Tag : Drivingsales
The March Dealership Digital Marketing Report is here and it’s showing us some valuable insights on website engagement.
This report compares March 2016 to March 2017, showing us how this web engagement is growing and changing.
As the use of ride-sharing services continues to grow, Uber and Lyft are testing programs that could pose further threats to dealerships and their traditional vehicle sales models, while opening up potential new marketing opportunities for local businesses.
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Following the second annual AutoVentures Conference, we spoke with FMC and AutoVenture’s prize-winner, Aaron Krane – CEO of Drive Motors. In the last decade, auto dealers – along with their manufacturers and vendor-partners – have become increasingly adaptive. Reactive progress among industry relics has resulted in major strategic acquisitions, unexpected partnerships, and Silicon Valley-based think-tanks. […]
With predictions that a quarter billion connected cars will be on the road around the world by 2020, the possibilities for automotive innovations are increasing exponentially. Forbes shared some of the most significant automotive trends, based on opinions from twenty-six experts in the industry.
On the third and final day of the 8th Annual DrivingSales Executive Summit, vendors and progressive dealers from around the world gathered to listen to a message from Julie Hoffmann Leader of Digital Guest Experience Strategy at MGM Resorts International.
Why has the dealership franchise model stood the test of time?
What do these two CEOs have to say about the importance of the customer relationship?