Attracting Your Customers Through Instagram and Facebook | Tesla Planning to Launch Model Y in Early 2020 | Four Automakers Planning to Implement Blockchain Technology

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On today’s CBT Newscast for Friday, May 4th, 2018:

Attracting Your Customers Through Instagram and Facebook – Car Social, Cars.com
On average we spend an hour on social media platforms each day even revisiting these sights up to eight different times. Jake Wittler, Sr. Product Marketing Manager for Cars.com Joins CBT Automotive Network to tell us how they are bringing your dealership’s inventory to where your shopping audience is through their new ad product Car Social. Watch Now

Building Trust and Transparency During Your Car Auction Experience – Joe Neiman, AVC Auctions
Car auctions should provide dealerships a efficient and productive way to buy a car at a  wholesale price. For Dealers, it’s important you go into the transaction feeling confident, relaxed and safe. AVC Auctions wants to provide that experience for you and Joe Neiman, the company’s Founder, tells CBT Automotive Network just how they achieve that. Watch Now

Emergency And Safety Training: What Your Dealership Should Know And How To Be Prepared
To get through any sort of emergency, you need proper preparation. There are various reasons as to why you should cultivate a culture of safety in a dealership. First and foremost, a culture of safety keeps employees injury free as they perform their duties. Secondly, its mandatory for all businesses to keep their business in compliance with the regulations set by the United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Lastly, its important due to insurance and liability purposes. Read More

What the New Steel Tariffs Mean for the Car Business
The Trump Administration is serious about keeping jobs here in America. Part of the strategy to keep those jobs here in America is to impose stiff tariffs on goods imported from other countries. One of commodities with the greatest potential for impact is steel. 20 years ago, most of the steel consumed in the United States was produced here, but in recent years, a series of free trade agreements have facilitated the downsizing of the U.S. steel industry. Many are hopeful that new tariffs on imported steel will increase steel production in the U.S. The only question is: at what cost? Read More

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