Every good business needs a voice. So whom do you want to be the face of your dealership? And how can you be sure the right message is being delivered?
The 2013 Special Finance Benchmarks are in, and all indications point toward a strong market for dealers and increased competition among finance companies.
The editor pays homage to the legendary Cal Worthington and wonders if there will ever be another pitchman like him.
Yelp’s Morgan Remmers speaks with Auto Dealer Monthly about the company’s latest changes. She also offers tips on how dealers can best use the platform.
The CFPB has generated some stormy weather over its review of rate participation, but the clouds may finally be parting.
Dan Machu knows all too well the power of a referral. In fact, it’s how he got his start in the car business back in 2001.
As consumer dependency on customer testimonials grows, automotive sites are exploring new ways to accommodate them.
Expert says converting online credit applications to closed deals requires a solid process, an emphasis on transparency and cooperation from the finance department.
Technology expert suggests building a service-only website to boost fixed-ops income.
Pete Bulban’s approach to automotive retail hinges on a no-secrets, no-frills approach to sales, finance and customer service.
Whether you’re entering a triathlon or adding a new department, sometimes the best approach is to put your head down and jump right in.
Profits from online sales can be deceiving. The magazine’s accounting wiz offers a six-step plan to determine whether your Internet department is giving your dealership a boost or dragging it down.
When a sudden financial loss strikes an otherwise profitable dealership, filing for bankruptcy may be the best way to save the store.
Tax expert delves into the lease-here, pay-here business. He explains why closed-end leases do not guarantee tax depreciation.