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Monthly Archives: May 2017

Smart Ways To Improve Your Business

The minute that you first opened your business was the same minute you should have started to look for ways to improve your business. That’s not to say you aren’t doing a good job but the only way to stay competitive is to constantly bring in new customers and look for ways to expand. The following are some smart ways to improve your business:


Talk With Your Customer Base

You’ve already built a relationship with your current clients. They trust you and you should put your trust into them. Keep the lines of communication open with them and find out exactly what you’re doing right and what areas you can work on to improve. You may also want to incentivize their business by offering discounts for referrals.

Bundle Your Services or Products

The best way for a restaurant to make money is to up sell things like wine, drinks and dessert. You could do the same thing in your business no matter what you’re selling or offering. Bundling together your products is a good way to offer savings to your customers. You just have to be flexible and not try and force a service on to a client that they don’t want.

Have A Limited Sale

Everyone knows that around the holidays the majority of businesses offer a special discounts. The idea is that more people are paying attention when they have a day off. Although that might be true, there’s no reason why you can’t have a limited sale or special promotion in between those holidays. This is a good way to attract new customers. It helps to have specific start and end dates for a sale. Of course, you need to let your customers know about your limited sale through texts, email blasts and other social media postings.

Put Social Media To Work

Speaking of social media, you should be putting that to work almost every day. It’s not just about sending out tweets or posts but also about bringing in new customers. That happens when you expand your circle by “liking” other related businesses and pages. That way those viewers can be introduced to your business.

Keep Things Clean

The number one complaint that many customers have about a business is its lack of cleanliness. This is something that is so easy to rectify. Your employees should always be cleaning if they’re not serving customers. Sometimes that cleaning requires bringing in additional help to remove bigger items like outdated promotional materials, display cases or packing materials. When you need to get rid of the big stuff, you want to bring in the big help from Junk King Detroit. One session with Junk King Detroit will have your business clean from top to bottom.

Tips For Coping With A Storm Power Outage

Thunderstorms are part of summer every bit as grilling hotdogs and catching lightning bugs. With those thunderstorms comes the potential for losing power. Already this year, there have been fierce storms that have knocked out power throughout much of Detroit. Thankfully, the municipal crews working for the local power companies are very quick with making repairs. But you can’t always count on a speedy turnaround especially with more severe storms. That’s why you have to be prepared in case of a power outage. Here are some things that can help.


Alternate Light Sources

The first instinct when power goes out is to reach for the candles. Although candles can provide plenty of light, they also are a fire hazard risk. That is especially true if you plan on lighting a lot of candles throughout the home. You might not even remember all the candles you have lit once the power comes back on. Alternate light sources could be battery-operated lanterns that you would find in any camping store. You could also take a headlamp, fill a gallon milk jug with water and strap the headlamp to the jug facing inward. This creates a bright lantern for the entire room.

Keeping Food Cool

When the power goes out that means your refrigerator will stop running. In a way, it can act as its own cooler provided that you don’t constantly open and close the doors. Of course, a power outage could be a good excuse to finish off the ice cream in the freezer! If you’re worried about keeping food from spoiling, then you can convert your washing machine into a cooler by filling it with ice. As the ice melts, it will all drain out.

Firing Up The Grill

A backyard propane grill is great source for cooking during a power outage. Just make sure your propane tanks are always full. If you are going to be cooking in the dark, then make sure you bring one of those alternate light sources outside with you.

Batteries and flashlights

Your home should have at least four or five flashlights with backup batteries. These flashlights should actually be scattered throughout the house. Just imagine having to cross downstairs in total darkness. Also, switch your phone to airplane mode to save your battery life when not in use.

After the storm is over and the lights come back on, you might discover that you have a lot of storm debris that has been dumped in your yards. Don’t count on the city to clean this stuff up. Instead, you can rely on Junk King Detroit for fast removal of all kinds of storm debris. The team from Junk King can also provide a rapid response if you happen to have any flooding in your basement in need to remove carpet or furniture.

Stay safe during the next storm by being prepared for a power outage.

Junk King Detroit Metro
1260 Rankin Dr. Ste. A
Troy, MI 48083
Hours: M-F: 7A-5P, Sa: 8A-1P

Providing junk removal services to the Detroit Metro area, including:

Auburn Hills
Bloomfield Hills
Charter Twp Of Clinton
Grosse Pointe
Royal Oak
St Clair Shores
Sterling Heights
Waterford Twp
West Bloomfield Township
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