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Over the next few days I am going to ask some very seemingly obvious but definitely important questions for all the shop owners and managers out there.

Please leave a response, I promise there will be items of interest at the end of this experiment.

Ready for today's questions:
  1. Does your repair center, or group, have it's own website? If so please respond with your shop name and web address.
  2. Was your web design performed by:
    1. Professional web design company
    2. Directory service (i.e yellow pages, etc)
    3. In house designer
    4. Friend or family member
    5. Yourself or an employee
    6. Other, please decribe
  3. Can you quantify the amount of business your website draws or is it just a necessary evil
I'll be back in a day or so with the next round of questions.

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1 web site address www.foxwoodautobody.com

2 professional web design company

3 no we use it as a way to keep customer informed also check status of repairs.
Thank you for your participation Robert. Stay tuned as this will lead to bigger and better things.

Very nice website. Sleek and to the point. As we delve further into this topic I will ask you some more pointed questions if you don't mind?
My website www.autowerksracing.com was designed by our host company. It is very difficult to quantify how many customers actually come in from our site. We use it more as a showcase for our work.
Thanks for joining us Ron.

I hope you will continue to participate as we continue with this topic.

Nice looking website, and I like the added features too.

Paul
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Over the next few days I am going to ask some very seemingly obvious but definitely important questions for all the shop owners and managers out there.

Please leave a response, I promise there will be items of interest at the end of this experiment.

Ready for today's questions:

1. Does your repair center, or group, have it's own website? If so please respond with your shop name and web address. www.johnsonscarsalesandbodyshop.com
2. Was your web design performed by:
1. Professional web design company
2. Directory service (i.e yellow pages, etc)
3. In house designer
4. Friend or family member
5. Yourself or an employee
6. Other, please decribe Built and maintained by Repair Shop Websites (http://www.repairshopwebsites.com/rsw/rsw.html)
3. Can you quantify the amount of business your website draws or is it just a necessary evil.

necessary evil, I think. I have had one call from a lady who was up here closing up her cabin this fall regarding a car we have on the lot. Our site has been up since last summer 2009.
Thanks for the input Sheila.

I will touch on the "necessary evil" idea in a later blog, but if you don't mind why do you think that having a website is a necessary evil?

Paul
I think it is a necessary evil because I want people to find us before they find the other guy. Yet I feel like a noob in this part of the marketing game. I think our site shows it too.

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