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December 2015, Auto Dealer Today - Feature

Open-Source Selling

By Ronald J. Reahard

Dealers who struggle to close Internet-savvy prospects may benefit from acknowledging the breadth and depth of each customer’s research and offering additional third-party resources.

Tags: Internet Shopper, Sales Tactics, sales training

April 2015, Auto Dealer Today - Feature

Who’s Celling Whom?

Customers no longer have to drive down the street to browse other dealers’ inventories or negotiate for a more favorable price or trade-in value. 

By Ronald J. Reahard

Smartphone-powered customers will prove worthy foes to sales and F&I pros who fail to anticipate their questions and appreciate their easy access to information.

Tags: cell phone, Google, sales, Sales Tactics, sales training

September 2014, Auto Dealer Today - Feature

Stop Punishing Your Staff!

Videos are most effective as part of a training curriculum that adds context to the lessons presented.

By Harlene Doane

Sentencing your sales staff to an afternoon in front of the TV or computer is no way to motivate them.

Tags: Harlene Doane, sales training, special finance

December 2012, Auto Dealer Today - WebXclusive

What You're Thinking Is Really Gross

By Alan Ram

Alan Ram of Proactive Training Solutions discusses how dealers can increase their gross profit.

Tags: BDC, CRM, customer satisfaction, gross profit, Profitability, sales training, sell the vallue, training

September 2012, Auto Dealer Today - WebXclusive

Trendy is Nice, But Don’t Forget the Basics of CRM

By Philip Barras

New CRM technology is great but by itself is not enough for success in customer relationship management. Author Philip Barras discusses the importance of strong CRM processes with an emphasis on the basics.

Tags: BDC, CRM, CRM data usage, Customer Retention, sales training, software, technology

August 2012, Auto Dealer Today - WebXclusive

Finding the Right Balance in CRM at Germain BMW of Naples

In Naples, Fla., the management staff at Germain BMW recently took on the task of better managing phone traffic. The answer was enlisting a call monitoring company, hiring a customer relations manager to handle some BDC-type functions and improving processes.

By Kimberly Long

At Germain BMW of Naples, the store’s customer relationship management strategy was built around maintaining the balance between handling leads efficiently and maintaining a personal touch.

Tags: a phone call and a call guide., BDC, CallRevu, CRM, Customer Relations, customer relations manager, Customer Retention, data mining, follow up, Internet Leads, repeat customers or referrals, sales training, software, technology

August 2006, Auto Dealer Today - WebXclusive

Rich Media For Bigger Bottom Lines

By Maxwell D. Skynard

Maxwell Skynard - Rich media helps you overcome the big trust-objection, but does so in a way that makes them hungry to get behind the wheel... 

Tags: sales training

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