Once you have decided to join Pogo.Pro, the first step is create an accountand then join the re-seller program. Begin by signing in.
Signup as a reseller
After creating an account and signing in, you can set up a reselleraccount. Complete your details and submit the form. Its as easy as itlooks.
Create a project
Now that you are signed up as a reseller you can create and assign project.Go to the buy menu item and select new.
Building a project to assign is simple. Start by choosing the services yourequire. From drywall to plumbing. Click add to submit once all theconstruction objects are selected and added to the project.
Once all the construction items have been submitted, you can set thevariables. Variables include length, width, materials, labour etc...
Once you complete assigning the project, you are finished and pogo.pro willnotify the home-owner via email. You might wish to send a reminder to thehome owner to check his/her email.
All the instructions for the home owner are contained in the email Pogo.Prosends.
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