Originally Posted by Steve
You know, that is a very interesting idea. I wonder, what would it take to offer installation services? Do you think this is something that the average lawn care business owner could provide? Could they charge for this or maybe the satellite company could pay them to install the dishes?
Does a customer normally pay for the installation as an extra or is that included in their service contract?
Steve, In order to do installs you need to be set up as a subcontractor for them or work for them directly. I'm not sure what the requirements are for also doing the installs. But I am sure you would probably have to train.
I was thinking more in the lines of just offering your clients the service. You print out a form from the website after you sign up and you just hand those forms out. You customer can go online or call to order, they give them the reference number when they order and you get paid $120.00. If you got one customer to order a day, that would give you an extra 600 per week.
There are no other charges and the customer gets a free intall up to four rooms. It really a good set up since you already have customers you work with.
Also, if you sign up as an affiliate, dish network gives you a free website which you can email to potential customers as well. They will rotate your website with other affiliates sites when people do a search on Google for dish network. After about 3 to 4 months, you should be making a couple thousand dollars a month and you haven't done a thing. So you can sell these while you are out speaking to potential or current lawn care customers or sell them online through your webite.
Just an added bonus. You can click on the link in my signature if you want more info. I don't make any money if you sign up. I was just passing this on to you guys for something extra to do while the mowing season is slow right now.