“Debbie is the number one expert in the cleaning professional space and I’m thrilled to be able to share her wisdom with a larger audience. If you’ve ever heard Debbie speak, you come away inspired." - Justin Potter, CEO of Cleanify.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 17, 2016
Cleanify, the leading online marketplace connecting customers to independent house cleaning services across the U.S. and Canada, announces a partnership with cleaning industry expert Debbie Sardone to furnish business advice for house cleaning professionals in a free weekly email newsletter. Debbie Sardone is America’s top cleaning industry expert— she grew her cleaning business Buckets & Bows Maid Service into a multimillion dollar business, founded Cleaning For a Reason (a nonprofit that provides free house cleaning for cancer patients), and provides consulting advice at TheMaidCoach.com. Sardone has been featured on Oprah, the Today Show, People, and Reader’s Digest, and is a L’Oréal Women of Worth Honoree.
“Debbie is the number one expert in the cleaning professional space and I’m thrilled to be able to share her wisdom with a larger audience. If you’ve ever heard Debbie speak, you come away inspired. The weekly newsletter is our way of amplifying her knowledge to a wider group and helping the cleaning community become more efficient and profitable,” said Justin Potter, founder and CEO of Cleanify.
In addition to providing this weekly newsletter with expert business advice for cleaning companies, Cleanify offers the Cleanify Pro platform, a free set of web tools that cleaning services can use to attract new customers and grow their business.
The newsletter will cover topics ranging from how to hire and retain the best employees, how to train your staff to thoroughly and efficiently clean, how to set your hourly rate, whether to utilize a call center, how to get repeat customers, how to handle theft claims from clients, and many more areas of interest. There is no fee to sign-up for the newsletter or for Cleanify Pro.
“I’m excited to share the knowledge I've gained over the years from starting a house cleaning business from scratch and growing it into a million dollar operation with many happy clients and employees. When I was first starting out, I learned by trial and error and there were no resources to get industry-specific advice on what to do and what not to do. I want to help people skip the mistakes I had to make by offering practical advice in the newsletter,” said Sardone.
Cleanify was launched in 2012 by Justin Potter, Amanda Potter, and Luis Sanchez. “We knew we could help small businesses compete in today’s online environment by giving them the tools they needed to thrive and attract customers,” said Potter. By providing these tools, Cleanify helps established local businesses focus on doing the work they do best--cleaning. To drive customers to these businesses, Cleanify empowers people who care deeply about their community to support local establishments by hiring them for cleaning services.