Make Money Mondays with Sean V. Bradley - Special Edition - Ryan Holtz - "Work" - Car Sales
Canadian Internet & Digital Marketing Director, Ryan Holtz Reviews the Internet Sales 20 Group
Ryan flew all the way from Canada to attend the most recent Internet Sales 20 group in Los Angeles. He was blown away by the #is20g. He said it was the BEST conference that he has ever attended... EVER!
It seems as though YouTube is usually left to the waste side due to Dealers feeling as though it takes too much time or effort in keeping up their channel, or even more so coming up with a subject to talk about without making it sound like an advertisement. Getting inspired to make a video can be as easy as capitalizing on the people and customers that surround you daily, even your inventory can make an appearance, but how?
You need to evoke emotion.
You can make a YouTube video using your smartphone or digital camera; it doesn’t need to be a fancy production, just a clean one. Try to keep it steady or invest in a tri-pod to be your camera person. Have your sales reps be advocates of the dealership by sharing which car they love the most or by sharing their story of how they became a part of the Dealership.
Tap into loyal customers and ask for reviews on their vehicles or to have them share their customer service experience on camera.
Showcase your inventory by telling a story about the car, more like what the car can do FOR you than how much it will cost or quickly going over its specs. Instead, share how to use the Ford Sync or why your form of the mini-van is great for families, walk them through it as a friend, not a salesperson.
In the following video you can learn more on how your Dealership can use YouTube with three easy steps in 3 minutes.
BY Erin Ryan
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