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Get More Customers With The Facebook Chat App…
So you log onto your computer, tablet or phone and your are logged into the internet, and that pretty much means you are logged into Facebook! So are the pupils who are thinking about learning to drive. Now its 10pm at night, or you are on a lesson, they are either not going to call you or you are on lesson and they don’t bother leaving a message on your answer machine.
Having Facebook Messenger on your phone could change all that.
It works like this.
1. They see the FB Messenger button and leave a message
2. You receive the message in your Facebook Business Page
3. You now have a direct line to their Facebook account!!!!
4. And they are tapped into your Facebook so you can bring their friends closer to your school.
Not only is this a great weapon for finding new customers
it will help you increase your Facebook reach to many, many more!
Sign up now!
You can increase your annual income by £3000 by selling motorway lessons, all you need is 23 seconds.
So you have more pupils than you can handle and you are considering recruiting an ADI to work in your team, but what is the best approach to expanding your driving school?
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Go into Currys or any other electrical supplier and you will see an array of items to buy, computers, audio, washing machines, televisions and guess what, they all have different price tags.
You can walk into Currys and pick yourself up a TV from as little as £149 and at the other end of the scale you can pay £3000 or £4000 yet they are all televisions. Sure the top of the range are flatter, more curved, more features, better sound etc, but it is still a television and people still buy them. So can you sell a driving lesson package for £2000?