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  1. 1

    Sign up to RedFish

  2. 2

    Create your online profile

  3. 3

    Search and respond to customers’ job requests

  4. 4

    Do the job and on completion, get rated by your customers and find more work

Step 1:

Sign up to RedFish

Would you like to be connected with potential customers every day? Would you like to be sent work through RedFish? Save money on advertising? Build your reputation?

If yes, sign up to RedFish for free! Either register on our Registration page or over the phone (0861 333 001) with a helpful RedFish consultant. Please don’t hesitate to call us if you would like some help signing up, or just to have a chat.

Step 2:

Fill in your online profile page

Once you have registered you will have your own company profile page on the site. This is what customers look at when choosing the right person for the job so try to make it represent you well as possible. Include your areas of specialisation, your particular skills, and any other relevant information. If you need any help, contact us here or call us on 0861 333 001.

Step 3:

Find and respond to customers’ job requests

As a member of RedFish we will send you job requests in your local area that suit your skills, so the more accurate your profile, the more accurate our leads. You can however also search our site to find job requests yourself. Just click on All Jobs.

As a registered tradesman, you can respond directly to customer requests for quotes. Simply contact them on the site or request their contact details.

Step 4:

Complete the work and get a rating and review

If the customer chooses you, you will receive all their contact details. Make an appointment to discuss the work and any expectations and then start working your magic!

On completion of the job, the customer may give you a rating and write a brief review. This will be displayed on the RedFish website alongside your name in your online profile. This allows you to build your reputation by advertising your customer rating and quality of work publicly and improve your chances of winning your next job!

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