Want to Supercharge Your Facebook Results? Use the Three E’s!

If your efforts to leverage Facebook to connect with potential customers and grow the awareness of your auto repair shop have fallen flat, read on for tips on how to nurse it back to health and help it thrive. Unfortunately, many repair shops have heard the message...

How Google Reviews Win You Business

When one of your potential customers searches for auto repair on Google they see a list of shops they could call. But how do they most often decide what shop or shops to call? They look at reviews! But how do they get there and what do they specifically look for in...

4 Great Facebook Posts for Auto Repair Shops

Social media is a hot topic right now among auto repair shop owners. We’ve specifically been hearing more questions about how to effectively use Facebook. While Facebook has been around for a long time, many of us have found ourselves using it quite a bit more during...

Technicians Answer: What’s the Most Important Aspect of a Job?

To better understand what automotive technicians feel the most important aspects of a job are, we worked with our partner WrenchWay to survey techs on the question. Here is what we found: Put in order, they were ranked: 38.8% Pay 30.6% Work environment 22.5% Training...

How Important Is Content for Auto Repair Shop Websites?

Traditional search engine optimization (SEO) focused on website structure, links and content as the three most important factors for showing up higher in the rankings. At a time when people make quicker decisions than ever and it’s pretty easy to get a one or...

How to Make Your Auto Repair Shop’s Reviews Stand Out

If you need further proof that online reviews are important, especially on Google, here’s the latest from the fantastic Local Consumer Review Survey 2022 by brightlocal: 98% of consumers read online reviews for local businesses 77% “always” or “regularly” read them...

Google Changes Local Search – How it Impacts Auto Repair Shops

Google has recently adjusted their Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs) in a couple of ways that are likely to significantly impact auto repair shops. How will this affect your shop? If you get any business from the web, this change has the potential to greatly...

For Auto Repair Shops Facebook Is a Bad Substitute for a Website

We have heard auto repair shop owners tell us, “We don’t need a website, we are on Facebook.” If you have all the business you’ll ever need from current customers AND have gotten all of your customers to follow you on Facebook, then that statement might be true. But...