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A message from Stan Sher, the founder of Dealer eTraining and Stan Sher Consulting. The story and explanation of the message is to let you know that the only way you can continue to grow and be the best is by simply getting excited. Create opportunities through learning, trying new things, and avoiding being stale at all costs. Your craft will continue to be fun.…Continue
Added by Stan Sher on October 6, 2012 at 9:00pm — No Comments
Stan Sher of Stan Sher Consulting and Dealer eTraining would like to give a shout out "Thank You" message to the one and only Grant Cardone. Stan is sporting Cardone posters and gear in order to stay motivated. The goal is to 10X all actions.
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Engagement is everything! If your online community is not engaging you, they aren’t seeing your message. I went into a lot more detail in a recent blog post that I wrote entitled “Car Dealers Are Not the Kardashians”.
One note before I begin, having a lot of Facebook likes is great but having quality LOCAL likes is so much more important. A lot of what I will talk about will be general tips but take them and put a local twist whenever possible. Find topics that people in your community…
Added by Rob Hagen on October 6, 2012 at 6:17am — No Comments
Stan Sher of Dealer eTraining and co-host of Internet Sales 20 Group in Chicago October 23-25, 2012 wants to personally thank Higher Gear Group for being our title sponsor. Robert Gruen, the founder of Higher Gear Group will also be speaking at this event.
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The most trusted name in live chat brings the top ten blogs and auto news stories right to you! We monitor industry trends, current events and the auto dealer community every week to bring you the top ten blogs and automotive stories from around the globe. In this weekly edition – Facebook hits a billion users, a presidential debate, and social media from…Continue
Added by Stephen Jackson on October 5, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Your auto dealership spends thousands of dollars on external security, in purchasing alarms, special lighting fixtures, and in some cases, having experts come in and design or change showrooms and inventory arrangements to prevent theft. If a prospective customer enters your dealership, he or she can shoplift, but how much? Certainly they can't pilferage as much as a manager, sales person, or administrator. http://bit.ly/SCpCjt
Added by Patric Timmermans on October 5, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Carsdirect Invites You To The 2012 Automotive Internet Sales 20 Group In Chicago October 23-35
Carsdirect is sponsoring and speaking at this 20 group... You don't want to miss this event!…
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30 Car Guy - Robert Weisman Talks About The Internet Sales 20 Group in Chicago - Automotive Sales
Robert Wiesman talks about why the Internet Sales 20 Group is the BETTER Choice over the Digital Dealer 13 event in Las Vegas…
Added by Stan Sher on October 5, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Social Media Based and Self-Published Content Marketing for Car Dealers is Getting More Attention: Used Primarily for Lead Generation and Growing Website Traffic in Marketing Strategies at all Tiers in the Auto…Continue
Getting anyone to recommend a BDC process, lay out a live agent pay plan, and do some comparison between an in-store, centralized, and 3rd-Party BDC at the same time is often difficult. Especially written down and public--well, here is mine on the link below.
Local Market factors must still…
Cutting-edge technology exists that allows the modern and next generation automotive dealership to collect multiple points of data from many different sources and consolidate the view to enhance the consumer online and offline buying experience. Dealers and managers will learn…Continue
Added by Joey Little on October 5, 2012 at 9:22am — No Comments
Automotive Internet Lead Management Sales and CRM/ILM strategies to be taught by Stan Sher of Dealer eTraining on October 11, 2012 at Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association (GNYADA).
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I try not to do any promo pieces for my company here on ADM, but this is just a quick note. One year ago, we announced on ADM that KPA had officially purchased…Continue
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I’m not an expert on political policy. For most of last night’s presidential debate, I didn’t really have a clue about what the candidates were talking about. Dodd-Frank? Simpson-Bowles?…Continue
Added by Stephen Jackson on October 4, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments
Everyone knows that the automotive industry runs on loyalty. Faced with an ever-competitive landscape, dealers strive to cultivate long-term relationships with customers to drive auto sales and increase service and parts revenue. Dealers have…Continue
The social media sites were hot last night during the presidential debate between Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and current President Barrack Obama. Since the election of former President Bill Clinton, our nation has been evenly divided over which man is the best person…Continue
Let's face it. Klout is, for all intents and purposes, just a way for people to bolster their confidence and flex their social media muscle. It's a game, really, but one that's fun and that can help like-minded professionals find each other and network more effectively.
We compiled a list of the…Continue
According to the recent reports, the US financial advisers see fewer benefits from their use of social media as out of 440 advisers, only 25% are of the opinion that social media is necessary to reach out to a large mass of people. The same figure was at its double when most individuals and business firms thought this to be the best way to reach out to the target audience and boost the profit level with…Continue
Added by Rick Murphy on October 3, 2012 at 11:00pm — No Comments
A few years ago I boarded an airplane bound for the island nation of the Philippines. I spent a couple of years there learning the language (Cebuano/Visaya), meeting and making new friends, and providing service to those in need.
In my pursuit to learn the language, I was provided with some basic training and taught…
Added by Michael Cirillo on October 3, 2012 at 5:21pm — No Comments