It’s pretty apparent in today’s society that people rely on their smartphones. Forgetting a phone charger or not having Wi-Fi can really ruin someone’s day. But why does this dependence on smartphones matter to your towing business? Because of your website. If your towing business has a website, it needs to be mobile-friendly. We’ll explain why.
So, the goal of having a website for a tow truck business is to get people to visit it…right? You want people to find your site and decide that you’re the best towing business around – that’s called marketing your tow truck business. And to do that, you need to get Google to like your homepage. Now, no one knows exactly what Google’s “secret formula” is, but there are a few best practices that you can use for the homepage of your tow business website. Check out these tips.
The Fourth of July is a time for celebration, family, and summer fun. Maybe you get some time off work in observance of the holiday and you’re looking forward to relaxing, grilling out, and watching some fireworks. Sure, July 4th is a great time, but you also need to be sure to be safe. Check out the following reminders so you can have a happy and safe Fourth of July.
An interview with Jared Fischgrund of OMG Tow Marketing
For a towing business to be successful, they need to have customers. But that still leaves the question – how do you get customers in the first place? Marketing. Since marketing is such an essential part of a towing business’s survival, we caught up with Jared Fischgrund, Tow Marketing Director for OMG Tow Marketing. OMG Tow Marketing is a marketing agency that specializes in helping towing businesses market their businesses. We had the chance to get his expert input on marketing a tow truck business.
When you work in the trucking world, wrecks happen. And they can happen to anyone, no matter how experienced the driver. No trucker wants to experience a crash, but it’s important to be prepared with the right insurance coverages. We’ll take a look at how insurance can come into play by looking at a news story about a box truck.
If you’re going through the process of getting car insurance quotes, you may be a little worried about what to expect. What’s going to be involved in the quoting process? Will there be a lot of fancy “insurance-speak” words thrown your way? Is getting auto insurance going to turn into a stressful thing? (Hopefully not!) We know insurance isn’t a “favorite thing” for a lot of people, but we’re here to help. To let you know what to expect when you get quotes from a car insurance agent, we’ve put together a list of 5 questions to be ready for.
Going through the process of getting home insurance might seem intimidating and overwhelming. There are a ton of questions to answer, lots of big fancy words, and plenty of details. It might help to be prepared for what questions you’ll get ahead of time…and to know why the agent on the other end of the phone is asking what they’re asking. We’re going to explain 10 questions that an insurance agent might have for you and why the answers matter.
Wrecks happen. They just do. And that’s what insurance is for. It’s so important for businesses that do auto transport to have the right insurance for their car carriers. We’ll take a look at a news story from last week about a car carrier, and we’ll examine it from an insurance angle, exploring what coverages would be helpful and what questions we have.
If you have a dump truck business, you might wonder how you can protect your vehicles with the right insurance. Unfortunately, driving is not without its risks, and since your dump trucks are an extremely important asset to your business, you need to protect them. Those trucks were expensive! We’re going to do over some of the coverage you ought to consider for your vehicles when you get dump truck insurance.
It might be intimidating to look at your home insurance policy. That thing looks, well, extremely boring and tedious. What if you just want a bird’s-eye view of what your policy does? Of course, it’s important to read your entire home insurance policy, but there has to be an easier way to get the basics. Well, insurance companies had the same thought. Enter the declaration page! Here’s an explanation of what the declaration page is.