kle consumer public.
WOULD YOU LIKE CAR SHOPPERS TO FALL IN LOVE WITH YOUR DEALERSHIP?
Of course you would! In this fun and informative 1 hour webinar, top Internet sales trainer Joe Webb will detail the 4 Ways to Make Customers Fall Desperately in Love with Your Dealership. Relating car sales with romantic comedy films, Joe will expertly discuss how you can make deep, meaningful connections with consumers that can lead to long-lasting love affairs.
Attendees of this smart, funny and highly entertaining session will learn how to successfully court potential customersthrough their:
– website and digital assets
– lead management
– showroom experience
– dealership brand and reputation
Love is a many splendored thing and in the end, everyone just wants to be loved. If you are ready to woo more cars shoppers and learn 4 Ways to Make Customers Fall Desperately in Love with Your Dealership, then this is a presentation you simply can’t afford to miss!
PRESENTER: JOE WEBB is the President of DealerKnows, an Internet sales and digital marketing consulting firm specializing in the automotive industry. He maximizes companies’ online investments through on-site training, virtual consulting, and the industry’s first lead management coaching software. Joe has been called “the funniest guy in the car business” and passionately speaks and consults internationally. He films comedic videos about car sales that are almostentertaining, writes for countless publications and online resource sites, and is viewed as one of the top process improvement experts in our industry. As a true “dealer guy” with a history of retail success, Joe is best known for blending the lines between entertainment and education and he can be reached at Joe@DealerKnows.com.
PRIZE ALERT: Need a little extra help getting Cupid’s arrow to find its target? One (1) lucky attendee will receive 20 graded leads from TaskTeacher, DealerKnows’ industry-first lead monitoring and coaching service. This is a tremendous prize for your dealership and it can only be won by attending the live broadcast.…
iring. If they get lucky and find a natural salesperson who excels without any training, they pat themselves on the back even though they hired 20 - 30 greenpeas who didn't make the grade but MIGHT have if they had proper training.
"Are you hungry?" is the worst question I've ever heard in a job interview. Why not just say "Are you desperate? We only hire desperate people because we don't want to pay qualified people what they're worth"? (My private rant)
For me, the great candidate demonstrates good character, ethical behavior, empathy, and enthusiasm for the job. Replace "Are you hungry?" with "Do you have the ambition to excel at what you do and take pride in doing so?"…
Added by Tom Gorham at 6:11pm on December 15, 2012
ds them. In fact, from my discussions with local dealers who are still signed up with them, they are biting that hand by grasping for more bird-dog fees for sales they had nothing to do with and not allowing dealers to prove otherwise.…
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