When you receive a job request in your dashboard and you want to send the customer a quote, think of it as an elevator pitch. This is your first contact with the customer, so you want to make a good impression.
Firstly, you should ensure that your profile page is as complete as possible. Put in a complete business description, detailed services, and lots of high-quality photos that give customers more confidence in your experience and abilities.
Then, you should also ask your previous customers to write their reviews on your profile page.
Improving your quote; what you should INCLUDE:
1.Introduce yourself by name. "Hello this is Kukuss from Valuewebb Ltd"
2.Why you are suitable for the job. "We have been building wardrobes and cabinets for the past 11 years."
3.Repeat the customer’s requirements so they know you understand it. "I understand you are trying to install a new set of wardrobes for your new house in Teshie Nungua"
4.Give a cost estimate, with some breakdown of what it is involved. Even if there is not enough info, you can give an idea of what your past jobs have cost. "We have done hotel wardrobes and cabinets of your size for around GHS9000.00, with GHS2000.00 extra for side cupboards. However, this did not include special paint spraying"
5.Ask for more details, or set an appointment. “To give you a more accurate quote, ask further questions.
6.Share samples of past work that is similar to this job.