By: Peyton Hoffman, Director of Public Relations and Event Management
Did you catch these compelling blogs last month? Check out Dominion’s top 5 blogs for August:
Car shoppers utilize their smartphones to research and verify purchases. Making window labels actionable with Quick Response (QR) codes for both new and used inventory is a must in today’s marketplace. It not only makes it easier for shoppers to engage with vehicles, but it also allows them to view inventory, pricing, and other special offers. Keep reading.
Automotive software vendors and consultants preach the value of “Dealer’s Choice” when recommending dealer management software solutions, but are they actually helping or complicating the purchase decision? As a business leader, you should be able to make good choices and decisions based on your auto dealership’s needs. Keep reading.
Build trust and credibility with car buyers through a streamlined vehicle reconditioning process. Be upfront and honest with your shoppers by advertising the details and costs that have been put into your vehicles. We believe that providing additional transparency enhances consumer trust in both your dealership’s brand and staff, resulting in strengthened relationships with your auto dealership. Keep reading.
Does your car dealership have a strong digital presence? With Dominion’s Prime Response Reputation and Social Media Management solution a dealership can drastically increase reviews from their customers, generating trust between the online car shopper and the sales representative. Learn more about the Prime Response program and Clift Buick GMC’s experience. Keep reading.
What does it take to turn a car dealership’s demonstrated equity mining potential into actual sales? A simple solution, real relationships, and a dedication to process. General Manager Johnnie Andrawos and his team at Jay Wolfe Toyota of West County partnered with DealActivator in the last year to achieve just that. See how they managed to surpass their peak point after hitting a plateau. Keep reading.