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Mobile Marketing tips

SMS lead generation can bring interested car buyers to your showroom.  Place a call-to-action in your next ad and you can track interest an…

Started by Curtis Brown

1 Apr 21, 2011
Reply by Travis Hafer

Buick turns to mobile ads to drive basketball fan


Started by Curtis Brown

0 Mar 28, 2011

Automaker sees the value in instant and direct communication

Ford Utilizes mobile coupons

Started by Curtis Brown

1 Mar 24, 2011
Reply by Curtis Brown

Mobile Marketing tips

Useful info that sheds some light on how consumers interact and how they allow access to their personal space. Cell Phone Usage Statistics…

Started by Curtis Brown

0 Mar 23, 2011

Are car dealers starting to see the value in mobile marketing. Some automobile dealers "get in" others seem to think it's not a relevant marketing tool.

Car mobile phones be used as a lead generation tool?

Started by Curtis Brown

0 Mar 20, 2011


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