Recently I met with an Uber employee and they told me that the average rating for a driver in Minnesota is a 4.6, which is the bare minimum not to be deactivated.
When it comes to ratings, I would bet that most cities are similar to mine.
This is a bad thing for the industry as a whole, but a good thing for your personal profits.
I’ve heard people argue that we’re not competing with other drivers, but I would respectfully disagree.
If you have a passenger who has ridden before, they will compare you to them. So in a way, you are competing. This is where excellent service is such a crucial factor.
Most drivers are not great. In fact, most quit or are deactivated in the first few months. And the ones that stick around often give a mediocre effort.
That’s why this section called Six Star Service: How to Get Maximum Tips With Rideshare Services exists.
We want to be so good that passengers feel like they got way more than they paid for. We want them to wish there was a “six star” option.
Our goal with this course is that every rider, after riding with a driver that’s taken this course, will be ruined forever.
We want to create a new bar of expectations for them, set so high that they look back on a trip with you and remember just how good it was.
We want the ride to be so good, that passengers would not only feel compelled to tip, but be happy to!
What Will I Learn?
- You must either be a current driver or an aspiring driver.
- You must have a qualified car or are planning on getting one.
- You must be eager and open to learn!
Who is the target audience?
- Anyone who is not satisfied with their earnings with ridesharing.
- Anyone who wants to take their ridesharing skills to the next level.
- Anyone who wants to take steps to becoming an elite top 1% earner.
- Anyone who wants to diversify their income.