1. Nail Down Your Pricing Model
Is your pricing model clear and easy to understand?
Before setting up to sell your house cleaning service online, you need to know exactly how your pricing model works.
Do you charge per hour? Per service? Do you have packages and add-ons? If so, what are they?
If you don’t know where to start, do some research to see what other home cleaning businesses in your area are doing in terms of pricing. That can help you figure out a ballpark for the amounts you should charge, but also inspire you for how to package your pricing.
However, figuring out your pricing model is only half the battle.
Your pricing needs to be easily understood by online visitors. If prospects have to dig through several online layers to find detailed pricing info, you’ve got some work to do.
Be upfront about your pricing model. If a certain add-on costs more than the regular package, state so. Don’t make your prospects pick up the phone and chase you down for the details.
If you have a personalized pricing feature on your website, even better! Clients can play around on your site and explore all your package options while knowing exactly how much they will need to pay for specific home cleaning services.