Do you know the true definition of the word “fan”?
And more amazingly, did you know that a ‘fan’ is an abbreviation of the word ‘fanatic’?
So, when you are a fan of something, it suggests you are a fanatic of that thing.
As you know, the definition of a fan is: an enthusiastic devotee, follower, or admirer. (Thanks, Dictionary.com!)
Thinking about your own pet sitting business and client base, you probably have some true fans of your business, right?
You know those clients that sing your praises, love everything you do and how you do it, and can not live without you.
How wonderful would it be to have even more fanatics of your service?
It’s possible to follow a proven path to increase the chances of gaining many more fans of your business.
And it’s these fans that will keep you in business, keep you sane, and actually help grow your business with you.
This Video Clip Helps Get The Ball Rolling.
At the 2013 PetSittingOlogy Conference, we were lucky enough to have keynote speaker, Maribeth Kuzmeski kick off the event with her presentation, “And The Clients Went Wild! Strategies from the Playbooks of Successful Companies for Winning New Business.”