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If COVID-19 hasn’t convinced car dealers of the necessity of a vibrant online retail presence, maybe Cyber Monday 2020 will. Even before the pandemic, Cyber Monday was growing as the virtual twin (literally!) of Black Friday. Cyber Monday emerged as shoppers logged online the Monday after Thanksgiving to check store websites for any missed deals from Black Friday.
Adobe Analytics, a marketing data software company, is predicting—in spite of or due to the pandemic—that Cyber Monday 2020 (Nov. 30) will garner $12.7 billion in online sales, up from the $9.4 billion in e-commerce in 2019.
Margin Compression? Missing gross profit? Want to pocket more cash?
Can you do it without selling any additional cars?
Regardless of the year-to-year ebb and flow of vehicle sales, Vehicle Personalization is a great way to increase revenue and deepen your profits...or pockets!
February 8th, 2018 ROCK HILL, SC -- Insignia Group LC, the industry leader for accessory sales process consulting and configurator software, announced the winners of its annual Million Dollar Challenge Coin. Each year Insignia honors dealerships selling more than one million dollars in Vehicle Personalization (accessory sales) in their dealerships over the previous year (2017).
To qualify for Insignia Group’s distinction, the dealership must sell more than one million dollars in accessory parts through the dealership's showroom sales process. These sales exclude e-commerce sales made through the dealership's online efforts.
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Even the small cars need a touch of pizzazz.
Compacts cut a metropolitan profile these days. In this market, it’s not enough to be fuel-efficient. Popular small cars such as the Chevrolet Cruze, Honda Civic, and Ford Focus sport sleek body lines. Those lines feature popping colors and racks to support all sorts of outdoor habits.
Which customization and accessories, dealer or aftermarket, will let you ride like a boss? Here’s a guide to a few.
All of Insignia's success stories begin with a challenge to the conventional objections to vehicle personalization. We often talk to stores who claim, "Selling accessories for our store will not work because we sell mostly cars." Smart Motors, in Madison, WI, quickly puts this objection to rest.
Automotive innovation often charges ahead into advanced technology. The car sales game seems stuck in first gear in comparison.
Topics: Customer Retention
Topics: Accessory News
Rena hates her new car.
Topics: Presentation Tools
In some respects it’s a shame that the SEMA (Specialty Equipment Marketing Association) annual Show is a “trade only” event each year. There are literally thousands of car geeks and gear heads that would die to attend the largest car/accessory/performance parts/hotrod/truck/off-road /auto racing/motorcycle/ education /media /party event/how the heck did you every build that/happening in the world. It is truly an Automobilia-Techno-Maxima event that every auto lover should be able to experience.