I’ve been reading through Jim Macks book on Offline Consulting and I am pretty blown away. When I search through Google Places in my area, I am finding auto repair shop after auto repair shop with no pictures, poor websites, no social media presence…
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…it’s ridiculous. These guys can be fixed so easily. Jim’s talking about charging 47 to 97 bucks a month in his book to manage these auto repair shops social media presence and then outsourcing that.
So basically I am going to be making about 90 bucks a month off of every one of these auto repair shops that has enough sense to see that they need help…
Now I have a lot going on…but I’m pretty sure I can fit this in. I really don’t have to do anything but send a few emails and line things up.
If you are living in a city or a town where there are a lot of auto repair shops in the area, I highly suggest you check out Jim Mack’s book on Offline Consulting. It will blow you away!
That’s all I got. I’ll see you in the next one!
Kam (aka ZeroFatz)
P.S. Jim Macks guide might just be your ticket to a brand new car this summer…
2 thoughts on “My Local Auto Repair Shops Are Ridiculous!”
Hi Kam, I did a search for auto repairs local to me but found most of them had only phone numbers to contact them. They don’t have an email to contact them on. Any idea if it still work phoning them up – although I must admit to being a bit nervous of doing that
I will tell you something Jane, if they don’t even have emails then they most definitely could use your help and would probably be pretty easy money.