“The more you spend in haste, the less effect can be traced, the less facts that are faced, oh, the dollars we waste!” If you aren’t familiar, that’s Dr. Seuss.
The Good Doctor was right, auto dealers spend considerably on marketing and advertising in an effort to grow our business, yet we fail to plan and are often unaware of what we’re actually getting for our money. This is a 90 Day Challenge to get you to focus on the RIGHT metrics: Effective Lead Cost Effective Lead Engagement Rate to get you to wisely spend your marketing and advertising dollars!
For five years in a row, email engagement rate—or click through rates—have been on the decline. According to Epsilon, a leading marketing consultancy, their quarterly email benchmark reports that click rates have declined gone from 5.1% in 2010 to 3.1% in 2016. Find out how our AI Assistance, Rachel Brooks, can get up to 95% more email engagement than this industry average.Read more
Stephen Hawking wrote, “Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.” Here at Conversica, we believe that applies to not only intelligence of the natural variety, but artificial intelligence as well. Sales methods change, customer expectations change, organizations change and, above all, technologies change.
And we’ve remained at the forefront of conversational AI for several years now by embracing and driving change ourselves. To that end, we recently announced significant enhancements to our flagship product, the Conversica AI Sales AssistantRead more
Did you know that one in three companies actually fail to follow up on their inbound leads? Or that two out of three companies give up after two or fewer tries, even when research indicates that the optimum number of contacts should be five to eight? These results, and others from our recent survey onRead moreRead more
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Would you believe that one-third of companies completely ignore their inbound leads? Or that two-thirds simply give up after two or fewer attempts to reach them? It’s true! The 2016 edition Sales Effectiveness Report on Lead Follow-Up reveals how effectively (or not) companies are at managing their inbound leads. This innovative report saw over 500 companies across nine industries secret-shopped, and the results were both encouraging and alarming. How’d they fare? How do you compare? Join VP of Sales Erroin Martin and CMO Carl Landers, as they present the findings and explain what practices are strong predictors of success or failure with inbound leads.Read more
Sales leads are the lifeblood of any business – after all it’s tough to sell your product or service without having people to sell it to. So it’s important that businesses are working as effectively as possible to leverage their sales leads. But are they?
That’s the question we set out to answer in our 2016 Sales Effectiveness Report on Lead Follow-up. This year, we tested 538 companies across nine industries to see what happens when research meets the real world. The results were both fascinating and alarming, and led to what we’re calling the 1, 2, 3s of Missed Opportunity…Read more
Over the past decade, B2B marketing has undergone a massive transformation. According to Forrester Research, the entire B2B sector represents more than $1 trillion in digital commerce every year, more than double the size of the B2C economy. But what’s next? Read on as guest blogger Aman Naimat of Demandbase explores whether artificial intelligence is the rocket fuel to take us through the next decade of marketing technology.Read more
Dealers today are offered many choices regarding how to spend their advertising dollars. But too many continue to base their decisions upon the wrong thing – close rates!
What really matters is your engagement rate. If this sounds completely foreign to you, you better tune in.Read more
Every year approximately seven squillion people flock to Dreamforce and, in an unofficial (okay, fine, imaginary) survey, people were asked, “what are your primary reasons for attending?” The top answers were as follows: The SWAG, The SWAG, The SWAG, The SWAG, and The opportunity to better myself and my organization via information gathering and intenseRead more