Making time to contact your previous customers is one of the most important and effective tasks a dealership can do to maximize lead effectiveness. The goal is to make sure you not only make contact with the customer, but to not bombard them with numerous attempts. A consistent and non-intrusive timeline will set you up for success.
There is a fine line between overdoing and doing enough, and treading that line can be difficult. There are many types of contacts so there isn’t a one-size-fits-all process anymore. A sales person can call, email, send direct mail and, in today’s fast paced era, some customers may even prefer a text conversation.
All sales dealerships go through down times, and boat dealerships are no exception. But that doesn’t mean that your sales team should be sitting at their desks waiting for their phones to ring. This is a great time to get plenty of other things done.
In the world of sales, regular communication is an essential part of the success of any company. It costs five times the amount to acquire a new customer, than to keep an existing customer.