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PCG Digital Marketing is pleased to announce that David Kain, President of KainAutomotive.com, will be a featured presenter at the 2011 Automotive Marketing Boot Camp.
The title of David’s workshop is: "Digital Sales Process Innovation. Making it easy for Customers to Say Yes!"
In his workshop session David Kain will demonstrate the Digital process elements that leading clients of www.KainAutomotive.com use to blow past their competitors and achieve market leadership.
These proven elements will allow dealers attending the Boot Camp to engage their prospects at the highest level, making it easy for them to hear yes to an appointment and a sale.
The Boot Camp Keynote Speakers will be broadcast live on www.DrivingSalesTV.com.
PCG Digital Marketing organizes the annual Automotive Marketing Boot Camp, which attracts dealers who seek to increase their competitive edge through education of automotive industry best practices, strategies, and technology.
Attendees of the Boot Camp will benefit from a diverse roster of automotive marketing experts and automotive leaders that include David Kain, Tracy Myers, Jerry Thibeau, Sean Wolfington, Brian Pasch, Jeff Kershner, Andrew DiFeo, Gary May, Matt Murray, Hagen Durant, and Jared Hamilton.
Topics to be covered during the 2011 Automotive Marketing Boot Camp include digital marketing, social media engagement, lead management processes, BDC structure and workflows, video publishing, reputation management, Google Places marketing, Google Adwords strategies, automotive blogging, content syndication, website analytics, as well as Automotive SEO.
The Automotive Marketing Boot Camp is very unique and effective because participants receive conference materials in advance of the class and come fully prepared to engage in actual demonstrations.
Participants use their own accounts during the classes so that they can then continue to work with them on their own long after the boot camp. This year the Automotive Marketing Boot Camp has introduced longer workshop sessions and labs (2.5 hrs) to allow important topics to be covered in greater detail.
The 2011 Automotive Marketing Boot Camp will also feature Technology Showcases, which will offer attendees a glance at the latest vendor innovations for the automotive industry.
The 2011 Automotive Marketing Boot Camp is scheduled for April 16-18th and ends just prior to the 10th Digital Dealer Conference. The two conferences represent the "dynamic duo" of automotive education, technology, and the opportunity to learn industry best practices.
Dealers are encouraged to send their team to both events to get the full benefit of the speakers, classes, and networking while traveling to Orlando.
To view the entire Boot Camp agenda, visit: 2011 Automotive Marketing Boot Camp Agenda