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Mike Gorun's Blog Posts Tagged 'car' (7)

Go Fast and Break Things

The title of this blog post originated from a thought-provoking interview with Chad Mitchell, senior director of digital communications at Walmart. In the interview he lays out a philosophy that every industry – especially…

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Added by Mike Gorun on April 11, 2017 at 6:30am — No Comments

How One Dealer’s Gumbo Attracted His Community

A recent article in Automotive News tells the story of Carlos Liriano, a car dealer from New Orleans who migrated his dealership to Texas and brought with him a passion – gumbo. Initially, it started as a way to…

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Added by Mike Gorun on March 28, 2017 at 7:04am — No Comments

Digital Car Buyers Mean More Showroom Traffic, Not Less

There’s a big push in our industry right now to bring as much of the car buying process online as possible. Startups are entering the space believing that consumers want this ability and automotive vendors of all sizes are creating products to facilitate that.

 

However, some dealers are afraid to adopt these solutions for fear of loss of control and decreased…

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Added by Mike Gorun on October 18, 2016 at 6:59am — No Comments

The Key to Earning Business from Millennials May Not Be What You Think

In our industry, one universal sales practice is to tailor your techniques to the wants and needs of the customer in front of you. If you have a young male drooling over that sports car, you’ll probably be talking about performance specs, 0-60 times and horsepower. If you have a young family, you’re probably going to be reviewing all of the safety features of the…

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Added by Mike Gorun on November 3, 2015 at 4:40am — No Comments

Who Is More Loyal? Floyd Mayweather Or The Dealer?

A recent article in Automotive News relayed the story of Obi Obeke and how he had sold 39 cars to world-famous boxer Floyd Mayweather.

The article explains how Okeke has been willing to do…

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Added by Mike Gorun on July 8, 2015 at 5:30am — No Comments

Do You Know What Your Churn Rate Is? You Should.

“When Coca-Cola changed their secret formula in 1983, loyalists were outraged. Coca-Cola received 1,500 calls per day and more than 400,000 angry calls and letters. A psychiatrist Coke hired to listen in on calls told executives that customers sounded as if they were discussing the death of a loved one.” […

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Added by Mike Gorun on June 17, 2015 at 5:00am — No Comments

Three Easy Ways to Analyze Your Dealership Marketing & Increase Its Effectiveness

In today’s world of constant noise, it’s more difficult than ever to market your dealership. Dealers are constantly trying to guess where the best ROI is when considering how to spend marketing dollars. How much money do I invest in traditional marketing? Online marketing? Direct mail marketing? The rep from each medium will tell you that their media is the best to use for…

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Added by Mike Gorun on May 7, 2013 at 8:29am — No Comments

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