Don't Use Google To Find A Franchise To Buy!

Don't Use Google To Find A Franchise To Buy! Avatar Posted by franpro under Franchises
From http://www.thefranchiseking.com 593 days ago
Made Hot by: SimplySmallBiz on May 8, 2013 3:49 am
I haven't gone off the deep end. (Yet) It's just that Google is not the best place to start searching for a franchise to buy. You have to start elsewhere. Find out where be reading this franchise blog post.

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Written by lyceum
587 days ago

Joel: Yeah! Keep up with your great work! You are really "kicking up things a notch" in the Franchising industry!



Written by lyceum
589 days ago

Joel: Should you instead use Bing to get the best bang for the buck?! ;)



Written by franpro
589 days ago

Bing for the bang, eh, Martin!

JL



Written by AngelBiz
593 days ago

Great advice. Anyone who relies on Google to search for franchise is asking for trouble. You made a good point about looking at your skills and abilities and find franchises that match your personality. Running a Subway requires different set of skills than owning a haircut salon. Yes, the business side of things don't change, but there is more to running a franchise than just managing financials.

You need to look at yourself, community, competitors, customers and like before heading to Google.



Written by franpro
589 days ago

True that, AngelBiz.

Thanks for commenting!

JL



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