You can become a What’s On In franchisee for under £1,000
Of the What’s On In franchise, managing director Stephen Smith (pictured) says: “It was simple, we know
the UK online advertising market is worth £89 billion and we saw the market was wide open.
“We also wanted to make our franchise available to anyone and that’s why we priced it at £789. The return on investment is amazing. We also offer an interest free finance package.”
Dani Smith, joint managing director, says: “I needed to make sure our web platform was user friendly for
the advertisers and that we could offer any business a free sales web page.
“82 per cent of UK businesses have no website, so we needed to address this with a free web page for every advertiser.”
A typical What’s On In website not only offers a franchisee an excellent income from advertisers, but also allows them to place affiliates on their website, which pay franchisees up to 70 per cent affiliate commission.
A franchisee needs no technical knowledge, as all loading of adverts is carried out by the What’s On In support team. Bookings are made online via the website and payment is made within three minutes direct to the franchisee’s PayPal account, which means excellent cash flow.
Potential monthly incomes are £5,000-£8,000, depending on commitment. Franchisees receive a fully exclusive postcode area.
Stephen and Dani Smith believe What’s On In offers the perfect low cost entry into the profitable franchise arena.
Visit woifranchise.com or call 07860 833822.
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