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Do you any of you guys post Facebook content on a regular weekly basis? I find myself running out of content to post? Anyone have any good source for good information that I can relay to my customers. I have been just posting, customer reviews, car tips, sometimes offers on good discounted automotive parts.
I know this may not be allowed, and if it needs to be removed feel free.
There is a very large shop owner group on Facebook. This is an extremely active group, is well guarded and has really helped us!
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One of the best things ive discovered for driving traffic is Boosting a post on my business facebook page. While some or most may have seen the option to boost a post, Have you done it? My phone rings off the hook when I have certain tire specials going on, Or just a post for auto repair in general. I probably spend more than I should, Still working on making it efficient, But I do see results. Anyone else doing this? Feel free to share.
Recently started a Facebook page and really dislike their rating system. I've got a good number of likes and things are going well but I got two private ratings, a 1 star and a 3. I know it's just part of it but I'm almost convinced it's not a legitimate review. It's been at least 1 full year since we've had an unhappy customer that I know of. And we work very hard to follow up and make sure.all is well. I know they like to give the option of not posting your name to the page or a review but why couldn't they tell the page owner who left the bad rating. I understand it's just part of it and I shouldn't take it personal but it's hard to when someone leaves a bad rating. For all I know it could be a used to be friend or a competitor.
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By Ron Ipach
Happy New Year to all!
In case you've been living under a rock, you may have heard of this little community on the internet called Facebook. What you maybe didn't know is that Facebook is a great place to attract new customers to your shop.
Together with my friend Greg Pitstick (one of the leading authorities on using Facebook for business) we just shot a brand new video explaining how this all works.
You can watch the video here: www.4carcount.com
Get ready to take lots of notes because it's packed with a lot of great info.
PS: Watch it right now, because I'm not going to leave it up on the internet for very long.