The warmer weather is just around the corner. That means more vehicles on the road and more sales for your dealership. And with the many changes that Facebook has gone through recently, now is the time to do a refresh of your Facebook page to make sure that it is ready for an influx of viewers.
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Craigslist has gone through a lot of changes over the last 25 years. It initially started as an email list between 10 friends. It because so popular that the founder, Craig Newmark, decided to turn it into a business in 1995. Since then this platform has become an icon of local shopping and bartering. There have many different branches developed including items for sale, items for free, lost and found, and even personals. So, why should a dealership leverage a website that still looks like a page from 1995? Plain and simple, it sells inventory.
Over the past year there’s been a lot of buzz around Facebook Marketplace and many dealers have been asking how they can take advantage of this platform. More recently, Facebook has made improvements on its search filters for local shoppers. Some dealerships who have adopted this RV marketing strategy have already seen some favorable results.
Facebook Marketplace is all the buzz! Dealerships have been asking how they can take advantage of this new platform in their powersports marketing strategy. With the emphasis Facebook has made on improving their search filters for local shoppers, dealers adopting this solution are seeing favorable results.
The evolution and growth of automotive social media has truly been amazing! We've all seen strategies come and go. Some worked and some...not so much. Nobody knows what changes will happen in social media in a week, a month, or even a year, but learning from the wins and challenges of days past, we are able to narrow down the strategies to those that have proven to be effective.