36 thoughts on “Facebook Advertising for Car Dealerships”

  • Fidel R. Escobar says:

    Hey man great video!! Quick question tho, do you apply the pixel on the website for that dealership?? Let's say Ford for instance.
    Thanks for your response!!

  • at 15:00 did you make a video on cars from 2-5k and then send them weekly reminders?? please link me if so! Thanks

  • Ricardo Ortiz says:

    Hey Billy, I just started my SMMA & I was wondering if you think it would be a good idea to offer my services for free for a month to my 1st client just to get results?

  • Christian Larinski says:

    TIP: did you know you can promote your own website in the YouTube comments such as this one automatically with the website Automarketer.Pro

  • The Breakfast Marketing Co., LLC. says:

    What's your thoughts running traffic vs conversion campaigns? isn't conversion (LEADS) the objective of each of your clients?

  • Francisco Gamboa says:

    Hey bro kinda random but you pulled up that first ad and its from Olathe haha. That's right by where I live

  • Yahoo motherfkr says:

    How about dealerships post actual price instead of down payment. If somebody is searching for a 3,000 car in marketplace they are not buying your overpriced junk. Geeese

  • Jason Reynolds says:

    Any idea why (in my area) so many dealerships are listing their inventory as private individuals but not as dealers? Seems like a shady way around lemon laws or something.

  • Hey guys! A question here: does the automotive in the behaviors sections is avaliable only in the USA?
    I would really apreciate an answer!

  • Leisure Facts says:

    Bro do we spend $5 a day? Also Do I run the ads or its all the expenses from the owner of the dealership?

  • HEY BILLY, what if you dont have the dealership website access? What do you do about a FB pixel if you cant install one?

  • When I go to Detailed Targeting and click browse / behaviors – It does not give me an automotive option? Anyone know why? – Brandon


    does it work to run ads for a dealership that doesnt has a Website, i mean that tries to get possible buyers throught the ad, to call or message them?

  • Judy Macdonald says: My suggestion is to try and buy a new car for $500-$1000 less than true market value. This is aggressive, but assuming that you've got time and you're willing to work the phone, you can often find a dealership willing to dip into their holdback (financial reserve) to make one more deal.

    If you're buying a used car, I'd try for a 10-15% discount off of wholesale (trade-in) value. It's damn difficult, but every now and then a dealer will take a car in on trade at below market value. If you make this kind of aggressive offer, you might get it every now and again.

    Of course, you can always just offer true market value (new) or wholesale value (used). That will make getting a deal much easier … but what's the fun in that?

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