Just because things are crazy right now doesn’t mean your dealership’s sales should suffer. Too many dealers are taking this “new normal” that’s been forced upon us at face value and are struggling to keep sales up. While it’s true the pandemic might’ve thrown a monkey wrench into your sales, it doesn’t mean you have to take the setbacks lying down. That’s why we’ve put together a list of ways you can take the reins and help your dealership grow in the wake of COVID-19 “setbacks.”
As stay-at-home orders are beginning to lift around the country, many dealerships are facing the reality that daily operations are going to be drastically different than they were pre-coronavirus. And if dealerships want to survive the next couple of months, it’s especially important they know what to consider as they ramp up operations. That’s why we’ve put together a list of everything you need to know before re-opening after a shutdown.
Last week we shared some of our top strategies for sustaining success in uncertain times. We broke this piece up into two parts, so you can implement a few strategies at a time. Here’s the second set of tactics to help you bounce back.
A few months ago, life was good. You finally had your processes in line, and your well-oiled machine was making you some serious green. The experts were predicting another year of record sales. And then it happened...coronavirus...and the whole world seemed to implode...
With various stay-at-home orders popping up everywhere, even if your state considers you an essential business, it might be tough getting customers right now. But we understand, some sales are better than no sales, so that’s why we’ve put together our top tips to help you attract customers and sell cars in the midst of this craziness.
The coronavirus pandemic won’t last forever. But is your dealership ready to handle the ripple effect it’ll have on the auto industry when it’s over? Here’s what the experts are saying that impact will look like, so you can start preparing now.
Things might be slow right now, but they won’t be slow forever. That’s why we put together the top 11 things your dealership needs to do right now to ensure you’re ready for the snapback when this thing blows over.
As More States Issue Stay-At-Home Orders, Many Dealerships Move To Remote And Hands-Free Sales Options—Here’s What Your Employees Need To Know About Communicating With Customers Via Phone, Text and Email
As more states issue stay-at-home orders, some dealerships move to remote and hands-free sales options. This shift to alternative communication methods may be a difficult for a number of positions in your dealership, especially positions who don’t frequently communicate by text, email and phone. Here are some good reminders for your staff as they move more of their communication with customers to text, phone and email.
As a leader at your dealership, what you say to your customers and employees matters now more than ever. Here’s a guide to help you confidently navigate conversations during these tough times.
Its only March of 2020 and experts are ALREADY predicting a slow year for car sales. But slowing sales in the industry doesn’t have to be scary. You just need a clear plan for how you can remain profitable in slow times.
Is your BDC worth the cost it takes to run it? Here’s everything you need to make sure your BDC is firing on all cylinders and helping you sell more cars.
Point blank: Your sales team needs to start asking better questions. In our new post, we show you the questions they should be asking to create better connections with customers and sell more cars.