Move cars off the lot faster than you can drive them
A simple guide to selling cars online and creating red hot internet leads for your used car dealership
Saying the used car industry is going through a rapid change would be an understatement. If you’ve been in car sales long enough, you’ve seen the drastic turn towards selling cars online. Where only a fraction of sales were created within online platforms ten years ago, now these methods are the primary force of sales aggregation for dealerships across the country.
So what does this mean for your dealership? It’s time level up your online presence and take every opportunity to offer a better user experience for potential customers searching through your inventory. All of your competing dealerships have at least made a marginal effort to tap into the vast lead sources available online. So how can you beat them to the punch? Real simple: cover all the ground you can with online car listings and improve those listings with the most accurate, transparent and attractive information possible.
5 car dealer marketing mistakes you can’t afford to make in today’s digitally connected world.
There isn’t much room for debate when it comes to the importance of digital marketing these days. Consumers are expecting the best digital experience from businesses. As technology continues to influence how your customers make decisions for buying products, the more intense the consequences of not having a solid digital marketing strategy will become.
Good automotive internet marketing can have a drastic influence on how many sales you make this year. Up your conversions with these top 10 campaign ideas.
Remember the days when customers appeared at your car dealership every morning with heaps of cash, waiting eagerly to spend their money with you, even though you hardly marketed to them? Can’t recall? That’s because it never happened.
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Many auto dealers have had varying degrees of success with digital marketing, and many have failed to keep up with the ever-changing winds of how customers expect to be engaged online.
Plus, it’s difficult to keep your finger on the pulse when you have a business to run. A business, many like to point out, that can stand on its legs without all this new technology.
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