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D-Day. Dealer-Day That Is.

Well, after weeks of fretting and worry, dealers are finally upon the June 9th deadline to sell all their inventory off or be stuck with cars they can no longer sell (due to franchise revocation). We reported a number of days ago about a dealer, Pohanka Chrysler-Dodge, that had dozens of cars to be sold before today or they would have to eat the cost of the cars. Well, originally we were in completely support to help them sell of their inventory and try to keep the dealer losses to a minimum. However, a number of days ago Chrysler had brought to the attention of many that they weren’t going to just leave these dealers to suffer. Afterall, there are still over 2000 Chrysler dealers in the USA keeping their franchising. As such, Chrysler’s plan is to help dealers to redistribute these cars to other dealers and help both the old franchises and the current ones. Read More »

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10 Best Places for Car Dealers to Engage Car Buyers Online

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Have You Sold a Car Through Facebook Today?

Well?… What are you waiting for?  Your Facebook social graph is pulsing with potential buyers, and friends of potential buyers as we speak.  We only just launched our Facebook Connect Integration and already there are 67 regulars syncing up their EasyAutoSales Account with Facebook.  Check out our user stats below: Read More »

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10 Reasons Car Dealers Need to Engage Car Buyers Online Today!

Word of mouth  is the holy grail of reaching potential customers – car buyers are no different.  Someone who just bought a car at your dealership recommends to a friend buying a car what a great experience they had at your dealership, and BAM!, they’re walking through your doors instead of the dealership down the street. Read More »

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Exciting Your Potential Buyers May Be A Wii Away!

Food for thought:

Video games have become as culturally pervasive as movies. In 2007, video games generated US$9.5-billion in revenues, while movies took in US$9.6-billion at the box office. Today, players come from both genders, and all age groups and, with the introduction of Nintendo’s Wii, can involve the whole family. Read More »