AutoConX Partners with Joe Mathes, Delta Online
So you’re using AutoConX Systems to power your local auto vertical…smart choice! Whether you are new to AutoconX or you launched your vertical years ago, the same question is paramount. How do you maximize revenue from your dealers?
AutoConX is a robust platform that employs all the tools you need to sell your dealers and boost your auto revenue. The problem many media companies face is their sales capabilities are not up to the task. There may be a problem with legacy salespeople not understanding how to sell digital. Maybe you don’t know how to begin to build a pricing structure. Perhaps you have dealers who have heard it all and know it all and just shut your salespeople down in their tracks.
AutoConX is pleased to partner with myself and my team at Delta Online to bring you On-Site Sales Assistance…the answer to the above questions and problems. Delta Online has been working with AutoConX since 2011 and has helped generate tens of thousands of dollars of new monthly automotive revenue for media companies across the country.
Delta Online understands the complexity of the automotive industry, which gives us immediate credibility with auto dealers in any market. Our traditional media background gives us credibility with your company and your sales reps.
Here are just a few case studies from recent campaigns:
Athens, Ohio - cars740.com The Athens Messenger, an 11,000 circulation bi-weekly rack distribution alternative newspaper. No previous auto advertising. Now billing over $5,000 in monthly advertising revenue.
Martinsburg, West Virginia - cars304.com The Panhandle Buyers Guide, a 60,000 circulation weekly Shopper. Added nearly $4,000 in new monthly revenue to an already strong automotive base.
St. Johnsbury, Vermont - autos802.com The Caledonian Record, Daily newspaper. Added over $11,000 in new monthly revenue through print and digital sources.
Pocatello, Idaho - autos208.com Idaho State journal, Daily Newspaper. Nearly $10,000 in new monthly revenue in a market where auto advertising had virtually dried up.