It doesn’t matter if you’re a one-man business, part of a small company, or just considering starting your own business—Pro In Your Pocket is an incredible resource to help you grow. When you sign up to be a Pro, we’ll find customers for you so you can focus on what you do best.

First, you’ll need to download the Pro In Your Pocket For Pros app (get it here for iPhone and here for Android). The app will prompt you to enter your name, email address, phone number, and password. Once you’ve signed up, you’ll need to enter your business info, including whether you’re a business or an individual, your contact information, and business address. Then you’ll be asked to write a short summary of your business to be displayed on your public profile for customers to learn about you. Finally, you’ll need to choose your specialty areas from the list of options.

When you’ve finished that, you’re ready to go! The app will take you to the home page, where you can see project requests from customers and bid on them. The Pro In Your Pocket For Pros app will allow you to chat with customers to set up details about the project; sort your bids into categories such as Pending, Hired, Completed, and Lost; and edit your business information. You can also sign up for email notifications when new relevant project requests are posted—we really do bring your customers to you.

Pro In Your Pocket was founded on the idea of helping small businesses, so we strive to make it the best experience for our Pros and our customers. That’s why we offer Pro In Your Pocket For Pros at the incredibly low price of $24 per month after your first free bid and a free trial of a month of unlimited bids. It’s considerably cheaper than every form of advertising, and we bring the customers to you. What more could you want? Get started with us today and start growing your business.

PS—If you’re starting up your own business, but need help with areas like IT support or social media management, we can help you there, too! Check out our post on signing up as a consumer and submitting a project request with Pro In Your Pocket.