CEO of Tecobi
Will TikTok Take Over Facebook for Lead Generation?

Smart auto dealers should be considering the future of TikTok and how we can use it to our advantage to sell more vehicles.

Podcast: Increase Profits Using Better Marketing

Jason Girdner, the CEO of TECOBI, joins us to discuss how dealerships can increase profits during this time of fluctuation through better advertising, social media usage and customer communication.

Why You Are Doing Your Automotive Advertising Completely Wrong

Are your auto ads not attracting new leads? Here are a few of the common mistakes dealers make and what to do instead.

How Will Dealerships Increase Profits in 2022?

Here are ways to be proactive and strategize around recruiting and retaining new car leads.

Text Messaging Vs. Email Marketing

To keep ahead of the trend, take a look at the differences between email and text marketing to boost your automotive sales.

The New Reality of Buying a Car

With virtual reality, you can showcase all models, colors and options that are available. It allows your customer to experience each option, without the need to have it in stock.

Podcast: Revamping Dealership Sales Tactics

Jason Girdner of TECOBI discusses how dealerships can overhaul their sales tactics to meet customers where they are: online.

The State of Social Media in a COVID Recovery Period

When we couldn’t flock to physical stores or car dealerships, we flocked to digital storefronts. And we were often led there via social media.

Why Pushy Sales Tactics Are in the Past

It’s time to abandon the traditional selling tactics, like cold calling, and switch to a system that actually works.

Global View of the Auto Industry

Sell more cars by adopting new technology, like text messaging with leads and using live video conferencing.

Podcast: Digital Retailing Is Here to Stay

Jason Girdner of TECOBI discusses how to provide your customers with an excellent digital retailing experience.

Digital Retailing Is Here to Stay

Rather than viewing digital retail as the enemy, instead, view it as an extension of your showroom that helps you make that sale.