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How to Use Facebook to Generate Car Leads

Posted on: May 16th, 2012 by credit

Your prospects are not in their homes anymore watching your TV commercial or listening to your radio ad. They are now in the online community where many car dealers have already gone to as well. If you haven’t realized this trend yet of promoting your dealership online, you’re definitely missing out on a lot of opportunities of generating car leads and making more sales.

One of the best places in the world wide web for you to promote your dealership is social networking sites like Facebook. Facebook is a relatively new marketing tool. Nevertheless, it has been proven to be an effective tool in reaching millions of prospects and generating leads. Here are some tips on how you can effectively use Facebook to generate car leads for your dealership.

Getting into Facebook to establish the online presence of your dealership is not like building your dealership website. In Facebook, it’s all about interaction and conversation. The key is to get in touch with real prospects who have real opinions and interests. Therefore, always have the time to answer their comments and wall posts—even the negative ones. Just keep them engaged in conversations and get them to participate in your online community always. It is by this that you will be able to build a relationship, as well as trust, with your prospects.

Photos do a spectacular job in making your Facebook fan page interesting and fun and add to its interactivity. Post relevant photos like of your recent sales events, happy customers who just bought a car from your dealership, new car models available at your lot, and your happy staffs. Photos also add color and liveliness to your page.

Put also some value on your Facebook page. Do not just post boring updates on your wall. Share also links of useful information such as news, helpful blog posts, and car reviews. Give your prospects something that they can get out of liking your page. Again, establishing your presence in social networking sites like Facebook should be more of interaction than advertisement.

Lastly, do not be afraid to be a bit experimental on your marketing techniques. As has been noted, Facebook is a new marketing tool and so is other social media platforms. Businesses who are using it still need to discover these platforms more and come up with a standard effective social media marketing plan. Therefore, you have all the chance to be creative and innovative in capturing the interest of your prospects and in turning them into car leads.

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