eBooks for a Successful Computer Repair Business
$29 Spring Fling Sale! Until May 31
Q: What do you need to start a computer repair business?
A: Three “How-To” eBooks from Call That Girl (Guide to Remote Support, Guide to Social Media and Manual of Operations) that will help you become a successful computer repair business!
Click on the ‘Buy Now’ button to get all three for just $29, including all of the new Spring 2013 editions at no charge! View the sample pages below.
If you just Googled “how to run a successful computer repair business,” or came from one of our technical community forums (Technibble, Podnutz, etc) , Call That Girl has the answer for you! In her three “How-To” eBooks, Lisa Hendrickson provides you with current industry information to help your computer repair business succeed with social media, remote support and a strong manual of operations. Lisa has built a successful national remote support and repair business with the tools detailed in these eBooks; check them out so you can learn from an industry leader and run a profitable computer repair business, too!
Buy the books as a set with the ‘Buy Now’ link at the top, or purchase selected books individually by clicking on the ‘Learn More’ links below. Not quite sure yet? Download Call That Girl’s Guide to Social Media Full Version for Free.
If you like it, come back and buy the set at $29. Now that’s a test drive!
Sample pages for Remote Support eBook
60 day Guarantee:
If this eBook set doesn’t help you or your business grow and prosper, just email us and you will receive a full, no questions asked refund. Is that likely? Probably not. We rarely get refund requests. Why not try the set and see for yourself?
Updates of all three eBooks will be done in the summer of 2013. You will get a free updated version if you buy these sets now.
Chris Michalec, Parkway Technology Solutions–When I purchased Lisa’s Guide to Remote Support ebook, I wasn’t expecting to learn much I didn’t know. We have been offering remote support in one form or another since we opened over four years ago. We have provided it to residential and small & medium business clients. Boy was I wrong about not learning anything!
Her book is well written, but, most importantly, packs quite a bit of useful knowledge. I planned to read a section or two before bed the night I purchased it, but I ended up reading it completely that night. I’ve since read it a couple more times and have referred to it even more than that.
It is a wonderful resource that gives the essential info any technician needs to effectively offer remote support. I picked up quite a few pointers, particularly in client interaction, that we have already incorporated in our business. In short, this book gives the best practices from a “in the trenches” perspective.
I will close by saying that if you aren’t offering remote support, you are missing out. And I know of no better way to get started the right way than by investing in Lisa’s Guide to Remote Support.
Richard Ashby “On Call PC Solution”–Thank you!!! I am inspired by your success. I do a lot of remote support at work (I am like an assistant with more responsibility). I have wanted to add remote services to my business model (On Call PC Solutions) but I have never got around to doing it, because I wasn’t sure exactly how to go about it. Anyway, I heard you on Podnutz and read about you on Technibble. Bryce is going remote!!! And I asked a couple of my customers what they thought about it, and they seemed to think it would be a good idea too (these are also my end users at work who I remote with anyway). I am looking forward to eating this book up and using your methods as a template. Anyway, thank you for making this material available.
Jon May, The Laptop Medics –“The Call That Girl Remote Support eBook really made me think twice about Remote Support. I decided to open a dedicated remote support company and using the business practices of an already successful company, The Laptop Medics has now grown to five staff in two locations. I would highly recommend the Remote Support Guide if you’re looking to seriously get into over-the-internet support. I know my business wouldn’t be the same and I wouldn’t have grown as much if it weren’t for Lisa’s book.
Jon Campbell Online Geek–When I heard that Lisa had written a book on remote support, I knew that I had to have it. From the moment that I bought the book, I began to read it and was amazed at how much info was in there. I thought that I had everything in place for remote support but Lisa has shown me so much to remote support that I never even considered! From insurances, to conversation topics to software suggestions, I loved the book and I love Lisa’s passion for what she does! She is an inspiration! Thank you Lisa!!
Still there? Still not sure? Listen to Lisa on the Podnutz network. Lisa has been on Podnutz Daily a few times.
Listen to her shows on BAMCast and come back later and decide.