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The Cost of Salesperson Turnover

The Cost of Salesperson Turnover

What does it cost you when you fail to hire and retain a new salesperson? It may be more than you think. What are doing in your store to retain your…

Top Two Reasons Your Call to Actions Need Clarity

Top Two Reasons Your Call to Actions Need Clarity

Have you ever gone online to search one of your cars for a customer? One they saw one a third party site and thought to yourself just how confusing we…

Where Are We With Texting?

Where Are We With Texting?

It has been well over a year since I last spoke about texting on the dealer level, but it does not seem that we have made that much progress in the co…

How to Make Your Customers Your (Unfair) Competitive Advantage

How to Make Your Customers Your (Unfair) Competitive Advantage

            Want to get ahead (and stay ahead) of your competitors? All you need is a great product, on…

How an Entrepreneurial Approach Makes the Service Team Better

How an Entrepreneurial Approach Makes the Service Team Better

Everyone says it: “There’s no ‘I’ in ‘Team’”. It’s one of the phrases that draws eye rolls and exaspera…

VIDEO: Disruption vs. Adoption in Auto Retail feat. Bill Playford & DJ Snyder

The term ‘disruption’ is increasingly being applied in conversations about what lies ahead for automotive. From buying cars online to autonomous driving features and subscribing to vehicles, players and pundits are referring to these things as disruptive. But are they really, or is the term being overused and misused? 

In this video you get a preview of my discussion with DrivingSales.com Members Bill Playford and DJ Snyder about what these things really mean and how dealers can cut through the rhetoric to make educated and informed decisions that pave the way for a bright future.

 

Note: This is only a preview of our conversation that aired originally on our live weekly broadcast. For the complete conversation, visit the AutoConverse Podcast.

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