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Clyde Taylor
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  • Anaheim, CA
  • United States
  • SalesCatcher LLC - Lead…
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SalesCatcher is an automotive Internet quoting software application that produces eye-catching email responses at blazing speeds! Designed to help Internet managers respond to their leads with consistency and professionalism. SalesCatcher gives dealers an unmatched competitive edge. Our Internet quoting software will cut down on your response time while greatly improving the quality of your email response. This will help you move more customers off the computer and get them on to your lot!
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I am a co-founder of SalesCatcher LLC (9/2009). A programmer prior to selling cars, I was an excellent candidate to become an internet sales manager at a GM store. With my programming background, I started creating software snippets to assist me with my internet sales. In the summer of 2009 I left the car sales industry to market my product(s).
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Is your branding and your message getting through with your email?

Posted on April 7, 2010 at 9:05am 0 Comments

Consider this... with the wide array of devices available to handle email (and social networking), screen/display size varies greatly from 32"+ monitors all the way down to the size of a cell phone display. Do you really want to have a 2-inch by 6 inch graphic of your dealership logo with all of your contact information at the top of your emails? What if the the pictures are blocked or awaiting the users approval prior to downloading?

If you embed your branding and contact…


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