Dispatch Booking Page

Dispatch's booking page allows you to schedule service or sales appointments from your website, social media profiles, or even in the footer of your company's emails.

Video Overview

Check out this quick video overview of how the booking page works:

Your Company's Booking Page

Your company's booking page will automatically pull in your company's logo and phone number from what you set up in your company settings. If you are using Dispatch's Power Package, you can configure the options below:

  • Color: this is the header color. Typically, it is blue, but can be changed to reflect your brand.
  • Dropdown: this allows the customer to tell you what they are interested in. The standard booking page gives a customer two options: sales or service
  • Language: This field lets the customer know that your business will make every effort to meet one of the times that they indicate that they are available, but if the work is an emergency, to call your main phone line.

Managing Jobs from the Booking Page

Work from the booking page will appear as a  new offer in your Dispatch account. We require the customer to fill out to form with and email, address, and phone number, so you can reach out to them to chat more about what they need done, too. 

Where Should You Put Your Booking Page?

The possibilities are endless. We have some ideas:

Facebook:

When potential customers instant message your business, you can set up an automatic response with your booking page:

You can also add it to your business's details on your page

Yelp

Add your Dispatch Booking page to your Business information section. 

1. Go to the Business Information Section in Your Yelp Profile

2. Click Edit (Or Add if this is Empty)

3. Add your Booking Page URL with instructions to click on the page in order to schedule an appointment with your company. 

4. Click Save Changes

Your Email Signature

Gmail
1.Open Gmail.
2. In the top right, click Settings Settings and then Settings.
3. In the "Signature" section, add a message that lets the reader know that they can book directly with your business through the link, as well as your Dispatch Booking link, in the box. If you want, you can format your message by adding an image or changing the text style.
4. At the bottom of the page, click Save Changes.
Outlook
1.Open a new email message.

2. Select Signature > Signatures from the Message menu.

3. Under Select signature to edit, choose New, and in the New Signature dialog box, type a  name for the signature.

4. Under Edit signature, compose your signature. Type your message asking readers to use the link to Book an Appointment with Your Company Directly, as well as your Dispatch link. You can change fonts, font colors, and sizes, as well as text alignment. If you want to create a more robust signature with bullets, tables, or borders, use Word to format your text, then copy and paste the signature into the Edit signature box.

5. Under Choose default signature, set the signature you just made as your default. 

6. Choose OK to save your new signature and return to your message. 

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