Promoting Your Mobile Bodyshop on Social Media

Dec 14, 2016

Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, Vine and on and on the list goes. In today’s active social media world, it’s important to understand the influence it can have on the growth of your business. And after you understand the importance of social media, then you need to understand how to do it. Yesterday’s Advertising World The days when you could put your ad in the Yellow Pages and the phone was guaranteed to ring has gone the way of the wagon wheel.  Print advertising is not that much better of an option, especially for small businesses. The cost to run an ad, and the inflexibility of the changing the message, just doesn’t make sense. Social media offers the flexibility of read more…


Turning a Positive into a Negative

Feb 6, 2015

Turning a Negative Into a Positive! We’ve all heard the term many times before, but it is certainly easier said than done.  In the automotive repair industry, our customers only contact us when they are experiencing a negative (damage to their vehicle). They have no need for our services otherwise. Understandably when clients contact us, they’re not in the best mood. They know the unexpected damage is going to cost money and time to get fixed. We have a mindset that a traditional body shop is the only option for getting damage repaired.  And, unfortunately, body shops are expensive, not particularly inviting to walk into, tend to talk over your head with industry jargon and overall not very easy to read more…


Should I repair or replace my bumper?

Feb 6, 2015

Repair or Replace? As a society, we’ve become accustom to living in a Throw-Away World something breaks we toss it and buy a new one.  From the latest electronic gadgets to home appliances to the furniture in our homes products today just don’t seem built to last. This trend has certainly not been ignored by the auto repair industry.  Car parts are disposable; mufflers, batteries, even engine parts are all easily replaced requiring only minimal knowledge and skills. One of most common items being replaced today are plastic bumpers. Yes you read that correctly most bumpers today are made of plastic. They are lightweight, can be painted any color imaginable and best of all from a manufacturers standpoint are inexpensive read more…