Turn the tables on a technology-overloaded society. Sending hand-written cards to customers will not only endear you in their hearts but ensure you’re the one to fix their cars’ broken parts Technology is a buzzword to some and a dirty word to others. Yet everyone deals with technology in almost every aspect of their daily
It’s estimated that more than 100,000 people in the United States need — and will pay for — your automotive expertise on a daily basis. This is the last part of a three-part series designed to show you how to get paid for what you know.
In the United States, more than 800 million auto-related transactions occur each year requiring documentation.
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Now that you understand the theory behind how professionals get paid for their hard-earned knowledge and expertise, it’s time to apply it to your business.
Most shop owners pay themselves a salary for their administrative tasks, but how many bill for their “professional” services – for their knowledge of cars that comes from years of experience?