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  1. WillS
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    Happy with this FB post we did today. Only spent $25 and had 14 site link clicks, 32 photo views. $900 in business booked. Single pictures in a post have been doing awesome. I also have a new FB trick that is increasing impressions for less $$.

    See ya at the festival.

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    If y'all remember, we were doing 3,000$ a month an Facebook ads. Now I'm down to $500. If your new, it's the way to still grow your business. Now with the amount of clients and calls, we haven't needed to go to heavy on advertising. Which is nice to finally meet that point in the business.
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    Do did you buy the chocolate syrup for that photo or did you raid the refrigerator?
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    I just pissed on the carpet and let it sit for an hour to dry. Drank a lot of Kool aid that day.
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    Nice job, But you still need to charge your phone.
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    Do clients ever notice the corn rows?
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    Never heard anything about it. Depends on the carpet. Some are vacuumed straight and some with the zig zags.

    I do those corn rows when I want to show the difference between worn out fibers and clean fibers. That make sense?
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    Your right though all our pictures have those vacuumed that way. Never been a problem.
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    Thank you for the inspiration Will. I have been anti social lately...

    You mean Wand Art? We use wand art on short nap cut pile commercial. My oldest was so OCD that he was frustrated when the pattern had to change due to room layout. He would dry pass geometrically perfect pasterns.
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    no, I mean the rows that happen when a CRB ties the yarns in knots creating the look of a corn field, look closely. Some times it's un-fixable, even after wanding with a Vortex.
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    I don't think it is the crb that creates corn rows. I have seen that on jobs where I wand only. I think it is more a result of heavy traffic in those areas. If anything, you would think that the crb would improve it somewhat.
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    Idiot
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    I see it in hallways and tight spaces where the homeowner only vacuums the same direction as the foot traffic. I do my best to "reverse" it by using my CRB perpendicular to it.
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    Just got back from booking a $545.00 job from this free Facebook ad.

    I've paid for ads and post a lot of free ads. Couldn't tell you exactly where it comes from. The ad below has gotten a lot of likes. Better than most stuff I post.

    "Are your floors more a trick than a treat? We can't guarantee that we can remove Ghosts, but we can guarantee them Clean. Green Tech Carpet & Tile Cleaning, 727-916-2314"
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    I thought it was from the way they put the rows of fiber in. I've seen it in the areas that don't get traffic too. It changes the the whole look of the carpets texture.

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