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... or perhaps you WANT a strong dealership Facebook page. I'd love to be an impartial judge for you. Starting today and into next week, I'll do dealer Facebook page evaluations for anyone who wants one. Those who know me know that I don't sell stuff, so you'll know that I'm simply here to give advice and offer real feedback on what you're doing and what you plan to do on the biggest social network in the world.
There are so few dealers out there who are truly "getting" social media and Facebook in particular in ways that can move the needle on exposure, branding, engagement, leads, and most of all... SALES. There are hundreds of gurus, thousands of articles, and dozens of services available to dealers that promise fans, comments, likes, and everything else associated with Facebook. Those who truly understand and known how to operate in Facebook have seen the one thing that never gets promised: leads and sales.
How many leads are you getting off of your Facebook inventory tab? Did you know that I don't recommend them. In fact, KPA Local Engage only has them because dealers often demand them. We know they're not effective, but it's a part of the automotive industry's DNA to want to put cars in front of people on any and every venue. The tabs don't hurt (which is why we allow them) but they certainly aren't helping.
Today through next week, exclusive to Driving Sales, any dealer can post here in the comments or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll personally review your Facebook page and offer actionable advice on how to improve it if it does need improving. I won't try to sell you our product - heck, I won't even discuss it unless you explicitely ask. I will, however, show you how you can do better on Facebook regardless of which service or what product (if any) you're currently using.
Go ahead, Driving Sales. Fire away.