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As a sitter, how can I obtain a home inspection and phone-screening tag?

asked 2016-04-07 19:40:25 -0500

When I was looking through sitters in my area, I noticed one sitter had a home inspection and phone screening. I am brand new to http://Rover.com but didn't see that as an option.

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I always wonder that too.....

Denise E.'s profile imageDenise E. ( 2016-04-13 10:43:39 -0500 )edit

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answered 2016-04-18 13:18:55 -0500

You'll need to participate in the RoverGo program. You can check it out here: rover.com/go

Per Rover's website:

How can I learn more?

Check out this page—it's full of useful info.

Call our dedicated RoverGO team at 888-979-5504.

Read this article to learn more about service fees.

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Thanks!!!! :)

Denise E.'s profile imageDenise E. ( 2016-04-20 08:48:56 -0500 )edit
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answered 2018-01-11 15:53:43 -0500

Great question! I'll provide a little more information about RoverGO, which you can join by going to https://www.rover.com/go/ or emailing the team at rovergo@rover.com

RoverGO is a great option for sitters who are looking to get more—more bookings, more clients, more money. The team sets you up to earn loyal clients, 4-6 stays every month, and continue building a thriving dog-sitting business. Some of the benefits included in the program is a complimentary background check, a professionally written profile, a boost in search rankings if you're a new sitter, and a welcome package of your choice which contains dog bandanas, thank you cards, t-shirts, and more!

RoverGO is especially great for new sitters on the site - especially ones trying to really ramp up their business - because we provide a boost for the first 10 stays for new sitters! That means you show up higher in search results. Coupled with your professional photos and written profile, you really stand out to owners.

It's also free to sign-up - the only difference is that you keep 5% less of your earnings. For example, regular sitters keep 80% of their earnings on the site and GO sitters keep 75% of their earnings.

But overall, sitters with GO have the opportunity to earn $100+ more each month, have about 20% more conversations with dog owners, and get 10-15% more bookings than a regular sitter.

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