When you’re busy painting, when do you really have the time to grow or expand your company? You DON’T! This is why it is important to take off your busy painting job and put your energy where it really counts: marketing & selling your small business. A painting business that is not marketed effectively will soon fall apart. It is as easy as that.
Your small business should be your number one priority. It is something that everyone wants, but no one is willing to put in the time necessary to properly market it. There are two ways that you can market your small business. You can either take it to a local party rental place and rent it out for a profit, or you can advertise it on the Internet. Both methods are successful, but I would recommend the second way to be the more effective method. You can make a small fortune with either method, and if done properly, you will find that people will even call up and book appointments to come to your painting business.
The first thing that you want to do when marketing your small business is to create a website. A website is one of the best tools that you can have in promoting your small business. People go online looking for information about your small business, and they want to know all about it. They want to know how long the business has been around, what kind of business you run, what your prices are, and much more. You don’t want your website to just be another glorified resume.