Hello Spectorians, here's your weekly update:
🍂 Fall = Time to Upgrade
With busy season winding down over the coming months, it's a great time to think about how to be more efficient in 2022! It's never too early to get plans in place, as big changes require some thinking ahead:
Rebuild your website into a modern, clean, and conversion-focused design
We're usually backed up a month or two on website orders, which only pick up in the winter! Get ahead of the rush by chatting with our design team now.
Add Spectora Advanced before the New Year, helping you:
Automate upselling ancillary services and notifying 3rd-party contractors (i.e. make more money!)
Get paid and get agreements signed before the inspection. Every time.
Grow your bottom line with customizable business intelligence.
Schedule your team more efficiently.
Automatically calculate payroll.
And much more!
We're adding a ton of new features to the Advanced tier of our software this fall, so there's never been a better time to check it out. With Spectora Advanced going up in price on January 1st, making the upgrade now will lock in your rate for life.
If you'd like to know more about these, you can also start a chat with us and we'll answer all your questions!
🔧 Feature of the Week: Spectora Reviews
Spectora Reviews allows you to collect reviews on Spectora’s platform. You might be wondering... Why would you want to worry about another place to get reviews? Several reasons:
Spectora Reviews’ average star rating will display on your Google results listing for your Spectora Profile, which also often ranks on page 1 when your company name is searched. Show everyone you’re a quality inspector!
Getting reviews directly in our report is much easier and will result in more reviews faster than sending links or getting off-site reviews.
If you’re a multi-inspector company, Spectora Reviews allows you to get feedback on your inspectors for evaluation.
🎥 In case you missed it
Check out this clip from our most recent episode on how to hit the ground running:
Learn how to grow big in a small town in the full episode: