COVID-19: Opportunities When Miles Driven Goes Back Up
Your web presence overall must be ready to seize the opportunities that will come after COVID-19.
Geofencing: Targeted Marketing with Proven ROI
Geofencing gets your ads in front of prospective customers in the middle of their decision-making process of where to have their vehicle repaired.
Could Your Phone Take You to the Moon?
With people’s addiction to smartphones these days, your website better be spot-on or you will lose opportunities to fix cars.
Communicating With Customers During the Coronavirus Crisis
The coronavirus may lead to less driving and less accidents. Social media can be one solution to offset that.
Do You Have Effective Calls to Action on Your Website?
To be as effective as possible, all websites must have a call to action. Why? Because they work.
Maximizing Your Body Shop’s Local Online Visibility
Here are some suggestions for the new year to improve your visibility online.
Addressing Cyber Security in Your Body Shop
Ryan Cropper, owner of Able Body Shop, a three-store operation in Anchorage, Alaska, nearly lost everything on his personal office computer. Here’s how to avoid the same happening to you.
Google Reviews: Insurers Are Paying Attention
I have it on good authority that insurers are paying attention to Google Reviews. So how do you increase your star rating?
How to Make Your Website ADA Compliant
Is your website ADA compliant? I’ll bet you didn’t know that it needs to be.
Unintended Consequences: Google Shortnames
There are some branding advantages for shortening a business name on Google. But, what if your listing simply disappears after shortening the name?
Blockchain: What it Means for Your Shop
Blockchain is a word you’re going to hear a lot in the coming months and years. Here’s a primer on what it is and how it will impact you and your business.
Is It Legal to Use Images You Don’t Own Online?
You can pay for images on a website now, upfront prior to using them, or really pay for them later when you get caught violating copyright law – which can be really expensive.