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What NOT To Do If You Want More "Likes" On Your Dealership's Facebook Page

What are some of the things to avoid if you want to get more "Likes" for your dealership's Facebook Page?  Here are a few that I found thanks to a Facebook link posted by Scott Monty...

Many thanks to Scott Monty for sharing the following link on Facebook, which is where we found this gem:

My primary purpose in sharing this humor laden look at social media content is to emphasize that "Consumer Engagement" does not happen from posting inventory on Twitter or transposing ad copy to a dealership Facebook page... The best, most meaningful and highest ROI consumer engagement comes from posting real-world stories, interesting photos, videos and self deprecation that establishes the genuine humanity within your dealership's organization along with creating desire among people using social media to meet your dealership's employees... yes, the PEOPLE in your dealership, because they want to do business with people they LIKE!

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Tags: Dealership, Facebook, Fans, Likes, Marketing, More, Page, Social Media, Want, What NOT To Do

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Comment by George O'Sullivan on April 19, 2012 at 5:46pm

I do not have any nuns, but we do have a cage on the back of an F450, so we are halfway there.  I can get the nuns from my kids school.  Let's see how that video works!

Comment by Ralph Paglia on April 19, 2012 at 3:39pm

George - I am definitely interested in the Tanks, but do you have any Cage-Fighting Nuns to put in them?

Comment by George O'Sullivan on April 19, 2012 at 3:36pm

Scott and Ralph,

Thanks for sharing this.  It is hilarious and insightful.

BTW if anyone needs them we have 3 tanks (Hummer's) in stock!  

Comment by Ralph Paglia on April 16, 2012 at 8:43am

I agree with Timothy Martell... It is obvious from this article that we need to stock more Army Surplus Tanks in our used car inventory!  However... My Catholic upbringing longs to see those Cage-Fighting Nuns... I know how tough Nuns can be, so this is a very appealing concept to me.

Comment by Ralph Paglia on April 13, 2012 at 12:43pm

Scott - Good insights... For over 100 years car dealers have used stories to help sell cars, and social media is a platform that is optimized for story telling!

Comment by Scott Monty on April 13, 2012 at 10:43am

Ralph, thank you for sharing (and attributing it) as well as your very insightful comment to lead this discussion.

In my experience I've found that simply taking what we know from face-to-face communication and applying that on social sites - as opposed to taking what we know from internet-based lead generation and applying it on social sites - works well. Every dealer worth his or her salt knows how to relate to people and tell stories. We all need to remember those talents here.

Comment by Tom Gorham on April 13, 2012 at 10:02am

Ralph, I'm guilty.  I pay attention mostly to the blogs.  I will have to start visiting the forums more often.  Thanks!

Comment by Aj Maida on April 13, 2012 at 9:03am

Love it...It's what I call being "Socially Unacceptable"

Comment by Ralph Paglia on April 13, 2012 at 8:54am

Tom - Your comment about comments on ADM is so true... It also made me think about a phone call I received from Brian Pasch where he wanted to let me know that when he posts the same article on multiple different online automotive networks, that the best comments he sees come from the ADM Community.  Of course I am biased, so I agreed with Brian wholeheartedly! But, there-in lies the rub... The ADM Forum is set up for much more effective commentary and interaction with the ability to respond directly to comments.  Of course, the blogs generate the majority of commentary, but it is all good!

Comment by Timothy Martell on April 13, 2012 at 8:52am

OK you heard that people, post tank inventory only! We need to buy MORE TANKS at auction!

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