When I was laid off a few years after the economy tanked, I started a cleaning business "Kim's Krew". We did some new construction and rental work, but I preferred residential. Yes, I would clean your house!! I am dependable, good, and loyal--I'm in it for the long haul and anytime you need something. I had a fair amount of work, but never put much energy into marketing new work. The effort I did put into it was never very fruitful. Now that I am back working full-time, I only have one steady client that I clean for (a barber shop). I want to drum up esidential (long-term) clients because I either want to 1) get 3-4 steady, long-term clients or 2) potentially go full-time with it. But, I really don't know where to start. I can't seem to get the message to the market---I am missing the boat somewhere. I just read a comment on another thread that said having a house-keeper was awesome and valuable. How do I get my message to my targeted market? THANKS!!