Want to be in business for yourself A computer repair service may be perfect for you. But how do you start and run a computer service business First, read this book, written by a computer technician with more than nine years' experience working for himself. I started my business from scratch and built it up to a viable, full-time enterprise, and I will show you how to do the same. This book is full of practical hints for running a computer repair and service business. For example, you'll learn how to handle clients who call you wanting a qquick answer on the phoneq or what to do when someone cancels an appointment at the last minute. You'll also learn - What you need to get started - Where and how to advertise for the best results - How to decide what to charge - How to keep clients, even difficult ones, happy - How to talk to clients on the phone and at their home or business - What records you must keep, and how to keep them - And much moreIt starts by raising questions, which a potential client might answer by saying, aquot; Yes, my computer is working slowlyaquot; and/or aquot;It is ... Then the ad states that the service is in the clienta#39;s home, which is important to many people, and the ad tells exactly what ... This ad also mentions that techa#39;s first name, and thata#39;s a nice personal touch. ... Most potential clients wouldna#39;t have the slightest idea what a firewall is.
|Title||:||How to Start and Run Your Own Computer Repair Business|
|Author||:||Joe A. Wisinski|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2014-02-03|