Richie was sick of his city life. He wanted nothing more than to be back in nature. There was just one problem: how do you do that? It seems like something reserved for the lifestyles of the wealthy, but Richie was determined.
Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.littlethings.com
If you’ve ever watched Grand Designs on ABC, you would of viewed some amazing transformations. It’s amazing though the simplicity the conversion of a shipping container can provide. We’ve spoke to alot of people about it, but it’s hard to find many that have actually done it. The idea is a good one, but it seems that it’s hard for many people to visualise how it’s actually going to work out in the end.
The best way to find out is to just do it. The link above is a pretty cool story how Richie actually did it.
If you’ve converted a shipping container, we’d love to hear how you did it and how it ended up!
Ben Dyer reviews websites that put homeowners in touch with tradespeople including Rated People and Checkatrade.
An interesting take on the benefits for tradie referral sites.
Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.marketingdonut.co.uk
Let’s not beat around the bush, we are in the tradie referral business. At Home Giraffe we provide a channel for not only tradesmen, but also other businesses, to generate phone calls and leads coming directly into the business. Our model is much different to many others out there.
However these days it’s easy to spread your exposure widely, and even though many of these sites will tell you that you only need to be on theirs, we recommend you list your business on as many as possible. Here in Australia you have a large range of options, in fact, there are up to 200 directories you can list on that have the potential to generate leads for your business.
The above article is UK based, but much of the discussion is relevant to Aussie businesses.