Drive your local garage business to success
Take control and steps to improve the success of your business.
Make sure you respond to how people make decisions and buy in this digital age.
We can help you, from pro-active tactics to a full-on marketing plan that gets you new customers and more work.
Local SEO strategies to get you found in the right places online.
Responsive websites that make customers want to choose you.
Email marketing techniques to keep customers coming back.
Keeping in contact with your customers is one of the most effective ways of retaining business for the long term.
A fully tablet, smartphone and PC compatible website is beneficial when it comes to search engine ranking.
Local SEO is different to ‘general’ SEO. If you want to rank within local searches, your site must be locally optimised.
No need to reinvent the wheel, we have a range of pre-designed and written marketing templates to help with new business.
We found marketing to be a very hit and miss process. Plus, it also always seemed to take so long to get it out there. So we looked for a solution that would help us get things done whilst at the same time provide the best response. With the help of MRM we now know that our marketing will grab peoples attention, and we have managed to slash the time it takes to get it done.Kevin Jones
I was getting more and more fed up with not getting any response from the advertising that I was doing. I was beginning to think that nothing would work. At first I was skeptical about Motor Repair Marketing, but when it all started to work I was convinced. It’s the best marketing I’ve done in 20 years of business.Steve Harris
I have been using Andy’s newsletter service for coming on for 2 years. In that time I have seen a marked improvement in customer retention and follow up work. The newsletters have been well received by customers who often comment on how they look forward to receiving them in the post. I would have no hesitation in recommending them to any garage owner as I feel they are the best way to market to existing customers.Bryan Swales