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Customer Lifetime Value

Customer Lifetime Value

  We sat down with Jon Rossman at DSES to see what he thinks about the challenges facing automotive today. Companies need to be looking to …

A Big Reason People Leave Your Website and Don’t Come Back

A Big Reason People Leave Your Website and Don’t Come Back

I intended to write about the renewed importance of service videos on a dealership’s website. A resource I had lined up changed my topic in about…

Some Car Buying Tips for Customers

Some Car Buying Tips for Customers

Car dealerships are known for being stressful places. It can be very difficult to resist pressure from a skilled vehicle salesperson—and customers sa…

The Easiest Thing to Do to Speed Up Your Site

The Easiest Thing to Do to Speed Up Your Site

    We sat down with Britney Muller, Senior SEO Scientist at Moz, during DSES to discuss all things marketing and SEO. The speed of…

Digital Finance SOS – Is Digital Retailing the Answer? (Part 3)

Digital Finance SOS – Is Digital Retailing the Answer? (Part 3)

Part Three: What is Digital Retailing's Impact on Dealers and Consumers? Digital Retailing is all about giving the customer what they want – a…

The Shibuya Crossing of Your Dealership

The Shibuya Crossing holds the title of the world’s busiest intersection. Based in Tokyo, the intersection claims that more than 3,000 people cross in one traffic light cycle. A quiet, motionless countdown quickly consumes the street as a chaotic experience which some like to the equivalent of marbles falling into and then out of a box happens over and over again. 

The situation is similar to the electronic experience at your dealership. No, not the number of people coming into and out of your dealership. Floor traffic is undeniably down as consumers shop more and more online and come into fewer stores for transactions.

The Shibuya Crossing in your dealership is your data.

Do you know who is receiving and sending your data? Consumer data is priceless and each dealership should know who, when, and how often they send information. Your inventory is equally as important. 

A new age contracts in transit meeting should involve knowing where your data is going at all times.

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