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In the past, car buyers spent time studying auto dealership ads via newspapers and visiting dealerships. It was the only way to get educated on new models and features. In today’s market, car buyers do that online. As a result, developing new customer-engagement strategies is key to dealership success.
Like everything else in our digital world, you can almost see digital marketing evolving. It’s a challenge keeping up. Your marketing strategies need to change to take advantage of digital marketing tools. You also need to keep pace with the changing expectations of your customers and prospects. To meet those challenges, you need to use the right digital tools at the right time, while still looking at what the future holds.
Each year, over 17 million Americans venture out to new and used car dealerships to make purchases.
If you are the owner of a car dealership, your main objective should be attracting new customers regularly. While this may sound relatively simple, the overwhelming amount of competition in the dealership market can make it difficult to attract new customers.
Embracing the power of social media and technology is a great way to catch the eye of consumers in the market for a quality new or used vehicle. One of the most popular tools used by car dealerships around the country is walk-around videos.
Sorry to break it to you, but auto sales are down — and they will continue to decline. There’s no need to panic, though. Car dealers can reverse this trend by creating strategies that resonate with potential customers. Focusing on the latest advertising trends is a great way to stay competitive. Here are nine trends that are making waves.
Tier10 was named a finalist in the 2019 American Advertising Awards – DC for its long-form video, “Acura + Precision Crafted Performance.” Tier10 will go up against the other finalists to be honored with a Gold or Silver American Advertising Award at the ADDY Awards DC gala on March 21at the Carnegie Institution for Science in Washington, D.C.
Digital advertising is the focus of almost every brand’s marketing spend. As online ad space has become the dominant channel over the past several years, weaknesses in the system have resulted in fraud, inaccurate data, and financial losses. It costs the industry millions on a daily basis and leaves its stakeholders vulnerable to misrepresentation online.
The problems that technology helped create, however, may also be solved by technology. Blockchain, a distributed ledger system with trust built into the rules of the network, can help solve the serious issues faced by all industry stakeholders. The promises of blockchain are not without detractors, however, who claim the technology has not evolved enough at this point to have practical use.
Effective marketing has long been a multifaceted and complex process that typically required the work of a variety of professionals from different fields. To accomplish this, it was often necessary to seek outside help from multiple third-party agencies. In the new world of creative development, this work has been making its way in-house. While creative agencies are fighting to maintain relevance in this new environment, there’s little doubt that the marketing landscape will soon change forever.
Today, brands will do just about anything to gain new customers. From spending thousands on unique advertisements to partnering with well-known influencers so that they can spread the word about a product, good, or service, there’s no end to the lengths that companies will go to in order to connect with consumers.
One of the simplest and most foundational methods of connection comes down to content. As traditional marketing becomes less effective, content continues to stand out as one of the most productive methods of connecting with consumers today.