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Steps to Create a YouTube Channel for Your Locksmith Business

Posted by Hannah on Jan 15, 2018 2:11:40 PM

Content creation is a great way to boost your business's SEO and get your company's name out there. And one of the most popular forms of content is video. Videos are becoming more popular each year, with over 5 billion YouTube videos being watched each day, and over 30 million visitors to YouTube per day. (Fortune Lords)

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Locksmith Tip: How to Set Up Google Analytics

Posted by J.J. Feregrino on Jan 3, 2018 4:17:59 PM

What is Google Analytics?

It is a free web analytics platform offered by Google that tracks website traffic. It allows locksmith businesses to measure the website traffic and make smart marketing and advertising decisions based on data collected. The reporting within analytics is crucial to any locksmith business.

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5 Things a Blog Can Do for Your Locksmith Business

Posted by Hannah on Dec 26, 2017 11:56:37 AM

Blogging is no longer just used as an online diary for people to share their thoughts and opinions. Blogging has become a very important marketing tool for businesses. Content on a blog is a way to get your name in front of a potential customer. Not to sell them your product, but to provide them with knowledge and information about a question they have. When they continuously come to you to find their answers, eventually they will need your services.

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10 Marketing Tips for Your Locksmith Business

Posted by Chris Fiedler on Dec 8, 2017 3:32:29 PM

To have a successful locksmith business, you have to have customers, to get customers, you have to promote your business. This can be done by having a solid marketing strategy. Marketing is time consuming and can be very costly. For many small business owners, like locksmiths, it can be difficult knowing where to even begin. For starters, it’s important to get a general idea of what all marketing entails now days (it's a lot). To give you a starting point, we’ve put together a list of 10 beginner marketing practices you should be considering for your locksmith business.

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Steps to Improve Your Time Management as a Locksmith

Posted by Hannah on Dec 8, 2017 9:05:42 AM

 

“I can’t get anything done”

“I am always rushing around”

“I have more work than I started with”

“There is not enough time in the day”

 

If these phrases apply to you, then you might need some help with time management.

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Locksmith Business Tip: How to Set Your Employees Up for Success

Posted by Hannah on Dec 8, 2017 8:53:21 AM

If you have grown your locksmith business to more than just yourself, then you are doing something right. Hiring new employees means your business is growing, and you have decided to hire someone to take control of a job that you have done in the past. This then gives you more time to manage your business. If you do not feel comfortable letting your employees work by themselves, without monitoring them, then you have not set your employee up for success.

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How Locksmiths Can Maximize the Customer Experience

Posted by Hannah on Dec 7, 2017 12:05:43 PM

For any business, the biggest key to success is the ability to provide excellent customer service. You want the customer experience to be so good for your clients that they:

  1. Use your services again
  2. Refer you to someone else
  3. Write a positive review
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Social Media Marketing Your Locksmith Business

Posted by Hannah on Dec 7, 2017 11:39:24 AM

Social media marketing has become a necessity that all businesses should be implementing. If you haven’t been marketing your locksmith business on social media, now is a great time to start. But, before going off and creating a profile on every social media site you can think of, it is a good idea to narrow your focus to one strong social media page.

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Where does your Locksmith business Rank on Google? [free tool]

Posted by Chris Fiedler on Nov 30, 2017 11:52:23 AM

Google.  The only company that comes to mind who's name has become more than a brand, it is its own verb.  If I had a time machine I would love to travel back to 1995 and tell people I was about to go "Google myself" just to see the looks I'd get.  Now the word has become so engraned in our lives and culture that no one would think twice if I told them I was going to "Google myself" (ok, so maybe it still sounds a little bit funny).  

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Why You Should Process Your Incoming Inventory

Posted by Hannah on Nov 22, 2017 12:19:19 PM

After purchasing a key fob or remote, it is important to confirm that the product you received from your supplier is the product you ordered. This should be done before stashing it away in your inventory, or taking it to a job.

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Topics: Inventory, Business

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