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According to the NADA, new vehicle revenue in 2016 was $995 billion, and sales to women accounted for $445 billion of that revenue at new car dealerships. With women buying 4.5 of every 10 cars, how can you increase your sales to…
The information that the technician provides the manufacturer is one of the most vital sources of product improvement information that the manufacturer can get! So by writing your comments well, you are doing what you do best to not only help the customer but also keep vehicles functioning and improving. You are what helps us get kids to school,…
Excuses are the DNA of underachievers. It's the one that all underachievers have in common, and making excuses in turn makes you common, ordinary, repulsive, unpopular, and ultimately holds you back from being unstoppable in all you do.
There are several excuses that can hold you back from living the game changer life, but in my newest podcast episode I share 4 of the most commonly used ones that you may hear others give - or that you may even utter yourself from time to time.…
Here are some key concepts I’ve learned both from my mentors and from my own life experience — to maintain a success-oriented attitude. The common element to each of these is that you have to take Action:
Surround Yourself with Mentors/Role Models — Build a circle of positive people who dream bigger and think bigger than you do. Whenever possible, dump…
I recently spoke at a conference in Orlando. After my presentation, I noticed a workshop on the schedule: “How to recruit and keep your technicians.” I ran down the hall to a room packed like sardines. The conference-goers were anxious to attend because someone was finally going to share the magic bullet! A woman approached the podium. We awaited her message with anxious…
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Posted by Ralph Paglia on August 3, 2010 at 12:43pm
Have you ever been in a situation where you were able to review leads prior to assigning those leads to a salesperson?If so, and if you are a sales manager who cares about increasing sales, you most likely looked at the characteristics of each lead before deciding which salesperson to assign that…Continue
Started by Ralph Paglia in Internet Lead Management Dec 7, 2010.
We would like to hear from some ISM's out there about what it is like being an Internet Sales Manager today and What is the Biggest Challenge You Have Faced Lately?
Started by Ralph Paglia in Internet Sales Department Aug 3, 2010.
Reputation Sensei combines brand marketing and reputation management to help businesses build, manage, protect and market their online reputation to the 91% of people that look at online reviews and reputation before making a purchasing decision.
Digital Media Nation Drives Trust and Referrals with the Launch of Reputation Sensei Peachtree Corners, GA, September 18, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Digital Media Nation, a marketing agency specializing in reputation, social media and video…
For many automotive dealers, as sales commonly occur in brick-and-mortar showrooms, it may be difficult for such…
Distinguishing clearly between the mobile platform and the desktop platform is of paramount importance when it comes to search engine optimization.
More specifically, mobile platform has not just influenced the way businesses used to represent themselves over the internet but, it…
Does anyone have suggestions for gaining applicants among the service department?
I've tried it all from yard-signs to calling the schools and asking for people right out of training but am still having a hard time?
Any input or ideas would be appreciated.