A recent article in a local newspaper reported that the store has the rise in business, which is certainly good news, considering that in recent years have seen many companies in survival mode. For example, the owner of the wine refers to six dollars a bottle of wine, regular customers are buying U.S. $ 8-10 bottles.
Significantly, the employer admitted that in addition to some big box retailers, online stores have a job away from them. But instead of fighting the trend, other entrepreneurs have embraced online marketing, and recognize that a significant portion of their income (some say 70 percent) now come from online sales. The collision repair shops, online marketing may not seem so important, given that trade can be part of the direct repair program. Or the current manager of old traditionalist who does not see the benefits of marketing your shop collision repair via the Internet.
But like any business owner knows, even regular customers tend to disappear over time, and obviously must be replaced if the work is to have any hope of continuity. Of course, if you are part of the direct repair program, you can have more jobs than they can handle. But how is your profitability? I want to put all your eggs in marketing and user resources in one basket?