Net Driven has announced the winner of the fourth $1,000 Tire Reviews Contest: Allied Discount Tire and Brake in Lafayette, Louisiana.
The Tire Reviews Contest is designed to encourage customers to leave reviews on Net Driven dealer websites. Any customer who leaves a review on a dealer's site is automatically entered to win $1,000 in tires or service from their dealer, and the dealer wins $1,000 in business.
Net Driven also supplies dealers with promotional materials such as website banners and in-store materials to help them build awareness about the contest and encourage customers to leave reviews.
When asked how working with Net Driven has helped to grow their business, Greg Geary, VP of Retail Operations, stated, "Working with Net Driven has been an exceptional experience. They delivered a website to us that was exactly what we were looking for on the first try with minimal edits needed. After switching to Net Driven, we went from about 300 to WELL over 4,500 hits per month! We get more phone calls and email leads delivered from our website than ever anticipated. If you’re in the automotive industry and looking for better results and a better customer experience from your website, look no further than Net Driven!"
Research shows that over 80% of consumers trust online reviews as much as a personal recommendation, and over 70% of consumers research online before making a purchase. The growing importance of online reviews and reputation management has become an area of focus for Net Driven, which is committed to providing solutions to leverage this trend.
Coming soon, Net Driven will be launching a new product designed to help dealers leverage the power of online reviews. “Our commitment to our dealers does not end when the website goes live. We are constantly striving to develop new and creative ways to help our dealers grow their business. The Tire Reviews Contest is just one of those ways,” said Net Driven® founder and CEO Patrick Sandone III.
Winners will be drawn quarterly. The next winner is set to be drawn in January.