Do you own or work for a transmission repair shop?
Have you had your transmission repaired or replaced?
In either case, our readers would like to hear from you!
We are always on the lookout for mechanics and transmission repair customers who are interested in sharing their personal insights and experiences with our readers.
Regardless of whether you had a seamless or nightmarish experience, had your transmission rebuilt or replaced, had the work done at a dealership or by your brother-in-law, you can add something of value to the conversation.
We’d like to hear about any and all of the following details: what shop you went to, what you thought of their service, what the problem with your vehicle was, how much you paid, etc. Your advice could help someone find that pesky, nagging problem their car has – saving them hundreds or even thousands of dollars.
We accept guest post submissions from repair shops, but they must be “straight from the horse’s mouth” (written by a mechanic, technician or shop owner).
That said, the easiest way to get published is to do an “interview” with us, which can be conducted via email. This is how it works:
- We send you a list of questions about the topic you would like to discuss
- You write an answer to each question on your own schedule
- The completed interview is published
We will include your email address, website and any photos you provide of your shop and staff on the interview page.
If doing an interview isn’t your thing, another way you can contribute is to join our forum and get involved in the discussions there. Answering people’s questions and helping to diagnose their car troubles is an effective way to promote your shop and as well as a great way to create good karma. 😉
- Content must be unique
- Content must be factual and useful to the reader
- We may edit your submission before it is published
- We cannot guarantee that your interview will be published
- Once published, it becomes the property of TransmissionRepairCostGuide.com
We do not publish press releases, sales pitches or poorly written guest posts.
How to Submit a Request
If you’re interested in being interviewed, please let us know using the contact page and include answers to the following in your message:
- Who are you (mechanic or consumer)?
- What insight/experience do you have regarding transmissions?
Thanks in advance if you decide to share your experience!