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April 21, 2020 at 11:54 pm #1000122TheCarConciergeMember
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Hi everyone, I had joined this forum a while ago, but life got in the way and I did not do anything with my business, other than word of mouth referrals. I provide a premium new car buying service, and I am looking to take it to the next level.
To start, I only have a facebook page, and am in the process of growing my following. Over the next few days and weeks I will probably ask every dumb question that has been asked, so bear with me .
I also hope to be able to help others where possible and share what knowledge I do have.
So I had a quick question to get started. As I mentioned I have a facebook page which is at facebook.com/thecarconciergeaus If anyone were able to provide me with some constructive feedback that would be very helpful. I do not have a big budget right now, and not much experience online either. So any tips would be useful.
So to my question…I have a domain already for my website (when I am able to get in built) would it be a good idea to redirect my domain to my Facebook page for now? I think it would be a good idea but really, what do I know? lol.
Any help on this and feedback on my page as a whole would be appreciated.
All the best,
DanApril 22, 2020 at 6:37 am #1223052Dave Gillen – FS ConciergeModerator
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Welcome aboard Dan!
I’m not sure of the pros and cons, but maybe one of our members can advise.
I would just mention that there’s not likely to be people visiting your non-existent website at this stage anyway, so prob not too important
P.S. Good start to your FB page! Plenty of activity. Just need more regular snippets of you doing what you do (the photo of your happy clients is a good one).Dave Gillen - Client Acquisition | Brisbane | (07) 3180 0288April 22, 2020 at 6:44 am #1223053TheCarConciergeMember
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Hi Dave, thanks for the feedback. As I get going I hope to have more regular posts and hopefully plenty of more happy customers : )
I see your point re the facebook page. I was thinking maybe getting traffic to that until I can get a website might still be an option. I have since talked myself out of it, as I would rather if someone lands on my website, they will see my website. Better customer experience I feel.April 22, 2020 at 10:00 am #1223054Paul – FS ConciergeModerator
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I had an idea for a business in your space.
Some things I would do:
Show actual savings eg, I bought a Mazda 3 for John for $xx,xxx
If you can subsequently get John to tell his story about his Mazda 3 and the process he went through from thought to pressing the start button for the first time – and of course, how you helped him and exactly the amount you saved him, then you have a compelling case study for anybody looking to buy a Mazda 3. Rinse and repeat for all other models.
For now , you can do this on your FB Page.
Using ACTUAL and REAL prices you have managed to obtain, is critical.
On your website, you could present this data in lots of ways but having make, model (options) and final sale price is important.
Writing a guide around how to get the best price when negotiating yourself would be a great Lead Magnet and help you build an email list – if you do not know what a lead magnet is, look it up and begin your journey to marketing mastery
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