Being able to work from home can be bliss. You can set your own hours, wear your favourite tracksuit and you don’t have to worry about the boss catching you on Facebook. But it does have its drawbacks – the chief one arguably being the isolation.
Initially, the peace and quiet when you work on the net from home can be bliss. But humans are naturally sociable animals, and the lack of human contact can get you down if you’re not careful. Many remote workers miss the office banter and camaraderie of the office, which can lead to them giving up the remote worker lifestyle altogether.
So if you want to build a happy, productive career doing work on the net, you need to find ways of getting enough human interaction during the week.
Here are some ideas:
1) Schedule coffee breaks or do lunch with other people you know that also work from home in your local area.
2) Pick up the phone to speak to a client, rather than send an email
3) Go for a walk at lunchtime. This will help clear your head and help you feel rejuvenated, rather than slumping in front of the TV for an hour
4) Join a local gym. This gives you an opportunity to engage in at least some interaction with other people, and there are few truer sayings than ‘healthy mind, healthy body’.
5) Go to the supermarket rather than buy your groceries online
6) Join or organise Meetups in your local area for freelancers that work on the net. This is a great way of replacing your office’s Friday night drinks after work session
7) Consider renting desk space, even if it’s only for a couple of days per week
8) Take your laptop to the local coffee shop or library for the afternoon
9) Chat with friends on Instant Messenger that also work on the net. Just remember to switch it off when it’s time to get some work done
10) Interact virtually by joining discussions in forums, on blogs and in special interest groups on LinkedIn. This is also a great opportunity to promote your remote working business by including your website address in the signature
You could also join an evening class, local book club or do some volunteer work. There are, in fact, loads of things you can do to replace the interaction you’d normally find in an office.
Remember, social interaction is important for your happiness and productivity. So think about how you can apply some of the ideas above so that isolation doesn’t put the brakes on your dream of being able to work on the net from home.
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While times are tough, people are watching their dollars and hunting for bargains online. This makes it the perfect time to start a work from home business selling products you create yourself or can buy cheaply for a healthy profit.
If you are artistically inclined, why not try creating a designer brand of your own (as my sister is doing)? You could create designer mugs, birthday cards or T-shirts to sell to people who like something unique and different to mass produced items.
It’s relatively cheap to get items printed with your designs or you can buy equipment so you can work from home printing them yourself. A fantastic way of giving your self designed items that extra special touch of exclusivity is to limit each design to a batch of 100. You should then mark every item with its batch number and create a certificate confirming its uniqueness. Creating a story behind your designs is also a very effective marketing tactic.
If you’re planning on selling people’s unwanted items, then charity shops and yard sales are a great place to look. In particular, look out for designer clothes that are still in good condition which you can sell to label conscious fashionistas.
Other items that can sell well (in my experience) are old board games and video games (particularly if the boxes are in good condition). In fact, I made over $1000 selling old games, clothes and other items when moving house.
You have two main options for your work at home job selling online:
1) Sell on eBay
This gives you access to a massive potential market. The best advice is to always start your auctions low to attract bids in the hopes that a bidding war ensues and pushes prices up. You should also write honest descriptions and deal with complaints politely so you can build a trustworthy reputation and attract plenty of bidders.
The big drawback of eBay is that it’s difficult to charge a premium for products on a website that is seen as a glorified car boot sale. You also have to pay eBay every time you list.
2) Create a website of your own
This might be a better option if you want to sell unique items you’ve created yourself or have a niche market. Creating your own website enables you to brand it and create a selling environment that enables you to charge a higher price. The drawback is that it can take a while to build traffic to your website, through the search engines, social media and forums. But if you’re passionate about the items you’re selling, then starting a blog is an effective and enjoyable way of growing search engine traffic.
Doing work from home selling on auction sites and your own site can earn you a very profitable income. It takes a lot of work though, finding items, listing them, packaging them and dealing with customers. But many people have found it to be an excellent way to work on the net from home.
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When you have a team of employees doing remote work on the net from home it can be a challenge to build team spirit or to motivate them as you would in an office. You can’t have informal chats around the water cooler or the luxury of being able to praise or discuss failure face-to-face. However, it’s vital to find a way of replicating this interaction with remote workers. Otherwise they can feel mentally isolated and detached, leading to collaboration and productivity problems.
So how can you build a team sprit with staff doing remote work on internet from home? Here are six tips that can help:
1) Create a clear vision on your goals – Ensure everyone understands what you are trying to achieve and why their contribution is important
2) Make time for small talk – Encourage internet employees to share funny stories, chat about the sports and have informal chats as you would in the office. Instant messenger and Skype are perfect toolsfor these brief ‘getting to know you’ conversations. Informal chats go a long way towards team and rapport building, which in turn leads to improved collaboration and productivity amongst internet employees.
3) Check progress regularly – Tools like 5pm Project Management Software and Dropbox make it possible to check the progress of progress at any time and from any location. This virtual equivalent of looking over an internet employee’s shoulder should be good motivation for them to work productively even when doing work on the net from home.
4) Measure output in results, rather than hours – Working with remote workers needs a slightly different approach to that in a 9-5 office. A key benefit for internet employees is the ability to work a more flexible work schedule. Using Hive Desk remote workers can clock in and out of the projects they are working on. It also provides you with productivity data and screen captures so you can monitor activity and encourage remote staff to work productively.
5) Create a team identity – Design a logo or motto with your mission statement. Send out t-shirts and baseball caps with the team name and encourage your internet employees to wear them on Skype or conference calls.
6) Organise weekly progress reports – Find time to get the whole team together onto a group video or voice call so you can discuss problems, offer praise or talk about where things are going wrong. Bringing your whole team together into a virtual meeting is a great way of making sure you’re all on the same page and problems are discussed openly.
Having internet employees working remotely certainly poses some challenges. But remote working is going to major trend, so it’s important to make good use of the communication and productivity tools available (like Skype, instant messenger and Hive Desk) to ensure remote workers feel like part of the team and stay motivated so you can keep projects on track even though people’s desks might be many miles apart.
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According to research by IDC, 75% of the American workforce (and 35% of the global workforce) will be working remotely, in some form, by 2013. It’s a fact that the nature of how we work is changing fast – no longer is work restricted to the office but internet employees can now work from home, at a coffee shop and literally anywhere with an internet connection.
This rapidly changing approach to work offers great life/work balance benefits for employees but poses significant challenges for employers. One of which is how to perform remote worker training and the on-boarding of home based employees.
However, we often underestimate how much training in the workplace is actually self directed, with guidance from existing staff as and when needed. With this in mind, it’s perfectly feasible to offer remote workers and internet employees the same level of training they’d get in the office using modern software applications.
At a basic level, you could email the training material and then setup group Skype calls or instant messenger chats for resolving questions and hosting group training sessions. But for a more business focused solution, you should look at a dedicated remote working training solution like ‘Go to Training’.
Developed by Citrix Online (which also launched the popular Go To Meeting web conferencing solution), Go To Training has been specifically designed for today’s modern remote workforce. It makes it quick and easy to setup remote worker training sessions, saving the time and travel costs of attending in person.
All the training materials can be stored in a central resource, and during training sessions, which can be held for up to 200 people, remote workers can raise their hand digitally to ask questions. You can also set tests, record sessions and set a timer for breaks. So with all these features, Go To Training offers an enterprise grade remote worker training solution for minimising on-boarding time and maximising the productivity of internet employees and remote workers.
You can try out Go To Training for yourself to see how it can benefit your business with a 30 day free trial.
N.B. The links in this article are affiliate links but I never recommend anything I wouldn’t use myself or I consider the best solution available for businesses.
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Would you like to be able to work from home? A lot of people do. Being able to set your own timetable and to work in coffee shops, in the park or from wherever there’s WiFi certainly sounds appealing. And, despite what some managers might think, studies show that working from home can also improve your productivity. Without the distractions of office chatter and the commute to work every day, you can get a lot more done. And I’m sure everyone wants to be their own boss.
Working from home can have its downside though. It can feel isolating not having work colleagues around to interact with. And being able to choose their own hours isn’t right for everyone; some people need the watchful eye of a manager to keep them motivated.
Perhaps the biggest hurdle of working from home, however, is being able to find enough work so you can support yourself. Just like any other business, it takes time to market yourself, to build up a portfolio and to find enough clients to keep you busy and to earn enough to pay the bills. But plenty of people have done it and are able to work from home running a successful online business.
Here are three ways of making money online working from home on the net:
Freelance writer or copywriter
If you are hoping to become the next JK Rowling then you might need a reality check. It took her many years of living on little money and dealing with book refusals before Harry Potter was published and she became the billionaire she is today. The fact is that for every JK Rowling there are a million struggling writers, and it’s getting even tougher with the rise of eBooks and online piracy to make money as a fiction writer. Instead, a more profitable market is to target businesses as a freelance copywriter.
Businesses, both big and small, need writers all the time to write press releases, brochures, blogs, email marketing campaigns and now video scripts. The big companies also pay great rates for competent, reliable copywriters with a mere dash of creativity. So if fancy yourself as a wordsmith, starting an online business working from home as a freelance copywriter is a real possibility.
Virtual Personal Assistant
There are thousands if not millions of businesses that need the assistance of a virtual assistant to look after all the admin tasks they don’t have time for. This could include answering the phone, responding to customer emails, filling in spreadsheets, writing letters and all the other tasks a secretary would do in a conventional office.
The internet and modern communication tools like Skype mean that it’s not possible to provide all these services working from home just as though you were based in the office. Another benefit is you can work on the net for more than one client at once – so long as you are well organized, of course.
Many people now work on the net from home in affiliate marketing. In simple terms, this involves creating websites relevant to a specific interest (like this one) or a problem that people have, like weight loss. You then make money through people clicking on the advertising links for products that relate to their interest.
There’s a lot to learn if you want to start doing affiliate marketing. This includes how to setup a website, how to drive traffic and the best ways of promoting offers to your visitors. This can take months, if not years, to learn how to do well.
I started investigating affiliate marketing earlier this year, but I’ve already been working on the net from home for the last six years. If I was to start from scratch, with no knowledge of how to build a website and the other skills you need, my recommendation would be to sign up for a reputable course, such as Bring the Fresh, which teaches you all the skills you need to create money making websites. This will save you a lot of time, and the upfront investment is worth it compared to trying to piece everything together yourself from various forums and articles strewn around the web.
After learning how it’s done, it’s then up to you to practice what the course teaches you and to find a profitable niche you are interested in, because there is a lot of article writing involved.
Dont believe the scammers – making money online is hard work
So as this post highlights, there are plenty of ways you can work on the net from home. But as with everything in life, you should be prepared for some hardwork and to avoid the many scams that promise to show you how to make $100s or $1000s every week for very little effort. If it was that easy, everyone would be doing it.
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There’s no shortage of online
scams courses that claim to show you how to make $100s or even $1000s from the luxury of your home for very little work. They talk about ‘push button’ solutions that enables you to make money on autodrive while you sleep. If only life were so easy, we’d all be millionaires by now.
The fact is that, just like any job, making money online takes determination, perseverance and a heck of a lot of hard work. If you’ve arrived here looking for a get rich scheme, you’ve come to the wrong place.
However, it is certainly possible to make money working from home. And a lot of it, if you’re prepared to put the hours in.
What is Work from No Home?
Work from No Home is an online marketing course that claims to show you how to make $12,000 a month with just a laptop, an internet connection and minimal setup costs. Does it work? Well, it certainly comes from two internet entrepreneurs with good pedigree.
The course is endorsed by John Chow – a guy who earns a million a year from his blog and is a big cheese in internet marketing circles. The brains and creator of Work from No Home is Peng Joon – a young man from Malaysia who has amassed a millionaire’s income working from home online over the last eight years.
Joon first started making money online by creating guides for video games, like World of Warcraft and Diablo 3. But his main source of income over the years has been setting up websites and then making money from affiliate sales. In Work from No Home he shows you how he does it.
What’s covered in Work from No Home?
The course shows you how to setup websites relating to a particular niche (such as dog training or weight loss) and then earning commission through recommending other people’s products. It comprises of seven modules which cover everything you need to know about affiliate marketing. This includes the basics, such as buying a domain and setting up a website, to advice on how to find profitable products to promote and then how to drive visitors to your website from the search engines a.k.a. SEO.
Everything is explained to you, step by step, and you also get a 30 day action plan blueprint which outlines exactly what to do to get your websites setup and making money. One of the big compliments the course has been receiving is that its advice on driving traffic to your website(s) is bang up to date; It takes into consideration the latest changes to Google’s algorithm, namely its ‘Penguin’ and ‘Panda’ updates, so you dont need to worry about using dated strategies that stopped working years ago.
Joon also provides real life examples of his strategy in action to prove it works and to give you an idea of the money you could be making online.
Work from No Home essentially pulls together all the information it would take you weeks, or even months, to collate together yourself. Comprising of videos, screenshots and detailed instructions, everything is covered from start to finish. When I think about the amount of time I’ve invested in the last year trying to make sense of the best ways of setting up affiliate websites, $37 seems like an excellent investment and means you can be making money quicker.
What’s more, Work from No Home comes with a 60 day money back guarantee. This is double the amount of time it should take you to start making money working from home. So if you don’t make any profit, ask for your money back.
As mentioned, this isn’t a get rich scheme. It takes perseverance and hard work. But if you’re serious about earning an extra income working on the net or want to replace your day job altogether, then Work from No Home shows you how it can be done.
Another option is the Bring the Fresh marketing course, which I discuss in this post.
Disclaimer – remoteonlineworkfromhome.com is essentially an affiliate marketing website, just like those taught in the Work from No Home course. This means I make commission on any sales made when people click through to the advertiser’s page. This applies to the links in this article. If you’d prefer, this is a commission free link to the Work from No Home site: http://www.workfromnohome.com
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There are 1000s of small businesses that need help with administrative tasks they don’t have time or the manpower to do themselves. Rather than hire a fulltime secretary, many are now choosing the convenience and cost savings of hiring a virtual personal assistant that can work on the net from home.
As well as only needing to pay them when they need a task doing, businesses also save on the cost of office space and equipment. So it’s a win win situation all round.
You can work from home and work for clients literally all over the world. This means that if you have the right skills and market yourself well then it’s possible to earn a substantial salary as a virtual personal assistant.
So what skills do you need?
You need to be able to multitask and able to handle the pressure of managing three or more clients at once. Clients will expect the same level of professionalism they’d get in the office, so you need to be punctual in responding to telephone calls and emails.
The task you could be asked to do could include typing letters, proof reading, scheduling appointments, research and answering their helpline. And my advice is always to find ways to expand your services to make yourself more valuable to clients. So why not offer to look after website updates, create slideshow presentations, manage their Twitter and Facebook campaigns and to put together their email newsletter? Being able to work on the net means there are many tasks you can do for clients that weren’t possible (or didn’t exist) 20 years ago.
As with many work from home jobs, it’s a competitive market out there. So before you jump into searching through job listings and freelancer websites for work, consider getting a virtual assistant qualification and putting together a simple website to promote your services.
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Working from home and baby sitting your toddlers at the same time is just impossible for some. But every difficult situation has got its own formula. Although it varies to the needs of your children. If both parents are working at home you could devise a plan to balance your professional from your personal needs. Determine what strategies are going to work and what isn’t. Given that you are on a tight budget and hiring a nanny is out of question. A better strategy would be to take turns on the errands, household chores and the baby sitting. Let them watch some educational materials on TV or you can get them a tablet and buy educational apps for toddlers. It would occupy their mind momentarily and you can continue on your work without a distraction.
I have been working online for almost 3 years now and I am having a blast at first. Along came my baby boy and I started falling apart. A newborn baby is quiet easy to babysit because they will just sleep and sleep for 16-18 hours a day. But when he was already 1 year old. He doesn’t sleep that much and becomes unmanageable. I can’t concentrate on my work most of the time because he keeps on barging into my room and wants to sit on my lap and types on my keyboard. I always keep my door open for him so that I could easily look out what he is doing at the living room. My strategy was, to let him watch Disney jr. or Nickledeon. But after a few hours he became uninterested and wants my attention. What makes it worse is that his motorskills are now developing and he just climb anything he sees climbable. Like on top of the table or swing himself onto the bar stools. I get a heart attack every time he pulls stunts like that.
Toddlers needs full attention and its hard if you are a single mom. But I think the one thing that helped me get through this is the support of my family. If you can manage to live somewhere near your relatives then it’s a big help. Another thing my 1 year old is fond of are nursery rhymes. He can sing and dance with these videos for hours. Also, try to get the chance to work while your toddler is sleeping. It works out well for me for the past 15 months.
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When people ask me what do I do and after I tell them I work from home they often say how lucky to be living their dream job. Oh yes, I feel lucky. Working from home is a great lifestyle choice. But there are many challenges that I have to face every day, one of which is not getting distracted and losing focus on my work.
Unlike the conventional office job, where you’re confined in your cubicle from 8am – 5pm everyday, when you work from home you are often distracted with home chores, your kids and neighbors. By the time you are done with chores and stuff, you will be surprise that it’s already past 5pm and you have not even finish a single task for your home based business. If you have just started working from home, and are in the same boat, don’t be discouraged. There are many ways to boost your productivity and stay focused on getting your work done when working at home.
9 tips for being more productive working from home
1. Setup your own office at home – You don’t have to occupy an entire room for an office but make an effort to set up a work area. Your workspace should have everything you need within reach to get you through the day. By simply creating area where your work gets done, instead of working on the kitchen table or sofa, it can help you focus.
2. Track your time by hand – Use a 15 minutes increment in writing down everything that you are doing at that moment, from 7am-7pm. So that at the end of the day you will able to identify when you slacked and when you were most productive so you can plan the next day better.
3. Invite someone else to work with you in your home – There are times when you can lose motivation when you are working from home alone. Sometimes, you get tempted to switch on your television or start doing the chores. Having a peer or a partner come over to work with you can help you maintain your focus.
4. Work from somewhere else – When household chores are calling and tempting you to stop working to do the laundry or clean the bathroom, then maybe it is time for you to get out of the house. You can head up to the library, coffee shops or somewhere quiet enough for you to work free from distractions.
5. Dress for Work – Changing from your pajamas and into a smart shirt or blouse will help signal the beginning of your workday. “It is also important to set your mindset that you are in a place of business and that you are a professional.” Says Claude Delgado, founder of D Graphic Solutions.
6. Reduce Web Clutter – Get rid of the unnecessary tabs on your browser other than those that are related to your work. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram should not be open unless you are done with your work for the day. These social media sites will take much of your time faster than you even know.
7. Self-discipline – It is I think the hardest to enforce, but if you trained yourself on the process you will be surprised on the amount of work you get done at the end of the day. So when you are about to get up for a drink or some snacks, just wait a little while more after you finish your task and you can reward yourself afterwards.
8. Answer phone calls and e-mails in batches – I always have a hard time ignoring my phone while working. This is especially true if it’s a family or special someone calling or texting me they just don’t get the concept that I’m working from home and not on hliday. They won’t stop calling until you pick up your phone. So try letting your calls go to your voicemail until you are ready to return them all in one session.
9. Reduce desk clutter – Get rid of all the clutter and the stuff you your desk that can mess with your concentration, like the mail, newspapers or your iPad. Removing these distractions will help you to work for longer and make every day of working from home more productive.
Following these tips will help you to stay focused on your work without the need of a boss to keep an eye on you. Remember that working from home is something many people dream of being able to do and a privilege. Just make sure you use your time wisely and stay productive so you can continue enjoying the work from home dream.
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This blog started life as a resource for sharing business ideas for ways of escaping the 9 to 5 and starting your own business working from home. There are, however, also many types of offline businesses you can start at low cost and grow based on your own hard work and initiative. Starting a roof cleaning happens to be one of them. You don’t need to spend much on equipment to get started and the profits can be big. You can, in fact, charge up $1500 (£1000) to clean someone’s roof – a job that takes less than a day to complete.
The potential income you can earn starting a roof cleaning business are potentially huge. But as always, the key to success is doing your research before you start clambering over people’s fragile roof tiles spraying chemicals and rinsing them off with a high pressure hose.
Why do people need roof cleaning services?
You might question whether many people would want their roof cleaning at all? After all, who ever looks at their roof in between jumping in and out of their car? But there are a number of very good reasons why starting a roof cleaning business is an exceptionally viable proposition:
1) Leaving algae, moss and limestone to spread can cause permanent damage – rather than just an eyesore, algae, moss and limestone can dramatically reduce the lifespan of a roof by years unless they’re regularly cleaned off. These fungal pests feed on shingles, tiles and on the glue that holds them all together, leading to gradual loss and deterioration that will ultimately lead to the whole roof needing to be replaced. When you consider the average roof costs $15,000, paying out $1500 to have it cleaned makes obvious financial sense.
2) A clean roof can raise the house price – You can spend a fortune on landscaping, cleaning the windows and on the home’s inner furnishings. But the cleanliness of the roof is always going to be one of the first and last things potential buyers will see that will shape their opinion. A clean roof, free from algae, moss and lichen, will raise people’s impressions and valuations of a property.
3) Competing with the Jones’ – Nobody wants to be the house on the street with the grotty algae stained roof, when all their neighbours’ roofs are clean and pristine. Clean one roof on the street and you can look forward to a snowball effect as everyone else signs up to avoid being the neighbour letting the street down.
4) Add on services – Along with roof cleaning, you could also offer to clean people’s drains and the exterior walls of their house. You won’t need much in the way of extra equipment and you can raise your profits while still being onsite.
The best long-term businesses are ethical businesses
It’s worth noting that roof cleaners don’t always have the best of reputations. This is thanks to the cowboy behaviour and attitude of some disreputable roof cleaners. Some will say they run a roof cleaning business as an excuse to inspect someone’s roof before informing them that the whole roof needs to be replaced.
This is a service they’ll happily provide for an inflated fee. The fact is that in most cases all that’s needed is thorough cleaning of algae, lichen and moss. And in this hyperconnected world we live in, where reputations can be built and destroyed on the internet, it pays to take an ethical approach that wins you recommendations and praise from customers, rather than a smash and grab attitude of trying to hoodwink people into paying for services they don’t really need to try and make a fast buck.
What equipment will you need to start a roof cleaning business?
One of the great things about starting a roof cleaning business is that your upfront costs are relatively low. All you need is a pressure washer, bleach and detergent and you’re good to go. The trick is ensuring you know the pitfalls of roof cleaning and have a USP that separates you from the competition.
The first step is to avoid the mistake made by many roof cleaning businesses (and home owners) of cleaning their roof with a hose with too much pressure. Roofs are flimsy and fragile and using a hose at a pressure designed for cleaning chewing gum off the pavement (1500 psi or greater) is likely to do more damage than good. Instead, roofs should always be cleaned with a chemical cleaning system and then spray cleaned at a pressure that’s higher than a garden hose but lower than that of a conventional high pressure hose.
Creating a USP when starting a roof cleaning business
John White of Allclean Professional External Cleaning Contractors created a roof cleaning business that was generating $120,000 by its third year, putting his salary way above many of his former classmates with college educations and high powered careers in the corporate world. He was able to generate this income through being able to offer something his competitors didn’t – the ability to clean roofs without a high pressure hose.
White achieved this advantage for his roof cleaning business through his experience in the air conditioning and heating business. He used this knowledge to build his own custom designed pressure hose. What’s more, the rig he designed is able to clean roofs in less time and with half the chemicals of a conventional roof cleaning rig. This means he’s able to earn more money per hour while spending less on supplies, helping him to earn bigger profits than his rivals.
Get a step by step guide on how to build a low pressure roof cleaning machine
You can get a step by step guide on how to build a low pressure roof cleaning rig like White’s on his website. What’s more, you can find out which chemicals you’ll need and where to purchase them. He also explains how to make a ‘Roof Gitter’ for cleaning steep pitched roofs which aren’t safe to walk on and are difficult to clean using conventional methods.
The roof cleaning business is a relatively untapped market where you can charge high fees for a service with exceptionally low running costs and a huge potential market of customers. White’s guide to creating a low pressure cleaning rig for giving your roof cleaning business the edge over the competition is also sold with a two month money back guarantee. So if you aren’t satisfied with the information, and it doesn’t propel you towards earning a comfortable living cleaning roofs, then you can ask for your money back.
Click here to check out John’s guide to starting a successful roof cleaning business.
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