Ever wonder what you’re missing by having “Block of Time Window” Scheduling options vs Down to the Minute?
We did, so we did the calculations before we ever started coding FittleBug. Below you can clearly see based on certain conservative estimates that if you’re booking is blocks of time and not allowing for the actual time that things take – You are leaving $$$ in Cyberspace, and taking yourself OFF the market to be booked!
|Minutes to perform the customers job||Hours You Work Per Day||Minutes in your Block of Time Option||Lost Minutes Per Hour||Lost Hours Per Day||Estimated Hourly Gross||Per Day Economic Loss||Average Work Day a Month||Per Month Economic Loss||Annualized Economic Loss|
Click to see why it really doesn’t work
The last column of the table shown above is illustrating the economic loss of blocking your time on your online schedule that is NOT used to perform your services. This is for online potential scheduling purposes only and no way is intended to reflect on your ability to “will” something to happen and fill vacant time with your incredible telepathy skills. 😯 (mention the word “telepathy” and we’ll wave the set up fee for the first 5 companies that sign up prior to Nov 30. I just want to see if you read this!