Thursday, September 23, 2021
Home Auto News Sales Strategy

Sales Strategy

Train Yourself To Stop Using Excuses For Setbacks At Your Dealership

Until you start to view obstacles as inevitable and deal with them directly, your business will not go far. BY DAVID LEWIS “Ninety-nine percent of the failures come from people who have the habit of making excuses.” This observation came from peanut butter creator George Washington Carver, and if anyone ever had a good excuse […]
To access this post, you must log in or purchase Monthly $17.95 or Yearly $159

Safety in Numbers: Boost Confidence, Boost Sales

Impress both the buyer and her companion to improve dealership sales. BY ANNE FLEMING When buying a car, 54 percent of women bring someone with...

Strategize How To Get The Most Out Of Automotive Conference Attendance

Great ideas don’t get magically implemented. Pick your sessions carefully, and plan how to push through the best suggestions. BY GLENN PASCH Each month, car...

Boomer Car Buyers Are Your Best Bet

62.3% of all new vehicles are purchased by buyers over 50 *1. People 50 to 68 are known in the marketing world as Baby...

Sales Consultant Recruiting Made Easy

Implementing significant changes in your sales process will go far in attracting young, well-educated salespeople and increase your employee retention rate. BY MARK RIKESS Easily...

Creativity Sells Cars

Employee satisfaction lies at the core of Continental Automotive Groups success. BY CAROL WHITE Unlike a lot of second-generation dealers, Will Hardeman and his sister...

Constant Change

The Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association still operates on many of the principles that it was founded on more than 100 years ago,...

Strategy Before Tactics When It Comes to Facebook

When deciding whether to have a separate Facebook account for business and personal, it’s best to examine your marketing goals. BY KATHI KRUSE I’m not...
- Advertisement -

Latest Articles

This category can only be viewed by members. To view this category, sign up by purchasing – Monthly-17-95 or – Yearly-159.