Social Network Management
… And it’s ended up being a substantial impact on the course of the Web. Every dealer knows that they require to be involved in social networks to complete in today’s market, but it’s extremely time-consuming to even come up with a reliable social media strategy … let alone execute the method correctly. Our professional group of social networks gurus is here to assist take your dealer’s social media presence to the next level, so you can invest your time selling cars, not sitting at your computer system.
Our 80/20 Guideline Ensures Engagement and Interest
There’s no faster method to drive away fans and followers than to never post anything but links to cars in your inventory. Social media is everything about community and conversation (regrettably, many dealers do not understand this). We’ll publish to your social media profiles according to our 80/20 rule: 80% of the content will be fun and interesting, and 20% will be marketing related info. If you publish fascinating updates, you’ll acquire followers and fans, and whenever they interact with your posts, all of their good friends and followers will see the interaction– assisting you to reach potential clients that aren’t even following your dealer!
Facebook– The King of Social Sites
Facebook is the world’s most popular social site, now creating more day-to-day gos to than Google. We’ll produce a social hub that will bring in prospective clients and engage previous customers. We’ll help you establish a promo to encourage people to “like” your page, and can even assist with Facebook contests to really drive engagement. We’ll post updates throughout the week to keep your fans interested and keep your dealership at front-of-mind.
Twitter– Microblogging for Success
Twitter is growing greatly, and our group will work to guarantee your dealership’s success with all the fans of “microblogging.” Our style group will produce a customized branded Twitter skin, so your fans will associate your Twitter page with your business identity. While it’s possible to tweet individual inventory products from inside our system, we’ll actually encourage you not to do so. Twitter is all about conversation, so we’ll avoid simply blasting out your inventory … we’ll really participate in the discussion so your dealership is heard.