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Bringing a car to the service drive for maintenance and repairs is necessary, but few customers look forward to the task. Even the smallest repair can take time out of the day and create an inconvenience. Yet,…Continue
Added by Anne Fleming on July 25, 2018 at 10:30am — No Comments
Most auto shoppers start their search on the web but would it surprise you to know that the #1 online destination for women shoppers is your dealership’s website? That’s right, our research lists the top sites nationally that women visit prior to buying a vehicle. They include:
Added by Anne Fleming on June 25, 2014 at 9:30am — No Comments
Today’s Women's Wednesday is going to focus on what it is women really want when buying a car.
What Women Want, starring Mel Gibson, was a great movie about an ad executive, who, after an injury, had the ability to read women’s minds. He could do wondrous things with that power. Knowing what women car buyers want is crucial for dealerships to be successful in today’s market.
Female customers are the fastest growing…Continue
Added by Anne Fleming on June 11, 2014 at 6:30am — No Comments
Today’s Women’s Wednesday focuses on women’s reviews, and why they MUST be a critical, daily and intentional component of your business practice – both with the sales team and in the service drive.
As the #BigDataAuthority on women’s dealership experiences, we have shared that this powerful buying segment will purchase 27 million cars at new and used car dealerships this year. That equates to over 75,000 vehicles a day. What is your share of…Continue
Added by Anne Fleming on May 19, 2014 at 5:16pm — No Comments
As competition tightens, the need for exceptional leaders at dealerships couldn’t be greater...
Wayne Gretzky, the hockey legend, explained the key to his success,…
Added by Anne Fleming on May 14, 2014 at 4:00am — No Comments
With this Women’s Wednesday we will focus on the Service Drive at your store.
Women buy a car about once every 6-7 years, but they visit the service lane several times a year. The good news? This is where on-going loyalty is developed. The not-so-great news is that 42% of women report they no longer go to the service department where they purchased their vehicle. And, you will never know it is their LAST visit, because they may smile, pay the bill, and never say a word, even…Continue