Some of the things you and your website provider need to consider when designing your site:
These are the words that searchers use to find your dealership online. Conduct research online to find which combinations of words are being used most often. Make a list of relevant words to use throughout your website content.
Use the keyword list you created and keep those words in mind when writing the text for your site. Use them when you can, but only when relevant. Write for humans, not search engine results. Aim for 400-500 words a page.
When designing your website, it's important to have accurate title tags. Your website provider will most likely take care of this, so make sure to ask them about it. Your title tags tell search engines what your web pages are about, so make sure they're relevant and use the keywords in the list you created.
The actual web address is very important for SEO. When possible, partner with a vendor who uses appropriate words within the URL address. For example, if it's an inventory page for a Corvette, the URL should contain the word "Corvette" in it.
The Internet is here to stay and will only become more critical in the car-buying process in the future. Learning and utilizing various SEO techniques will pay off in increasing quality website visitors with a higher propensity to submit forms because your dealership is relevant to the search for their next car purchase. One thing to remember is to optimize for your location. Since dealerships still close sales on the lot, getting your leads to show up at your dealership becomes your focus, once you know who they are.