Why Your Pet Sitting Logo Is So Gosh Darn Important And How To Make It Stand Out

petbiz-logoFirst impressions really are everything. If you do not immediately grab the attention (and trust) of a potential client in a positive way, it’ll be unlikely she’ll ever become a client of yours.

As consumers, we make quick decisions that help us weed out the abundance of websites competing for our business. The growth of the Internet has quickly leveled the playing field for most anyone to open up shop and sell any product or service they desire.

The goal, however, is to quickly position yourself in the client’s eye as professional, reputable and reliable. Here’s the best way to do just that.

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14 Signs Your Pet May Need Immediate Attention and Care

pet-first-aidPicture this: you are caring for a client’s pet and notice a drastic change in its eating habits. Or the poor pooch has some sort of discharge oozing from her eye. Or worse yet, the dog is breathing in a way that can’t be good.

Something’s got to be done. And quick. What do you do? You remain calm, compose yourself and put your plan into action.

You do have a plan… don’t you?

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Set Your Pet Sitting Clients At Ease By Developing Your Personality

baby-personalityWhat makes a successful pet sitting business owner? How do you stand out from the competition and become the obvious choice for new clients? Let’s look into what personal qualities and traits are vital to your success.

Running your own pet sitting business and becoming your own boss is a dream come true for most people. However, without developing the necessary personal qualities and traits, you may quickly find yourself struggling to get off the ground.

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Is Your Pet Sitting Website A Magnet For New Visitors?

title-tag-intro1Your website’s title tag is by far one of the most important elements when it comes to search engine optimization (SEO).

SEO is just fancy talk for all the ways you hone, tweak and adjust various elements of your site to give yourself the best chance of popping up in the search results for the terms your clients would use to find you.

Google, along with the other search engines, places a lot of weight on a page’s title to determine where it shows up in its search results. Get it right and you’ll see a steady flow of potential new clients.

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Quick: How Successful Do You Think You Are?

think-successDr. Napoleon Hill. Think and Grow Rich.

If you’re not familiar with either of those names, it’s never too late to come along for the ride and enjoy the rewards.

“Think and Grow Rich” is Dr. Hill’s masterpiece book written more than 70 years ago, during The Great Depression. One of the best selling books of all time, his book is the result of more than twenty years of research and captures the essence of how success occurs and how anyone can achieve it.

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Are You Treating Your Pet Sitting Clients As Wonderfully As Their Pets?

cloud-heartsYou hear plenty about how to give proper care to the various animals we are hired to watch, but sometimes forget that we must treat the human (the pet owner) with the same care and respect.

After all, it is the human making the decision to hire the pet sitter. Without winning over the pet owner, you’ll never get to use your amazing skills as a pet sitter that you’ve worked so hard to perfect.

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7 Ways To Instantly Become More Credible and Win More Clients

credible-plantThe more a potential client sees you running your pet sitting business like a business, the greater chance you have at gaining that new client. If your clients see you running your business like a hobby or a side job, the less comfortable and willing they’ll be to hire you.

90% of your job, as pet sitter, is to gain trust. The pet sitter who gains the trust and confidence wins the client.

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5 Website Building Tools That Will Pamper Your Site Like It Deserves To Be Pampered

pamperUsing just any old website building tool for your pet sitting business may prove costly if the html code it uses to turn your design into a website is not search engine-friendly.

What do I mean by search engine-friendly?

When building a web page from scratch, for example, you have the luxury of including only the necessary code, keeping the behind-the-scenes jargon nice and clean (which the search engines love).

Strangely, some of the more popular web building tools add an exorbitant amount of code while ignoring some of the most important html tags needed to be search engine-friendly.

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