Question: Looking for several different options. Internet Leads (going to several dealers) with 0 contact after 200 days. Is it ok to mark the opportunity "lost"? I've noticed that I have so much…Continue
"I call 4 times a day.
1. From your Office Line, Call the customer at about 9am. a. Tell the customer that you have “Some Great News” and ask for a return call b. Keep it short and non-specific but give your hours and contact information…"
I believe I may have the perfect solution to your concern! We own & operate the only call center dedicated to converting special finance leads into serious car buyers. My dealers typically see a double, a few tripled their ROI…"
"To me, this looks fairly solid. I would encourage some form of "Let's make a deal" email to go out from the GM / GSM on day 3, and I would recommend staggering the call volume more heavily toward the original lead date. 4-5 calls on…"
"I do work them all for my department. I'm around 100 leads per month. I'm seeing my follow-up is getting to be too much. I do have some auto sent emails going out and I do some mass emails too. Here's my unqualified (no contact)
"For most brands, most people will tell you that after 90 days of no response, most of your follow-up should be automated. Newsletters, campaigns, etc.
Naturally, we want to keep going after leads until they "buy or die," but unless you…"
Question: Looking for several different options. Internet Leads (going to several dealers) with 0 contact after 200 days. Is it ok to mark the opportunity "lost"? I've noticed that I have so much follow up that it's starting to pile up on me. I have been calling/texting (if I have a number) and emailing (if available). When do you think too long is too long if ever?Thanks,ZachSee More
"Hopefully being swamped was good! For myself personally I like to end emails with a question to try and engage them. Give them options. 80% of internet leads buy something different than they requested information about! I like to give three options…"