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Understanding success or failure of marketing on Facebook can be broken down to the basic element: the post. Judging the effectiveness of your posts is clear and easy with Facebook Insights.
While the platform (finally) has a robust dashboard that allows users to dive deep into the effectiveness of their page, there are three numbers to…Continue
You have Google Analytics implemented across all your dealer group's sites. You know that data based analysis grows more important to your dealership management teams and the decisions they make every year. You may have even heard Google's Avinash Kaushik railing against traditional web stats at the last Digital Dealer conference in Orlando. But you're not sure how to…Continue
I have to admit that the title of this post is a loaded question. I could even argue that it is the wrong question to be asking. The answers as provided by Builditz.com in this Infographic are based on data harvested from their significant campaign…Continue
Added by Joe Schwartz on December 31, 2012 at 6:00pm — No Comments
The latest projections show that by 2014, nearly three-quarters of all US internet users will watch video online at least once per month. If you are like many dealers we have spoken with about their video marketing needs, you are probably asking this fundamental question: how do I measure the success of my video marketing efforts?
Here is what one survey of advertisers and agencies in North America…Continue
Added by Joe Schwartz on December 13, 2012 at 5:56am — No Comments
This is the third in a series of blogs I’ve been writing on metrics: in my last blog we discussed the average percentage of sales in dealerships that can be attributed to Internet leads. This week, I’d like to talk about average front-end gross per vehicle.
In a recent survey we conducted, we asked dealerships representing all types of makes…Continue
Periodically, we receive an email or a phone call from an ISM wanting to know how to increase their closing ratio from 30% to 40%. I often have to bite my lip in order to prevent myself from laughing hysterically. Invariably, I start to ask how that dealership is measuring its closing ratio. However, as I am asking that question, I am always asking myself why isn't there a standard equation for measuring closing ratio?
Let's think about other forms of measurement,…Continue