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Does Demand for Your Brand Dictate Your Market Share?

By Hale Soucie on Jan 5, 2019 1:30:14 AM

Yes and No.

Yes, less demand for your brand means less of your brand might be sold in relationship to other brands in your market area.  That's a given. However, the demand for your brand does not have to limit your individual dealership’s performance.

Your dealership can increase market share even when demand for your brand is down in a couple ways:

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Car Buyers Report Lowest Satisfaction with Long Purchase Process

By Hale Soucie on Dec 1, 2018 12:16:50 PM

Negotiation time and the time to complete purchase remains the number one complaint of car shoppers.

According to a recent study that polled recent car buyers, the amount of time it takes to complete a car purchase continues to grind customers' gears.

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Black Friday and What it Means for Dealers

By Hale Soucie on Nov 3, 2018 1:43:29 AM

Black Friday. Typically regarded as the first day of the Christmas shopping season, stores offer special prices and deals that result in a mad dash of frenzied shoppers the day after Thanksgiving. Some people dread the crowds and traffic, but almost a third of Americans in 2017 braved the mob to shop for Christmas gifts for loved ones or find sweet deals. 

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Are TV and Radio Still Enough for Car Dealers?

By Hale Soucie on Oct 19, 2018 11:01:25 AM

When I talk to car dealers about their digital marketing strategy, a lot of times I hear something along the lines of, “We’ve gotten along just fine doing radio spots, TV ads and direct mail, why do we need digital marketing now?”

They do make a good point. What they’ve been doing was good enough in the past, so it should still be enough… right?

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