I may have to rethink Group0n and also website residential bidding.

Thad

WCR Sales & Founder PWRA
I have been totally sceptical about Group0n. It seemed like a good way to lose your shirt to me and we have all heard horror stories.
I also wasn't too interested in having customers get a quote from my website.

This is making me have seconds thoughts about both:

http://responsibid.com/2011/06/28/g...029554621_17295891_10150242083904621#fddb359c

Curt and Jason were both speakers at NOLA 2011 and are returning for NOLA 2012. I respect them both a lot and look forward to hearing them speak again. I'm not a ResponsiBid customer but this sure tempts me.
 

bhenson

Moderator
We have looked into Groupon and aslo LivingSocial, But was also turned off on pricing on website. With all jobs being different really didn't know how to tie it into a discount. Any advice would be great.
 

Thad

WCR Sales & Founder PWRA
I'm not selling Groupon or ResponsiBid. But I'm thinking hard about being a customer because I want the results that these guys have in their businesses. Curt and Jason were both speakers at NOLA 2011 and I respect the hell out of them. They are incredibly savvy business men as well as super nice guys.
I doubt that either of them knows how to squeegee or turn on a power washer because they built their businesses from the ground up with the idea of it being a business, not a job. Those are the kinds of guys I want to learn from and I'm glad they're coming back for NOLA 2012.
 

Ron Musgraves

Exterior Restoration Specialist
Staff member
I think the response a Bid is Great Idea, been doing Mobile based selling for a long while. Everyone should have this, the problem we have had is actually getting the customers used to using it. Its often so simple they are not sure of it. Getting there prices quick is the best thing.


PWI will eventually had a module for jobs along with and app

I'm not selling Groupon or ResponsiBid. But I'm thinking hard about being a customer because I want the results that these guys have in their businesses. Curt and Jason were both speakers at NOLA 2011 and I respect the hell out of them. They are incredibly savvy business men as well as super nice guys.
I doubt that either of them knows how to squeegee or turn on a power washer because they built their businesses from the ground up with the idea of it being a business, not a job. Those are the kinds of guys I want to learn from and I'm glad they're coming back for NOLA 2012.
 
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