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As part of an established dealer group in Maryland and Delaware, this market leader has successfully built customer loyalty –achieving 743% return on investment from targeted mailings, selling 135 additional vehicles through one 4-month campaign and verifying that 65% of vehicles sold were to existing customers.Learn more about our client’s successes
As a partner to hundreds of US auto dealers, this email advertising firm has enabled them to increase web traffic, lower marketing costs per vehicle, sell more incremental vehicles per email, and earn higher profits. In the process, this firm has acquired new dealers to achieve 100% year-over-year growth for 3 years and maintained strong client loyalty with 81% renewals.
In 2002, a global automaker turned its sights toward China and began developing new strategies to maximize sales potential at all market levels. Company decision makers gained ready access to Chinese vehicle registration data – including new and used vehicles in operation plus owner demographics – while reducing the average research time by 50 percent.Learn More About Our Customers Success
One of the United Kingdom’s premier auto retailers recognized the growing importance of its aftersales business and soon increased its number of sales leads by 45%, generated greater response to marketing (79% for Volkswagon, 166% for Audi), and dramatically improved its marketing return on investment.Learn more about our client’s successes
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Would it make economical sense to put solar cells on wind both sides of some turbine blades? With the storage and conversion equipment already installed,it would seem like a wind-win (pardon the pun) situation. I realize it would not be as efficient as a ground based tracking solar farm applicatio
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