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5 Places to Network or Ask Questions for Cellphone Repair Store Owners

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5 Places to Network or Ask Questions for Cellphone Repair Store Owners

5 Places to Network or Ask Questions for Cellphone Repair Store Owners

The Internet is a massive resource of knowledge and information where you can find virtually any debate, any answer, and almost anything you can think of. Whenever we come across a problematic scenario while repairing a damaged device at our cellphone repair store, we ask Google. It is one of the most common practices to search for your answers online these days since we have such powerful tools at our disposal. But if your question is a bit complicated and specific, Google’s results might be a little unsatisfactory, leaving you with even more queries than you had when you began. The question then arises – if searching in all the regular places yield no results, then where else can you turn to ask questions or to get help?

Since some repair-related questions are a lot of technical, it is best to ask from a technical person or a cellphone store owner. For this reason, we’ve compiled a list of platforms where a store owner can post questions and share challenges to get help from other store owners. Let’s learn more about these handy communities;

 

Facebook Groups

Who is unaware of the Facebook Groups these days? Practically no one! Many people join several groups on Facebook and spend around 2-3 hours surfing through the news and comments posted in these public platforms. People from all walks of life share a lot of their queries there, be it professional or personal. For cellphone repair, in particular, you can join several cellphone repair shop discussion groups and gain knowledge or have your questions answered that way. Choosing groups that offer value to you, and in which you engage and build relationships with fellow members would be really helpful. Since a lot of these groups do not show up in a typical Google search, it’s best to go out and find them yourself on Facebook. Here are the three most popular and most useful groups you can check out;

– Cell Phone Repair Shop Talk 

This group is the most popular group for people related to cellphone repairs and services. More than 7,000 cellphone repair shops owners and industry professionals have joined this community who share repairing tips, best practices & hacks with people.

There are announcements for upcoming sales, repairing solutions, discussions on the latest technologies, and more exciting stuff. Log into your Facebook account and join this group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/cellphonerepairshoptalk/announcements/

 

– Introduction to Micro Soldering, Micro BGA & Component Level Diagnostics 

This is another helpful group for questions and answers related to not just micro-soldering, but troubleshooting electrical mismanagement and learning more about schematics. Here, most repair technicians share their repairing experiences and practices. This group is strictly committed to those who belong to the cellphone repair industry, and no outsiders are allowed. So, if you are looking for advanced repair solutions that can help you out in solving complex repairs, join this group by hitting the link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/soldering101/

 

– Repair Group for iPhone, iPad, Samsung, & LG Devices

This group is another very beneficial forum to look for cell phone-related issues and discussions, with a vast audience of more than 12,000 members. The group has a lot of daily posts between cellphone repair specialists and parts suppliers as well, including the popular aftermarket supplier Injured Gadgets. Go through the group’s conversations and learn from other people’s experiences to gain the most out of your visit. Here’s the link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/DeviceRepair

RepairDesk’s User Group is also one of the best platforms to share your POS-related ideas and suggestions. An all-in-one cellphone repair shop software that provides you with the best opportunity to interact with your industry specialists and build your customer base, RepairDesk gives you the answers you’re looking for.

 

Reddit – Mobile Repair 

Reddit has earned its name by creating a platform that allows users with similar interests to discuss and vote for the best content on the web. The site is structured into subreddits, which act like categories or small communities in which people share their announcements, ask questions, discuss issues, and take suggestions. The audience is very filtered and specific, meaning that the information that you get from any subreddit is carefully curated by a strongly-knit community of enthusiasts.

The subreddit named as MobileRepair was created back in 2013 and has more than 9,000 technicians who actively engage and respond to people’s queries and requests. In order to keep its communities on topic, Reddit has some restrictions as well. It doesn’t allow to advertise your services or sell products to the audience, so read the guidelines first, then join the group and keep it informative.

 

Quora – Cell Phone Repair

Quora is also an easy-to-navigate question-and-answer service, used by many business associates and field specialists. Cellphone repair and mobile repairing topics are usually trending on this platform, with 3,000 and 1,900 followers respectively. Just start typing your question, and all the related posts will show up for your help. Rated by the number of upvotes, you can check the authenticity and usefulness of the answer posted.

We understand the concerns that cellphone repair store owners face every day. In order to make your business a success, you’d like to have the best knowledge about everything related to it. RepairDesk endeavors to provide you with not only the best cellphone repair POS software but also the most valuable information in the field, so we can win together!

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