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Why Car Dealerships' BDCs FAIL - Automotive Internet Sales - Car Sales - Training

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    • 1badhaircut
      1badhaircut

      Great video - but no. BDCs fail ... that is true ... because management narrowly defines bdc as lead management not marketing - mining - lease maturity - cross promotional marketing - sales calls - fleet - special finance. YOUR definition is true business development which would have all of these others under its wing not restricted to secretarial telemarketing. There is the truth that bdc has that potential but unless you get buy-in from DPs and corporate ( a huge unless ) not true to the reality of their definition of bdc.

      about 1 year ago
    • Keri Campbell
      Keri Campbell

      its 255,200 times 12 months $3,062,400

      about 2 years ago
    • Maurose SumpterRoman
      Maurose SumpterRoman

      The purpose of the calls it to probe into why some shoppers came into the showroom and didn't purchase. There's numerous reasons as to why they didnt. They may had to go pick there mom up from dialisis or kids from the bus. Or they where simply just shopping. Sure some people where sitting on there couch or in bed and arose to a call about upgrading there vehicle or purchasing a new one., and had no intentions of buying a vehicle that day and wound up riding home in a new one. I'm sure you didn't want to stop at Wendy's on your way home either. But that sign made sense when you looked at it. Why are there million dollar super bowl commercials? Or better yet why are car salesmen seeing a need for a Bdc? Every business has a way to drum up business. They don't just wait for people to think of want a hamburger. They make you want a hamburger. I love this Sean approach, enthusiasm, and efforts in getting other people to see where they need to focus on to I flat there revenue.

      about 3 years ago
    • Thomas Booth
      Thomas Booth

      If I want a car, I do some research and go buy one. There is no way I would buy because some dealer calls me, or sends me an email, unless I already asked them to do so in the time limit I've set.  Like this guy with his 'diving watch' - where's the ocean? - and his know it all persona, not engaging, just arrogant, like a typical manager (where do they find these goons?) does one have to graduate from goon school to become a manager?  and the tacky orange tie - it looks like halloween, and the spooks are out, especially him

      about 4 years ago
    • christopher
      christopher In reply to Thomas Booth

      +Loki Seldom what a fool

      about 5 months ago
    • Loki Seldom
      Loki Seldom In reply to Thomas Booth

      Racist much? You call him a goon cuz he is hispanic? I bet if he was white you would've chosen another word

      about 6 months ago
    • Bart R
      Bart R In reply to Thomas Booth

      Hater alert!!!!!

      about 1 year ago
    • Benjamin Cram
      Benjamin Cram In reply to Thomas Booth

      Thomas you are dead wrong, There are a lot of people out there that are creating these leads and they just want someone to actually acknowledge them and give them a helping hand in purchasing a vehicle.  Sean Bradley has a lot of great information for people in the BDC part of the dealership.

      about 2 years ago
    • 1badhaircut
      1badhaircut In reply to Thomas Booth

      Ha ha -- well thomas - don't worry - the anti-dealer customer approach is now being promoted heavily by some like carmax and beepi --- now they are being the good-guys --- a proper consultant will provide the right reasons that are for you to buy - and you will know they are right - funny reply

      about 2 years ago