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House Keeping Business Phares
Posted by Anonymous on
11/20/2012 at 7:31 PM ET
my home housekeeping business name is Home Hysteria Solutions i am stuck on a phase
11/21/2012 at 1:02 AM
I am not getting what are you saying here. so please make it clear.
11/21/2012 at 1:18 AM
Hello, thank-you for helping
I am starting a residential cleaning business from home.
My name for the business is Home Hysteria Solutions
I am seeking help in a phase to describe my cleaning services?
11/21/2012 at 6:05 AM
Firstly I would like to know how the word hysteria is going to help people choose you. People want clean homes, not hysterical cleaners. Work out the solution you provide and work from there.
At the moment it seems you clean their home from where you are sitting in your living room ... but silliness aside, they don't want you living in their homes, either.
A few ideas in the mean time:
"When you open your front door it smells warm and inviting"
"After a long hard day, it's lovely to sit down in your clean livingroom"
Neither are very good, but will do for a start to find out if you like the approach.
Another thought is your customers don't need you to be mobile, they need you at their home when they want you.
To your success
11/21/2012 at 8:35 AM
Don't know what prompted you to pick that name, but "hysteria" is not something any rational person would associate with residential cleaning business. You might want to rethink your choice of names.
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