Did you know that interest from auto financing generates $98 billion in revenue each year? If your car dealership is looking to get in on qualified subprime auto loan leads, you should consider seeking assistance with generating subprime leads. The subprime market alone is worth $10 billion annually. You will have the knowledge that your loans will help someone afford the car of their dreams, whilst also turning a profit for your dealership.
Here are the three steps to generating auto finance leads.
- Build surrogate websites that provide a service. This service should be auto loan related and geared toward car buying customers ready to purchase a car. Have the visitors of this site fill out a credit application.
- Get them ranked on search engines. This involves marketing and search engine optimization companies working in the proper keywords that real people search for when trying to find a subprime lender. Once ranked, these pages will provide a credit check service that people can trust, and it will help them find the very lenders they are looking for.
- Gather data from those searching for and applying for these subprime auto loans. They will fill out a loan application that you can then use to contact them with offers. Once they agree to the terms, invite them in to look through the selection of fine automobiles that you sell. Congratulations, you’ve just succeeded with your first lead.
The problem is that this might be too much of an investment for just one car company to make for subprime auto loan leads. Luckily, CyberLead Inc has been an industry leader in an auto lead generation for 15 years and has all the above infrastructure in place to cater to your lead generation needs.
An overlooked aspect of lead generation is the readiness of generated leads to committing to a purchase. Whether your dealership is in dire straights or doing great, leads from real people who are actually looking to buy a car are essential to growth. Contact CyberLead today for assistance in finding prepared customers in need of a sub prime loan.