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Coleman Services, Compelling Communications Announce Upcoming Webinar

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Titled “10 BIG Ways Pest Control Companies Lose Business” the free webinar takes place Aug. 21.

| August 12, 2013

ST. LOUIS, Mo., and ALPHARETTA, Ga. — Hal Coleman of Coleman Services and June Van Klaveren of Compelling Communications will present the fourth in a series of FREE Webinars exclusively for the pest control industry.  The next one is entitled, “10 BIG Ways Pest Control Companies Lose Business (Day After Day, Month After Month And Year After Year) and will be held Aug. 21 at 2 p.m. (EST).

Participants in this webinar will discover:
•    The one BIGGEST MISTAKE PCOs make that makes it difficult to get new customers.
•    Why most pest control companies don't get nearly as much business from the internet as they could.
•    Why 91% of sales people leave a ton of money on the table for the other guys.
•    The one BIG Customer Service change you can make that will result in more referrals and more new customers.
•    Why most employees don't bring in nearly as many referrals and new customers as they could.
•    Why most people who think they are great networkers...really aren't.
•    How to PROVE you are as good as you say you are.
•    The BIG KEY to effective cold-calling that will open the door to more new business for YOU.
To register, visit http://www.HowToMarketPestControl.com.
 

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