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Don’t Jump Yet: The Credit Crunch Takes a Bite out of the Motorcycle Industry

The housing market is in the tank. Gas prices are at all-time highs. Banks are reluctant to hand out loans. The economy is slow, and Americans are carrying record levels of consumer debt. You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to know this means that sales of luxury items like motorcycles are going to

The Virtual Biker Bar: Online Networks to Build Your Brand

Taking cues from the ongoing, phenomenal success of social networking sites like MySpace and Facebook, motorcycle dealers are creating their own online communities, where they can glean valuable feedback from customers, promote their brand and keep an eye out for future staff amid the online message posts. “It’s a good time to become a niche

Smart Systems

The impetus behind the development and refinement of systems in any business is to streamline operations, increase efficiencies and, thus, increase profits.

Panic Is Dead

Business owners and managers become better suited at handling adversity over time, gaining the ability to listen to customers’ problems and respond with better solutions. This deadened sense of panic is, perhaps, the most important step in the development of any business owner/manager.

Click For Orders … Technophobe Logs In

Chad and Dean get logged into the Internet to share their views on why you need to be plugged in to the virtual world.

Sit On It

One of the measurable activity steps in the sales process is sitting on a unit, which gives the customer a sensation of ownership, greatly increasing the chance that they’ll buy today.

Tracking Sales Numbers

Having a solid business plan and sticking to it can give you positive results in the long run.

Devils and Dealers: How to be an Employer of Choice

Is letting your people explore other employers really the realm of the devil’s playground?