We helped a major metro dealership outpace its national brand average and achieve double-digit YoY growth on the way to the No. 1 position in its district.
In a highly competitive market, our client had several goals. First, they aimed to increase new car sales for leases and purchases. They also wanted more returning customers in the form of trade-ins. Finally, the client wanted to identify further conquest opportunities to grow census tract performance.
To achieve the client’s goals, we created, deployed, and optimized a data-driven, multi-tier digital strategy that conveyed the dealership brand while increasing the effectiveness of dollars spent in-market.
Data-Centric, Targeted Methodology
PIN customer persona development and attribution modeling helped to position our client in front of the right audiences, which constantly changed over time (market adaptability). While monitoring campaign effectiveness based on considerable action taken, such as form submissions, requests for test drives, and finance pre-approval apps, we were able to test and modify the campaign to drive the highest consideration and lowest cost per acquisition.
We highlighted opportunities within our client’s geography to aggressively target their top-performing zip codes and their top opportunity zip codes. This served to increase both sales volume and volume of new brand registrations within their geography.
Increase Media Exposure and Drive Conversions
We deployed several data-driven ad campaigns to increase brand awareness and drive more conversions to our client’s dealership. We optimized them over time to reach the client’s ideal audience in their geography. These included Paid Search, Paid Social, Hyper-Local Programmatic Display, and Retargeting. In addition, we deployed organic content on our social platforms to engage the community and further increase exposure to our client’s dealership and services.
As a result of our efforts, our client outpaced the national sales growth of their brand, achieved double-digit year-over-year growth, and took over the No. 1 position in their district.