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The Round-Up: How to Turn Brush-Offs into Opportunities, A Guide to Cleaning Oriental Rugs, What it Means to Have a “High Touch” Business, and the 8 Dirtiest Public Places to Avoid

Turn Brush-Offs Into OpportunitiesGreetings, and welcome to the Round-Up! The Round-Up is a feature where we collect some of the more interesting cleaning industry stories from around the web and present them to you in one convenient post.

Please enjoy, and let us know if you have any coverage suggestions.

How to Turn Brush-Offs into Opportunities,” Geoffrey James, Inc.com.

Just because a potential client isn’t interested now doesn’t mean they won’t be interested in the future. Learn how to spot an opportunity when a prospect brushes off your offer: read moreĀ here.

A Guide to Cleaning Oriental Rugs,” Randy Pierce, CleanFax.

Randy Pierce shares his wisdom on the complicated processes recommended for cleaning various types of decorative rugs. Read the full article here.

What it Means to Have a ‘High Touch’ Business,” Karl Stark and Bill Stewart, Inc.com.

How hands-on are you with your customers? Here is an article explaining why more interaction with your clients can boost your business. Read more here.

The 8 Germiest Public Places to Avoid,” AARP.

Germs are everywhere, but some places have quite a bit more than others. Here are the eight grossest things to avoid touching in public. Read the full article.

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