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  • Service Bridge Email Reminders – Featured Sponsor of the Month

    Posted by Site Administrator on March 3, 2013 at 5:36 pm

    Service Bridge Email Reminders

    So what’s all this about anyway?

    We’re not here to sell you some kind of magic in a bottle. We’re here

    to give you great value at a ‘no-brainer’ price ($25/mo. flat per

    shop). A simple service to help with repeat business. So look around,

    kick the tires, and if you have any questions, please let us know.

    C’mon Back Now, Ya Hear?

    It’s easier (and cheaper) to retain a customer than to find a new one.

    You do great work, but once a car owner walks out of your shop, you

    really have no way and more importantly, no time, to remind them of

    that fact. Sure, you may have a sticker on their windshield, but odds

    are that will be replaced by a mechanic at the next shop.

    ServiceBridge reminds them of their next maintenance and puts your

    shop name and phone number in the palm of their hand (most of the time

    via their phone).

    Quick and Easy

    Setting up a reminder for a customer is just that, quick and easy.

    It’s no more then 5-10 seconds to set one up. Think of all the

    maintenance you do in a week, that’s how many emails you could be

    sending out. The only extra bit of information beyond the normal stuff

    you’d get from them is their email. We won’t be using their email for

    any other reason than the reminders they’ve asked for.

    Give Them Something They Will Know How to Find

    Email is the perfect format for this kind of reminder. It’s something

    a car owner can find without hassle, on their schedule, when they have

    a moment. And there’s no need to look up your number, it’s just a

    click away!

    Watch how it works here:

    Site Administrator replied 9 years, 4 months ago 1 Member · 0 Replies
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