Automotive Internet Sales Version 3.0 is Coming - Automotive Sales - Car Sales - Internet Sales
On this week's Think Tank Tuesday:
- Find out what tool your website is missing
- Learn how to engage and reengage shoppers
- Determine shopper behavior
Why Work Harder For Less?
On this week's Think Tank Tuesday:
✓ Learn how to identify your clients
✓ Find out what you need to be spending time on
✓ Determine key mistakes in your sales process
Using a third-party provider for leads sounds like a great idea in theory. However you need to make sure that these leads you are getting are worth the money you are spending. Learn how to make the most out of using these other providers to ensure you are maximizing your possible leads.
Get the Hard Facts from Samantha Cunningham at POTRATZ, and learn how to provide more opportunities to convert on your website.
- Find out why this happens
- Learn techniques to avoid it
- Get an Excel doc from Paul to track lead leakage
You can't have a successful business unless everyone is on board with the process. Learn how to spot the gaps in your company's strategy on this week's Think Tank Tuesday.
Does your website make shoppers feel good about their purchase? What is the advantage of buying from your brand instead of one with a better price? Learn how your website can help shoppers justify a purchase on this week’s Think Tank Tuesday.
Subi Ghosh Will Be A Speaker At & Megan Barto Will Be Attending The Automotive Internet Sales 20 Group In Atlantic City, NJ
Automotive Internet Sales Coordinators, BDC Reps, Appointments Setters MUST "TO" 100% Of The Time
I was onsite training a High-line Dealership's Internet Sales Department / BDC and shot this video for them and all of YOU.
I believe that the Internet Sales Coordinators, BDC Reps AKA The Appointment Setters should have a 100% "TO" Policy! Yes, I sometimes travel with the Dealer Synergy Video Production Team and a Green Screen LOL! Enjoy the video!!
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How to ACTUALLY Make Money in Car Sales (Webinar) - Sean V. Bradley
"How to ACTUALLY Make Money in Car Sales" - FREE Webinar - Sign Up Now!
Wednesday March 19, 2014, 12:00pm Eastern Time
Sell more cars, more often, with this step-by-step Mind Map Projection.
All automotive professionals aspire to selling 30 units a month, but not everyone achieves this. In order to sell 30 cars a month, you need to do more than wish for it. You have to create a plan, prepare, and strategize and then execute it appropriately. In this webinar, Sean Bradley will teach you exactly what you need to do in order to sell 30 units a month. With step-by-step processes, you will learn how to accurately project how many phone-ups, walk-ins, be-backs, and internet-ups you'll need to connect with in any given day, week, and month to set you up for 30-car success.
In this webinar, you will not be learning sales gimmicks. You will not be learning tricks, and you will not be sold a product. This straight-forward, no-nonsense webinar will give you the exact steps you need to take in order to sell 30 cars in a month.
Sean V. Bradley
Sean V. Bradley
Founder & CEO,
Sean V. Bradley is the top automotive trainer and consultant in the country and is currently one of the most sought after subject matter experts for Internet Sales, Business Development and Digital Marketing. Beginning as a sales consultant, Sean learned the business from the ground up holding positions at dealerships as Sales Manager, Internet Sales Manager, Special Finance Manager and Business Development Director. Furthermore, Sean is the only certified Franklin Covey Trainer and Facilitator in the Automotive Industry and a proud member of the National Speakers Association. Sean is also the creator the Internet Sales 20 Group, an intensive 3-day workshop that is designed for executive management of dealerships. Sign up at www.internetsales20group.com.
CMO Council Report Finds Auto Ecosystem Marketers Looking for Better Ways to Integrate Marketing With Sales Generation and Sales Funnel Activities
SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwired - Mar 3, 2014) - The auto industry ecosystem should do more to leverage social media as a platform for drivingbusiness leads into sales pipelines, argues a new report by the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council. Social media is stimulating extensive auto-related conversations and content that create major opportunities to identify likely buyers and engage them based on their preferences and purchase intent, according to the report, which is entitled "Turning Social Feeds Into Business Leads."
Developed in partnership with hoojook, Inc. -- a Silicon Valley social media intelligence company focused on the auto sector -- the new report finds auto industry marketers are in various stages of adopting social marketing strategies and practices. Most see social as a potentially powerful medium for understanding and engaging consumers, but they are early in the development of marketing and business metrics, as well as processes that integrate social media data more effectively in the sales funnel.
"Social represents an important marketing frontier for the automotive industry," said Donovan Neale-May, Executive Director of the CMO Council. "Senior marketers recognize its capacity to deliver actionable, real-time insights that can help drive overall marketing effectiveness. They also see its value as a dynamic channel for influencing brand preference and purchase. Now they need to take the next step by integrating social more directly into the sales funnel and using it as a new platform for delivering qualified leads."
There is plenty of evidence demonstrating the potential of social as a marketing channel across manufacturing brands, dealerships and aftermarket products and services. For example:
- Thirty-eight (38) percent of consumers say they will consult social media in making their next car purchase.1
- Twenty-three (23) percent of car buyers say they use social media to communicate their purchase experience.1
- Eighty-four (84) percent of automotive shoppers are on Facebook, and 24 percent of them have used Facebook as a resource for making their vehicle purchases.1
- Forty (40) percent of new car purchases over the next 10 years will be made by millennials.2
- Ninety-four (94) percent of millennial car buyers gather information online.3
- Clicks on Facebook auto ads climbed from 16 percent to 39 percent between October 2012 and April 2013.1
Based on interviews with senior marketers and executives from auto manufacturers, dealer networks, aftermarket service providers and B2B automotive solutions companies such as Autonation, Costco Auto Program, Nissan, Cadillac, Car MD, KIA, Aspen Marketing Services, Express Oil Change, Mazda, Snap-on, Dealertrack and DME Automotive, the report finds that senior marketers are highly interested in developing and using new systems and processes to leverage social more effectively for lead acquisition and acceleration. However, most say they are only in the very early stages of the process and often express caution about possible brand reputation issues when overtly marketing to individuals on social.
Nonetheless, the report argues that the use of social in combination with natural language processing and big data analytics, along with social's ability to deliver meaningful content and commentary in context, has the potential to make it a highly effective medium for identifying, segmenting and engaging consumers based on preferences and where they are in the purchase cycle.
"The technology now exists to process and analyze social streams -- not only to understand broader consumer attitudes and reputational issues, but also to identify, segment and profile individual consumers based on where they are in the purchase cycle, their preferences and needs, and even psychographic characteristics that influence how they want to engage with brands and service providers," said Shauli Chaudhuri, CEO of hoojook. "Consumers are using social media to find product recommendations, access dealer reviews, voice complaints, display preference, consider peer opinions, capitalize on coupon offers, and engage in ongoing dialogues with their favorite automotive brands. We believe the auto industry will benefit greatly from data-driven analytics to identify potential customers and social content delivery systems that bring automotive OEMs, dealers, aftermarket service providers and other members of the ecosystem closer to the consumers who are looking to make purchases."
The full strategic report is available for download today and features valuable insights, including:
- Campaigns focused on cars generate much higher consumer engagement and interest than other social media initiatives, such as charitable causes.
- Reputation management is seen as potentially the most critical aspect of social marketing, with consumer-generated content and commentary having a huge influence on purchasing decisions.
- Marketers view social as most effective when integrated with other channels and marketing approaches; many view social analytics as an invaluable source of insight for other digital and offline marketing efforts.
- Facebook is widely regarded as the most powerful social channel for automotive, but marketers say other channels can be more effective, depending on the need and strategy.
To download the report, please visit http://www.cmocouncil.org/r/social-feeds-into-business-leads
Do you want to grow your business without working more? Find out ways to move the rocks in the road that are stopping you from moving forward. That's this week's tip on Think Tank Tuesday.
Do you have a strategy to market your dealership to Gen Y? Unsure of why you need one? What if I told you Gen Y, defined as those ranging from ages 18-34, make up the largest chunk of the current population? It's important to understand how to market to this generation and capture these potential sales.
Get the Hard Facts from Samantha Cunningham at POTRATZ, and learn how to get through to Gen Y.
Sean V. Bradley Keynote Speech "The Evolution & Natural Selection Of The Automotive Sales Industry" At The Los Angeles Internet Sales 20 Group
Do you think you are doing everything you can but can't figure out why more money isn't coming in? There may be one key component missing. Find out what you are missing to reach your goals this week on Think Tank Tuesday.
Sean V. Bradley Demonstrates "How To Properly Shoot A Car Salesman's Value Package Video"
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