales. It's not too good. The other thing we're using is in Email program called front doubt. I've been really. Impressed with that. This is a plug for them on intentionally just genuinely loved the program. What is it? It's called Fronta. And it's it turns their I guess their slogan or tagline as we turn your Email into a help desk. So at my company, we've got leads coming in from multiple online sources, and they all go to our main company Email address, which is like office at Gulf Coast, aluminum dot com. So you got that box which gets used to get hundreds of males at messages day..

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03:27 min | 3 years ago

"shed" Discussed on The Site Shed

"Do especially when you're operating with limited resources, usually in the form of a human resources, and stopping that's always a problem. So you can't. So do you do need up a qualification process? All kind of share one of our favorite qualification questions. Will usually ask right off the bat. And it's even on the online estimate request form on our website. I cannot sure if it's there at the moment or not the website chains pretty regularly. But it's out there. Now probably will be back up in a couple of days. But we generally ask have you read any of our online reviews or have you read our reviews, and based on how they answer that we segments our customers off if they have right on you know, they know what they're getting into. They know the level of quality. And they know that our commitment to quality in service. So there little bit more qualified if they have not. I will probably put them off into a nurturing system to make sure that they get those reviews. Get a chance to absorb them. And then come back to us from an estimate later, we were at least that they see that content and those reviews before we schedule something to go on site and really firm up the numbers. So do you you work with your business? Is you have a partner? Right. Yeah. Absolutely. I do. Yup. And so I'm moving I'm curious as to how you go is how the partnership works. And this is the this is the fellow that you grew up with the guy you're talking about. In front since teenagers. Yeah. Great. So how did you go as the saw on when you'll building the structure of the business is going to fulfill what roles is going to be the head of what departments and all that stuff. Oh, that's a really good question. There's a lot I could say on that. I guess kinda start in preface it by saying, it's not all dandy lines fairytales. There. There have been a lot of problems over the years, but we're both level headed. I mean, it's been a great partnership. We're both level-headed focused on the lawn. Same long term goal that knows far as who fulfills. What rules? We certainly didn't have any of that planned out when we were going into that suicide just kind of let sell in see what we can do. We're licensed for already to go. You know, let's just kind of dive in head first. I mean, it was truly a dive into the lion pit headfirst looking back. I don't even know how we made the point where we are now on you know, which is a fairly large nearly eight figure company annually. I don't know how fly having flashbacks in my mind at the moment. I'm like, wow. How did to twenty one year olds end up here at this point in fast forward now eight seven years ago? I mean, if I could go back in time, and knowing what I know now in betting on whether or not we were going to succeed or fail. This would have been all failure. But. We we went into it. We're both sharp, and we just figured it out as we went. I got more into the sales side of things. I I knew that we needed to get a website up. I guess how it all worked. I knew we needed to get website up in the very beginning. I knew that was privy chal. And I went on a mission to teach myself how to build a website and get that setup. You know, right from the very beginning. And I would say that was probably the the fork in the path where I started heading off towards sales. And he let me take over handling all that stuff while operations was going on behind the scenes not behind the scenes, but on the side of that. And from that, I started growing off into these sales and marketing side of things and making sure all the administrative stuff is done and he slid over to operate ones..

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03:58 min | 3 years ago

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"No project, no deal nothing to get started on. And I'm hearing all these stories about everybody that can close while. So I start kind of researching it and looking into ways to improve the closing process than ended up with a connection in the same trade, but located several hours away where they practice and they sell a lot. They sell tons of projects. I was able to get in with them and go do some onsite sales training with that. And what they were doing was essentially hard sell tax. You know, they would look in the eye and say can you afford this and glad it like that? And that's just not my style. You know, I really hate sales people not enough will salesperson by any means of be by any stretch of the imagination. So that wasn't my style. So I knew I needed to come up with something better. And at that point. I started piecing together my own system, and knowing started realizing that customers when they see the price they are naturally inclined to just say, no, they don't wanna feel like they're being sold. Okay. Got the price. Now, they're going to try to sell me and in traditional sales methods. That's what it was all about overcoming objections. Just kind of going for a close. So in the valve stem sales strategy after we get the price. We take the focus off of the. Price. And then go into telling the company story, how you know how our company came to be why we're in business why we show up to work every day. What goes on behind the scenes, and then also should the projects that are similar to the project where out there estimating at that moment to build trust. And then after that go for the clothes so rather than price close. We're going into the story trust building, which a lot of people do early on in the sales process. And then ultimately can't come back to Ben we're positioning it at the end. And I find that it's much more valuable there. It's interesting. We do a similar thing. We've we've assez process house a little bit different. I guess when we've got as such defy south process because we of the world, so we tend to we tend to deliver that case study so to scenario during the proposal size, which which does were which does what very well. And the other thing is like we want to treat it as a bit of a qualify. So we have like a. Price which is even before the south price keeps off. It's basically win. The inquiry comes in we got through a qualification process with with with lades, which makes three things first of all it. It gets the customer thinking about questions that we know answering gets him thinking a little bit Lhamo long term. And then it also brings into perspective the reality of whether or not we're going to be a good fit for Gela. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, we do the whole thing with qualifying them not everybody, you know, is a match in a fit for our company. So we do have a fairly rigorous qualification process up front and this really works though to close the deal with in home sales all the contractors out there. Listening can relate to it. You're in somebody's home fairly personal space. You're going through your working up the numbers. Now, you give them the number. How do you get from that point from once they get that number and they kind of put up this barrier. That's like don't be sold today. How do you get from that point to closing? And that's that's the point that this sales strategy really focuses on. And if you're out there listening. Certainly be qualifying customers. We all know just how expensive it is to drop what you're doing and run around giving estimates, even when you have a sales team dedicated sales team, it's still costly. And it's something that we're implementing with a about clones now as well. Especially the that do project will helping them really qualify. The conversations they're having we've laid Sar that they don't waste Tom on the coal. And even yesterday, I had a scenario way, you know, some go I. You must have a fan of articles on line or something. And he's saying this inquiry, and I said, hey, listen before we have this conversation. Just so we're on the same page. Could you feeling these foamy feel it in the form a cold him back read through the answers on these on his coding back to have the conversation? Because at that point..

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03:44 min | 3 years ago

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"And we're like, let's start this company. Let's do this. We could have we could have an awesome business here and really really take things up a level, you know, and really well and graduated in college at this point, we're twenty one that came back up, and it was just kind of like now's the time. There's no point in in deferring this any longer. Let's start this business and. Get it off the ground and just like that we were off. So were you when you went to college? What were you studying? I was studying accounting, so nothing all business. And you know, now, the accounting stuff is behind me. And while I did learn that, you know, just one of those things that never really came to be much for wish in in the real business world. So coming from interesting, actually, I would have thought accounting would've been extremely relevant. Come that's stage where you want your business? Yeah. You know, a lot of people think that, but when it comes to managing business in money. It's essentially revenue comes in revenue goes out. It's fairly simple concept. And if you can be disciplined if you understand it, it's not hard understand. Once you understand it as long as you can maintain discipline, your golden, you know, so a lot of the upper level stuff that they teach you in academe IX just doesn't really come back to apply in the world of running an operating business, and there's Randall do heart. He's a construction account. You might have had him on your pod. Gassed, I'm not sure, but he's on quite a few trains podcasts. He always says your business is eighty percent sales and marketing ten percent accounting and then ten percent actual operations. And I'd like that line especially coming from him. Who's a longtime practicing accounting and just does how much emphasis and focus should be on the marketing and sales things because that's really what makes your business tick. It's funny actually side because I'm always just last night rating of rating once again, the L Levy who's been re regular guest on the show, and he's he's seven pal contractor. But I'm reading his book once again last night. I was reading through the chapter where he's talking about the difference in accounting, and is your tax accounting, which is the accounting that you'll learn school, and I your accountant will drill into you. Then there's real world accounting. And then there's a cruel accounting on top of that, you know. So at the end of the day, though, if you've got no sales and revenue coming in you've got nothing to account for and I say you can. Outsource your accounting. Some trades can even outsource their actual production and operation through subcontractors. What does a small business? You have to be your best salesperson. So tell me I'm a little interested into how you that transition into well, what we would call here a trade, which effectively is your business. Obviously, if you've come from an accounting background, you wouldn't have had much of a clue when it comes to like the aluminum world. So had of that transition, look, and how did you learn that? Okay. Well, yeah, it actually done the aluminum work starting as a teenager. That was my very first job. And it was like fourteen years old hurricane came through my area absolutely leveled all of the exterior post and beam style structures that are gone now. Those my first job time to get a job that was it. Through college. I also worked for general contractor and at that point. I got my hands into administration the permiting the scheduling stuff like that. So I'd had my hands gonna trade essentially since I could work. Yeah. Coach. So in terms of actually becoming a aluminum contract. Is there any specific courses or training that you need to do which is legislated? Yeah. It is an actual legislative license here in the United States. You just can't go into business and do it. You have to pass a test. It's a fairly complicated test..

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03:28 min | 3 years ago

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"We've me regardless away around this wonderful planet and joining me today for a conversation. I'm having with Corey Philip corey's all the way from the US. Cory welcome. Hey, thanks for having me on the show. You betcha Corey where are you based on based out of Fort Myers. Florida southwest Florida, maybe three hours from Orlando that kind of puts it into perspective for everyone internationally, everyone knows where Landau is so three hours south of their sunny, south west, Florida. It's an awesome place and running the company from there. No snows, and what is the company so companies Gulf Coast, aluminum, we do structures that are called screen closures and the relatively unique to us in southwest, Florida. They exist kind of in our area and a few other states around there, you could think of as an exterior contract, and we knew how do you in-depth type work go Joe, okay? So you've been a member of that community afra- wall, and you've posted some cool things in there. One of the things that you've reached out to us about was a a suppose, we could call it a philosophy that you put together from south perspective, which is a pretty good conversation. We had going in the group. So I thought I'd get you back on the shuttle a little bit about suppose you you'll business where you came from. And then as a result, I'm a little bit about this hopefulness fiv got in terms of your selling strategy. So thank you much appreciated on not quite sure what time it is. Right now at seven PM in the evening. Okay. So yeah, it's knowing I am here at seven pm look. Totally opposites here. It's so tell us a little bit about Gulf Coast aluminium or Gulf Coast aluminum as you North Americans lacked pronounce. Yes. Yeah. So I can make fun missle one of us. Yes. Yeah. That's how we also over here. It's all aluminum, occasionally, we'll get you know, a lot of customers from outside of the country, and they will say that aluminium or something like that. But we call it aluminum to be fair. We actually spell it out you medium. So we have an extra the. The next year. I mean, you're dealing with vendors and customers after repeat our Email address, which has aluminum in it. I have to repeat that so many times just to get the spelling, correct? I couldn't imagine if we had another I in there that would just complicate it to hell. Yeah. Well, imagine if you're running a global business you would have to secure by those demands because I think a lot of places around the world. Spill a different. But anyway, maybe one day maybe one day, we'll be global company, but for now, there's the market just in a few county county everyone in North America will understand that. But that's kind of maybe like a province in your area. But there's just more market than we can capture locally. I mean, it's it's a growing market over here. Again, very big market. Okay. Cool. Cool. So anyways. Yeah. You'd asked. Well, I mean, you brought up a lot. You know, the story. I guess I should just start from the whole beginning. Well, let's let's take it back. So tell us a little bit about did you grow up in Florida. Yeah. I grew up in south Florida. Right. Where I am now in operating the business went to college there when I was young eighteen twenty one graduating college and got in touch with, you know, my kind of friend. I guess I shouldn't say got in touch. It makes it sound like we work, you know, in contact or anything, but my high school friend that I done this work with when I was in high school. You know, we kind of started talking like, hey, remember, we're younger when we were teenagers in high school..

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03:24 min | 3 years ago

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"Be able to know about pots and things that only tried he would will, then let's be smart and make sure the guards to try to answer it. So we can provide a really good at customer level of service, but on their abilities. If we get enquiries that you know taking -nology isn't really necessary. It's more about, you know, king job will finding adding formation. It's. Available and easy way within that can be done and really done well at a cost, effective y. Okay. Yeah, I think that's a big. I mean, that was always, I mean, that's probably the main bottleneck that I've seen in terms of what can be outsourced often that is less everything can be out. So it's Twitty. Great. Sorry, what, what are some of what is some of the the fundamental areas that you and your experience? Obviously, we relevant to try these podcasts. However, you and I both trades effectively a small business. I'm interested to save from your point of view, what are some of the areas that you see businesses outsourcing that make the biggest difference? Yeah. So I'll discern these from because he's a couple of things all look at the role. I say that gets the biggest results across the board. So this is for the business that maybe easing on the twos as much. So if you're a trade e and you've attained working for you, the role, I say that gets the most support. He's taking. The small and ten dollar an hour tasks of the business themselves. Like what? Okay. So for instance, in my company, like what I get my to do as a lot of things like managing my Email because that's a really big one in your. Absolutely. Okay. Can go into that one a little bit more and she wanted to know how we do that to be Jerry changes that because I mean a lot of guys, I mean myself two degree. I mean, obviously you've got Google filters, which are pretty good at filtering out a lot of spammy junk emails, but I'd be interested to say you had your the filters through emails important. So yeah, let's let's do it. Okay. Through win. Going back into my career. There was a point when I was working in these business where Email was taking a load of my time. Like a lot of my time was like three hours a day plus spending on Aimo and always looking at this and go. And this is madness. Like, how am I going to grow my business spending time on the things that are important if you Hoffa my, he's Spain taking on dealing with my inbox. Now I looked at this Gumbel biz and challenges because you know, obviously it's not something that I can just not do, but it's something that I need to reducing get rid of as much as possible. So I can be more effective, so win added in this way. Vita my inbox into three categories kind category. One is my friends or people that know my they, I is managing my books. So really good example. If my wife was to Email me and say, hey, can you got milk my VA disciplines? I, hey, it's driven get Charlie to get the milk on his way on that Email soul. There's no issue read that happening from there, and you know, been able even get to the point where that his message myemma books going, hey, Judy. Which is I, could you please tell Charlie bees? And that's fine. I'm completely cool with that category chewed is like a lotta emails coming to me that dislike pasta things that I didn't necessarily need to be responding to an oak. Give a few examples is like someone would Email asking for inflammation on something, so they go, you know, wins the proposal going to be out of the court or where can I find the information you website?.

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02:32 min | 3 years ago

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"A quick fin am metro i'm your host today and if you missed the first two episodes please go back and check them out the first one was being prepared and asking the questions in which we spoke about basically the questions that you can ask in order to make sure that your credit writing stays intact of a second episode we're talking about the reality of interest rates where we covered off on a spos the different types of interest rates that will be applicable to you based off your circumstance and you'll business circumstance so i got back and check that one out also which leads us into these third and final beside which had a structure finance so sean welcome back to the muck fine thanks for having me met pleasure to be back yeah it's good to i think we've done a pretty good job of making a seemingly on sixty topic relatively if you think so very good i think for the listeners out there i mean as you say there's a lot of questions out there in that community relating to finance and and you know you don't know what unites so the purpose of these podcasts in this series is to really give guys just a bit of direction into the finance world just to help them not make bad decisions and authorized questions i like in avoid potential scenarios which we've spoken about in the previous couple of episodes and then he's episode he the fauna one we're gonna talk a little bit about the more specifics around structuring finance and then how that might relate to the listeners out there and certain businesses when we're talking about structuring a finance is this question nece on suppose this is a question that's relevant to anybody in business not necessarily anybody is looking for finance but well specifically always good you numbers but i'm really curious if there's a lot of tones that have been thrown around in this when we're talking about equipment finance in iv should tell mortgages and track lease always stuff and i have no idea any sort of stuff might solve i'm i'm curious to hear what you know what always stuff means and what the right options are what the potential options awful potential business and that quantity so i mean i suppose these type so you could really be how long the string scenario but i really would just like to get a bit of a general live of youth that's cool yeah no all right so you're right helen's pace string it's sorta it's one cat feet soul the structuring of funds required sort of looking at a whole bunch of variable to arrive at will be cool a finance solution anyone can go out and organize finance like if you wanna buy woken at.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"Can't and usually open because if it's a one off little kind of customized you know it sounds bad but i'm just gonna achenese this somewhere else i the other day i had a client he stayed ooh they wanted to video some of my which ups and normally wouldn't would say yes to that because that's my pm actually still some videos which is crying already had so i thought you know looking at getting some new facilitators this is a these somew workshops that are done always do so this would be a great copy edited they do it in i can actually on that still on it membership saw myself or can give on suicide is to watch it so can we every that expertise that we share them with other without you know customers and then capture that to either again put into guide or you know how to you know the forty most calmness dykes when someone builds a pool or peaking approved contractor let stuff it's interesting weiner this podcast today to talk to you very quickly about trading webb guy's content creation program that program has been designed specifically for tried by organizations as a wine that you go is as tried business owners cain stott creating content that enables you to engage with your customers and your potential customers it will enable you to build trust and build report because what you're doing is you're investing in educating them biggest problem that we see with customers today that they're not regularly updating their websites and that's a problem because first of all the search engines looking for that and second of all attention customers are also king for tracy web content creation program has been specifically designed to help you get regular relevant content on your website consistently every month we know that a todd when you're out there on the tools and we know that sometimes you don't always have the time to be able to do these things yourself so we're taking it off your hands for it's a service that we're offering.

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01:59 min | 3 years ago

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"What have you doing in regards to first of all colliding collecting dada and second of all using it dude ethically so it's not rocket science like nobody wants to say like for any guys that was news to i'd be surprised all uconn import actual spreadsheets in sought span marketing to them that's not really news to anyone so just to properly do it the right way it often on your website and mike it valuable i should always be adding value and then once people optin for that give him information looking for giving relevant content give him stuff that they've come to you for information is no problem giving it to but just don't give them stuff is completely relevant to them all stuffing interested in or you know stuff i've never actually saw for in the first place so what a good a good work around to go i should've kept on this you know we talking about how to do it right with the marketing communication so when you are sending out for example if you have a system in place where when you're collecting sicom is you type in on site on sought for example sold on through and whatever in your terms and conditions to protect yourself you should have something in this is the mouse or the providence the the details that we collect at this point of the process will eventually be used to send you promotions discounts news that kind of thing just protect yourself from the onset so there's no animals when i come back and say hi y you sending me the stuff i will when you when you join it when you sign up for when you feel when you say being boys terms and conditions were attached clearly at law that we might send you stuff like this however if you wanna if you wanna move yourself on a problem at all we can reggie so just sort of try and protect yourself a little bit like think a little bit fold of that coffee and of course in that process you know we can review or ideally if you wanna remove yourself way to click down subscribe button and you received from the game and then you've gotta make sure that when you do that you know sending them stuff again so.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"During a lot of like customized mocking and this really cool little tricks tips that you can with programs which which put a visit our inner in a position where like a certain decision liking go down a certain part of communications for example his ibook on higher elevations of value to any book on advice is not on got on what hate does that am i tell you what a hit is wherever it is both of those buttons if i click on it you can apply separate tags two h one of him so you know they're sitting hybrid of ice will you know what a hate is and then you can fire off a different email to those people based off what they're interested in such really clever y of customizing your communications to make it relevant to that end user jumping back in this going to be some changes in the future and look i'm not a futurist by any measure however would be willing to bet that a lot of these things will happen at some point there's going to be a similar regulation to you know what we say with the gdp is gonna a regulation come around small businesses don't imagine it's going to be on edge that obey obviously is going by government legislation to a degrade so i think we'll probably start seeing markets sort of implements similar things around the world at some point and to be honest with you guys i think it's the better so it's gonna be great because it means that it's going to eliminate a lot of spammy emails and communications that we're getting web design company digital websites marketing stuff and the amount of emails that we die for people trying to sell websites is just ridiculous signing that was you guys do it's gonna hopefully alleviate a lot of that stuff anyway tom will tell right how i think there's going to be stricter remarketing those and let remarketing for those of you know familia es and you probably experienced this is some point you might go visit a website and checking something out and then you go jump on facebook and all the sudden you say all the ads popping up full that come.

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The Site Shed

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"shed" Discussed on The Site Shed

"And that's just sort of how i got started into business you know and plus we're talking a little bit about business actually like how did you guy from mike ties into future solutions i mean feature solutions these all about doll building so fences and cleaning and that kind of stuff is that right yes as actually haven't pretty good knowledge construction an expert in fancying i'm labeled as an expert in my area good reputation around there i mean honestly when when when i got in the business i didn't even really know how to retake measure you know and would just sell the jobs and and and i had a couple of guys that new couple of things and you know they're older gentlemen you know and and you know so i like you know what do you know how to do they are now inside houses you know so i'd start selling jobs decide houses and eventually you know anybody business tell you sometimes you know funding help is a hard thing and you know i would be last in the middle of job sites and you know everybody had you know either you know they're out partying or or who knows they went to jail or drinking and you know so i learned how to do this stuff and the more i did it you know the better i got at it dies here in a strike in both places around the world where you have to do like for the construction so by swerve you gotta do an apprenticeship go to get set of in and all that kind of stuff.

"shed" Discussed on The Site Shed

The Site Shed

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"shed" Discussed on The Site Shed

"I that's all it's jump broaden dealing with tried ortganizations on a daily vices plumbers builders electrons so on and so forth we see a lot of patents with companies that are looking to grow but a lacking the fundamental and the foundation tools that will help them facilitate that purse this podcast is probably brought to you by trading guys try to web guys specialize in creating amazing websites that serve as marketing launchpads if you're ready to take your business to the next level you really need to make sure that you've got a product which will enable you to do that maybe you need more leads maybe need higher conversion from the lazy getting maybe you need to reengage with your existing customers maybe content strategy maybe it systems and processes or automation in business is roll things that e web laws specialize in it specifically designed for trades and contract from so head across to try to eat webb guy's dot com dot au forward slash shed and you could fill in the form and get your complimentary audit valued at three hundred eighty five dollars if you wanna take business at the next level when something's have to change trade withdraws have you hit across the trade whip boys dot com dot four slash shed look for this week giving tried easing contractors around the globe the tooth to run a modern business you're listening to toolbox talks from the sought chet now he's your host matt joins.

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The Site Shed

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"shed" Discussed on The Site Shed

"Systems that's kind of the direction that way hated but i mean to start off with we need to look at state number one which is the critical client floor before we just jumping that there's an event coming up in manny which you're hosting on attending mellon sorry what it also manley but are sorry spice that within anyway that's coming up that he's going to be talking about system already and i think there's going to be a few tickets that we're gonna be you idol something that what we don't yet we'll have a little competition to give away one of the kids we're almost at capacity because we're doing it at the black men in melbourne can only take forty people i think we're already at about thirty five bat would love to get as some of your crew down there and we're basically going to map out this system and this system really is designed morpheus staff than it is view the first helpless dips the cape ann on but then once the team gets going the end of the guy really is to get them to drive these as a business on the innovation and winning be klein's and those sorts of things as it gets to a point huxley with i can step out from the operations today it's on the twentieth of april down here melbourne they wanna find out more just system all aji dot com forward slash live and if you can't event will record it in my side so the first is what we call the critical client floor and what someone needs to i is just get very clear on whatever the central product or services that sailing and also who is that they're selling took because you might be selling variety of different services and but what is the teepee cly they seem troll product with someone might stat and then they get introduced to your other products and services so let's say you're a plumber or something like that you have to think of what is one central service that you focus on i maybe it's unblocking toilets or something like that should just interrupt for secondary for the listeners out there vicious actually also a record screen costs are obvious guys wanna get a visual representation of what we're talking about you can hit across to fight.

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The Site Shed

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"shed" Discussed on The Site Shed

"For me let's jump rawdon again if you wanna go on what's this head across to the site shade dot com forward slash system is that's s y s t m s e and you'll be able to say that thank you what is the beginning of a new year and typically the beginning of a new as business owners we sit down and we try to map out a success path or a blueprint for our guys asians the reality is however as tried es and contractors many of us lacking the foundational and fundamental tools that can really form the launch pad for business this podcast is probably brought to you by trade web guards and try to webb guy's reminding websites that serve as a business launchpad perhaps you need to look professional law you need higher conversions from malaysia current getting with your marketing maybe you need some lead generation yourself maybe need some sort of automation or why that you can keep in contact regularly which existing customers and we've leads that may one day turn the potential customers maybe need systems and processes in your business try to go specializes in all we stuff and specific for treaties and contractors to head across to trade webb guy's dot com tom ford slash shed for such where you can fill in a form and you can climb your free audit valued at three hundred eighty five dollars again that linke's is webb guy's tri web wb g u s trade to guys dot com dada you forward slash shade sl for this i said the reality is folks if you want to thousand and eighteen to be any different from two thousand seventeen and some things are going to have to change during that two thousand nineteen become just another year make the.

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The Site Shed

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"shed" Discussed on The Site Shed

"Com gotta you ford slash shed for such where you can fill in a form and you can climb your free audit valued at three hundred eighty five dollars again that links trade e webb guy's tri web wb g u s trade webb guy's dot com dot au ford slash shade sl four this is the reality is folks if you want to thousand and eighteen to be any different from two thousand seventeen and some things are going to have to change during that two thousand nineteen become just another ye make the giving tried easing contractors around the globe the tools to run a modern business you're listening to bucks talks from the sought chet now he's your host matt joins reni bussey welcome to the well thank you madam excited to be here all the way from long island long island new york where we talk i'm sure that the a lot of our listeners out there that would think that on the one this makes funny but the judge of that that's right so we're talking customer service today ready this topic of course which is very close to our audience being tradespeople contractors etc i spent a lot of time in front of people and i want to thank you for your time today and sharing your expertise in this field with us we're my pleasure sire i mean look it's it's one of those things where are pigeon customer services is an ongoing work in progress it's not really a destination it's always a journey and there's always things you can do to improve it i set for myself and certainly for a lot of god's and seeing they invest a lot of time and a lot of resuls in a spies improving that customer relationships so out of these news making sure that technicians at trying correctly making sure they're presentable spate well now doing the right things however is always room for improvement as i said there's a lot of courses that there there's a lot of invoted komo's specialists out there do a lot of training up into a lot of these courses i've youth and some of them are took something from and some of them are certainly took a lot of things to do.

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The Site Shed

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"shed" Discussed on The Site Shed

"Yeah exactly so so let me start with the revenue model at the moment so the revenue model as for the first because we're still building databases database of hosting the database trades website is basically connection platform so a trade he will create a profile on a hostal create a profile they made on our sought and connected negotiating go from that and prepares revenue model for that is a subscription based but in two we get a number of hosting traits which with with setting the bach what high but it's what i want to do with beauty is database rapidly so for the fish you know thousand trades in and five hundred host nagin be free services for a period of time before we start charging on a subscription base or a connection base as we go along you haven't decided on an exact motor because we want to test it without customers i knew what you guys willing to want to pay for this connection so it gives them access to be able to travel in regards to getting trading to you know we have this the nation's connected to house let her sign on and then trace can go onto the site and see where host want people also ladies come to us and site hi i wanna go to europe cu we have dada base that we're building that we can start connecting people according to the hobbies needs once it's all good amount for somebody i want to go to europe but you got what do you want to go to europe all i wanna go to the desert what don't we go to morocco instead what didn't you hear what today so basically what we do at troubling jetties we also tyler destinations people's hobbies needs him once right yourselfer i'll.

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