New-car dealers looking to invest in the future of their dealership workforce should consider enrolling their managers in the new professional-training courses developed by the National Automobile Dealers Association.
“You do it to try to help your community. You do it primarily because it’s of interest to you and helps a group of people, and thereby helps the community. The stronger your community, the better off everyone is and the better our business is.”
NADA Show 2019 education programming will feature a preview of NADA’s newest dealership management training program, the NADA Professional Series. See first-hand why managers are looking to this program to supercharge their careers.
Conversion tracking measures and tracks how consumers are interacting with your digital marketing, and more importantly, whether you are “converting” a visitor into a customer, or at least, someone who takes an action after learning about your offer, product or service.
Today’s automotive dealership experience is nothing like the traditional, old-fashioned car-buying process that our parents and grandparents experienced.
Digital marketing gives dealers the opportunity to meet consumers in the digital realm and follow them through every phase of the purchase lifecycle, from raising brand favorability, to selling more cars, to increasing visits to the service bay.
Many dealers may have seen news stories about the broad privacy and data security regulation coming from the European Union (EU) called the “General Data Protection Regulation” or “GDPR.”
Register for the Service Management track in NADA’s new Professional Series. This program will provide the expertise and training needed to fill the skill gaps and develop your ideal career path.
Participants were automatically entered into the contest just by logging into the NADA website between March 21 and April 30 and updating their dealership profile information.