What’s the point of sending videos if no one is viewing them? At Authntk, we take care of sending your video emails and making sure they’re being delivered to your customer. But there are a few things you can be doing to ensure your recipients, and even other consumers, are seeing and playing your content. Put these 5 techniques into action and watch your video views soar!
We sat down with Laith Bader, Sales Consultant at Deery Brothers CDJR Iowa City, to get the scoop on his energetic and consistent video habits.
If we see a video of Laith come through, you better believe we are watching it. His enthusiasm is contagious, and he knows how to get anyone fired up about a vehicle. Check out what he has to say and don’t forget to adopt at least one or two of his tips and strategies in your own sales process!
Jerry LaWarre is the Fixed Operations Manager at Acura Columbus. He manages and works with over 25 techs, admins, and parts consultants at their Dublin, Ohio dealership.
Since adding video communication in 2018, Jerry oversees over one hundred videos per month that are sent to customers on behalf of the Acura Columbus service side, and he says video supports their ultimate goal: transparency.
In our #videosells series, we’re revealing our favorite videos that resulted in vehicle sales!
There are a lot variables that can turn a mediocre video into a winner - things like duration, personalization, vehicle presentation, connection, personality, value, etc. Take notice of these styles and features below and incorporate them into your own videos!
We’ll be revealing one video per week for the next 10 weeks.
Not only does Laval Land Rover offer top of the line vehicles, but they’re on top of their game when it comes to social media too.
Laval, located just outside of Montreal, is focused on more than likes and followers. They claim a long-term, strategic strategy to connect with customers and prospects on social platforms.
Laval Marketing Director, Adrienne McGrath, says social media is the future of advertising.
The anatomy of your videos is actually pretty simple. Just like everything in life, there’s a beginning, middle, and end. In this blog post, we break down each component leaving you with the bare essentials of what makes a video successful. Which elements are you already using, and which elements do you need to incorporate?