Quality Auto Resonder

Keith Easter
I manage a Ford/Lincoln store and we are searching and trying to develop a more receptive auto responder. Anyone have any samples we could look at and read so that we can come up with our own. Thanks, Keith Easter Scenic Ford Lincoln 336-789-9591
Shawn Ryder
Hi Keith, how do you currently send out auto messages? Working at SimplyCast we provide a full suite of products that can automate responses based on the data collected - targeted and customized messages.
Michael Bilson
There is no such thing as a receptive auto responder. People see it for what it is...an automated advertisement. Plus many times we have it sent out automatically from the CRM tool...which results in our message going to spam and never seen by the consumer. How often do you send a quote to a new fresh lead and never hear back? Did they even SEE the quote? How would you know?
Jim Bell
Get rid of the auto responder is my thoughts. If you have a good response time, there is no need for it. That's just my 2 cents.
mark rask
We preach and enforce response time from our reps. We only use an auto response after hours
Michael Bilson
I just read a great article in ADM. Harassing the customer with several calls and emails in the first few minutes after they visited your website is a little dated in my opinion. http://www.automotivedigitalmarketing.com/profiles/blog/show?id=1970539%3ABlogPost%3A530282&xgs=1&xg_source=msg_share_post Harassment – When consumers are reaching out to dealers for pricing, frequently all they get in return is their phones ringing off the hook and 4 e-mails per day with multiple dealers trying to contact them. Nobody wants to be continuously bombarded by salespeople. This is the exact reason consumers like processes in which they can be provided with the answers they seek anonymously. It’s not that they don’t want to buy a vehicle. They just want to avoid the process and time involved. The only recourse they can see to eliminate this is to avoid providing contact information; and/or seek alternate means of procuring information through anonymity.

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