Sometimes coming up with new marketing ideas can seem impossible. Who has time for that? That’s why we put together a quick list of 105 Ways To Sell A Car.
Customers won’t buy a car from a salesperson they hate. But hiring likable and competent salespeople can be difficult. That’s why we’ve put together a list of the five traits you should look for in every candidate and the questions you need to ask to identify these traits.
Check any BDC and you’ll find that not enough calls are being made to each prospect and that leads are not being reached fast enough. We know that leads drop in quality rapidly after being created, so you need a system for following up with leads fast and often. We’ve got the answer in our new post. Check it out now!
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.
The secret to your salespeople closing more deals is all in the opening. First impressions are everything, and if your salespeople aren’t doing it right, it could ruin their opportunity (and your dealership’s opportunity) for a sale within the first three minutes of meeting a customer. Here’s everything your salespeople need to know about customer greetings in order to build better rapport and close more customers.
Whether your dealership is selling more than you ever thought possible or you’re struggling to survive, you could always use more ups on the lot. That’s why we’re sharing the ONE thing successful dealerships are doing now to attract more customers and sell more cars.
Summertime should be your busiest selling season. So here’s some ways your dealership can sell even more and make the most out of the next couple months.
It’s Not What You Say…It’s How You Say It—Teaching Your Team Tonality And How It Can Help You Sell More Cars
You teach your salespeople about the inventory, the processes, and how to close a sale. But most salespeople are never trained on their tonality even though good use of tonality can help your team build rapport with customers, which will help them close more deals. That’s why we’ve put together a guide for training your team on the importance of tonality.
Many dealerships are facing numerous unprecedented challenges right now. But no matter what you’re facing, we’ve curated recommendations for tackling any obstacle holding your dealership back from growth right now.
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.