But don’t think of us as just another set of automotive marketing consultants. We put our team to work on campaigns immediately, with little to no time wasted on your end. This is what separates us from our competition. We still spend time educating clients on best practices, but we don’t expect you to do the heavy lifting.
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Content like this appeals to many more people in your marketplace then content about your latest makes and models, biggest sale of the year, oil change discount etc. Content like this builds relationships and we all know relationships sell cars.
4. Deliver and build. Deliver on what you said you were going to do for the prospect. Then make sure you build the relationship. Don’t expect them to stay with you or use you for other needs if you aren’t taking the time to build the relationship with them. The sales process doesn’t end with the sale.
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This will come in handy because in digital transformation, not only do business processes evolve but the company’s entire value proposition changes, says Jeanne Ross, principal research scientist at the Center for Information Systems Research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). “It either already has or it’s going to, because digital technologies make things possible that weren’t possible before,” she explains.
As an example, if someone looks at a red truck on your website, they would receive an email with information about the red truck, they would see ads for the red truck, and your sales team would be alerted about the potential customer.
Traditionally, IT departments looked askance at these kinds of do-it-yourself shadow IT programs, but that’s changing. Ferro, for one, says that it’s better to look at those teams not as rogue groups but as people who are trying to help. “It’s less about ‘Hey, something’s escaped,’ and more about ‘No, we just actually grew our capacity and grew our ability to innovate,’” he explains.
This is the idea that when you go to an automotive website, your experience won’t mirror the experience of other visitors. Whether you’re logging in as someone who just bought a vehicle or you’ve never visited the store, the site should look different. Personalization is the idea that your website and your digital channels change based on someone’s history. So how do you do that?
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So, we use text campaigns sparingly. But as our opt-in list builds, I expect to add text marketing into our mix. Outsell says text messages have a 99% read rate, and 90% are read within three minutes of delivery.
A few years ago the popular wisdom was to get your financing from a bank or a credit union, because the dealership’s financing was more expensive. That’s no longer the case. Most of the time, my Finance Department can beat your local bank or credit union, sometimes by a substantial margin. However, I would still recommend going to your bank or credit union first, even if you don’t end up using their financing in the end. Why? Because, as a salesperson, I would rather someone else be the first to educate you on what you don’t qualify for. Let them be “the Bad Guy.” Let me be the hero who gets you a better rate.
Understand the opportunity, however. Manufacturers use TVC-type videos and have very large budgets. So don’t try and compete with them. Put in the mind of the buyer while they’re doing early research and produce your own videos answering any early questions they might have. Involve past customers, staff with any particular authority, and even influencers in the industry.
Car salesmen rank among the least happy careers. Overall they rank in the 3rd percentile of careers for satisfaction scores. Please note that this number is derived from the data we have collected from our Sokanu members only.
How often are car buyers very informed? Like when you’re selling an Evo, how often is it the buyer is a real enthusiast looking for something fun vs some douchefuck that saw fast and furious and wants to add 20 turbos and 1000 shot of NOS to it? In the same boat, how often would an enthusiast come look at special cars like AMG cars or Evos just to come see them and oggle (I use to do this when the STi came to America, thinking I would never have money to have one)? Does this make most car salesman mad? Would you rather deal with an enthusiast who knows what he’s talking about or a soccer mom?
Today’s Business Insider wrote about Audi ignoring the easy way to promote diesel, inspired after sitting through this celebrity inundated commercial. The writer suggests Audi should dump the ambiguous “TDI” nomenclature and just tag the cars as “Diesel” on the car itself. This simple move would show that diesels are quiet, attractive, and not smelly.
While businesspeople aren’t expected to start coding, their involvement in process design is crucial. One of the techniques that many organizations have adopted to help IT and businesspeople visualize business processes together is design thinking (for more on design thinking techniques, see “A Cult of Creation“).
Abstract Many observers of the American automobile industry have focused on Ford’s development of mass production shortly before the First World War; they have then moved to General Motors’s success in the 1920s, usually attributing it to a marketing innovation, the
Fortunately (or unfortunately, depending on your point of view) while the studies from Dealer.com and Digital Air Strike confirm the growing use and importance of Facebook to online consumers, those same studies found that traditional online review sites and ratings still carry the most weight when making their decisions.
The first thing you should do to take advantage of the increasing mobile market is to make sure you have a mobile friendly version of your website. The easiest way to make your website is mobile ready is to create what is called a “responsive” website. Responsive websites adjust their size depending on the size of the screen they’re being displayed on. This works ok, but you need to make sure that your whole website is designed to resize; if just one image won’t adjust its dimensions, it can throw the whole site off for your mobile browsers. A better option is to create a mobile site from the ground up. That way you have a site designed to work on the small touch screens of mobile devices without worrying about whether the add-ons and extensions you have installed on your traditional site will work on a smartphone.