g for. Two years later, our group now uses them in five of our stores and everybody is happy with the service.
As a dealer, I want to offer the convenience of chat for our customers, but I don't have a ton of time to devote to managing it. My favourite aspect of CarChat is the low-maintenance aspect of it. Once it is set up, it just works 24 hours a day generating incremental leads and I don't have to think about it.
Bang for the buck, you can't beat it.
What reinforced my view was spotting the Holden Efijy (as in “burned in effigy”) concept car again at Holden’s HQ in Fisherman’s Bend.
Forget for a minute that it was named US Concept Car of the Year in 2007.
Disregard the retro-inspired styling and the mind-blowing Soprano Purple duco and tan leather trim. Ignore the state-of-the-art technology such as the multi-element LED headlights which are fan cooled from the back. And pay no attention to the air suspension system that sits the car down when it comes to a stop.
You could argue that the electronics including the multi-use display screen that disappears into the dash is pretty cool, as are the custom-built wheels (20-inch in the front and 22-inch at the back) which are fitted with Dunlop SP Sport tyres and monstrous road racer brakes.
But what grabs me is that this ride is based on a lengthened Corvette chassis and lowered to deliver a ride height that’s ‘just above sea level’ plus, it’s powered by a blown Corvette 6.0 litre V8 that’s linked to a Corvette rear-mounted four-speed transaxle.
Are we favourites or what!…
s, microblogs, etc).
You can automate this with tools such as GSA SER (my favourite right now), Ultimate Demon or Senuke but it's probably best to build these links yourself just to be 100% safe. It's better to use automated tools to make a second or third tier of links to all these other first tier ones.
Then simply buy some expired high PR domains, set up new websites on them and fill them with relevant content and link back to your site with the desired anchor text. Should be like $50 for a PR3, $100 for a PR4, $150 for a PR5 but cost will depend on a bunch of other factors.
Google will see those links as being highly relevant and because of the high PR they will pass a ton of link juice. Since you've built that pillow of other links already you won't trigger a post-penguin over-optimization penalty so you can be a lot more aggressive with these links.
An if in the future, something goes horribly wrong or Google makes another massive algorithm change you can just take the links down.
Certainly there's nothing wrong with doing guest posting or building relationships with people to get links but while you're spending all your time doing that other SEOs are setting up their own private blog networks and outranking you.…
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