When you’re in business and trying to build your customer base – Home Advisor is a great way to source leads who are looking to find quality field service work. Especially when you’re starting out, getting a steady stream of new business is crucial to building and maintaining your business. So how do you do it? And what’s important to know before getting started?
1. First Sign Up to Home Advisorhttps://pro.homeadvisor.com/simple-sign-up/ You’ll enter a few basic details about your business, such as your company name and business type, in order to get started. They’ll also ask you to fill out your company information such as the type of work you’d like to get leads for, the area you’d like to serve, your billing information as well as list a few customer and business references.
2. Speak to an Online Marketing ConsultantNext, Home Advisor will assign an Online Marketing consultant to your account, who will walk you through the process of getting set-up.
3. Understanding The Fee Breakdowna. Paying for a Yearly Subscription: You’ll need to pay a yearly subscription fee to become a member of Home Advisor. I was quoted $348 for a yearly subscription but was told I could receive a discount and pay $288. b. Paying for Leads: Home Advisor recommends going live with only a few services that you’d like to focus on, receive leads and of course, pay for. Depending on your field of service, and the type of jobs you’d like to receive leads for, you’ll be able to take a look at what you can expect to pay. So, for example, if you’re an HVAC professional working out of Los Angeles, CA looking to receive leads for A/C and Cooling Systems, you can expect to pay a range of around $18 – $110. You can get an idea of what you’d expect to pay with the Lead Fee Schedule tool: https://pro.homeadvisor.com/billing/leadfees/
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