More time-consuming than the other two options, creating a new service allows you to set all the details right.
The most important question you need to ask at that point is: Which type of service I want to provide? After all, it’ll affect all other settings.
Once you set the service type, it’s time to fill all the little bits.
There are two main types of service available to create, Appointable and Subscription. Each one with own set of settings and advantages.
The most obvious benefit of the appointable service is simplicity. Customers can set everything, date, time, and service itself. On the other hand, there is a lack of continuity of the service, Client book service, you provide, and you’re done. Another booking is needed to provide this service again.
Nevertheless, there are several benefits of appointable service, which includes:
For detailed instructions on how to create an appointable type of service, please follow our tutorial.
When it comes to the business, subscriptions offer a unique way to grow—regular customers and, effectively, regular income. If done right, a subscription will give you a steady stream of income. As always, there are downsides to this service type. Customers expect you to provide service regularly according to the service schedule, so holidays can be challenging, unless you’ll grow enough to hire some staff, of course.
Nevertheless, there are huge benefits of subscription services, which includes:
For detailed instructions on how to create a subscription type of service, please follow our tutorial
Despite all pros and cons, there is no winner. The best strategy is to offer both service types, keep a healthy balance, offer only services that can be safely delivered. As the subscription customer base grow, add some staff to cover it. Simple as that.