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Camaro vs Mustang
The introduction of the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro and 2011 Camaro Convertible reignites a volcanic war that has defined the American automotive landscape for much of the past century. For over forty years Camaro and Mustang have been battling it out for first place in America’s heart. The Mustang arrived first, staking out the pony car high ground in 1964 and remained the only one of its kind during the two and a half years it took General Motors to respond. Since…Continue
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A local boy in Rumson, a friend of my son Connor, is obessed with collecting car keys. I just found out about his collection and I have attached two photos. I had a car dealership GM over at the house this weekend and he was begging him for any unclaimed keys that he could send him.
So I was thinking that there must be thousands of unclaimed keys and old keys that may be very "cool" to add to Jeremy's collection. So if you car to make a young man very happy, send me some of…Continue
Added by Brian Pasch on July 25, 2010 at 5:14pm — No Comments
Applications for the 2010 Automotive Search Marketing Architecture (ASMA) study, underwritten by PCG Digital Marketing (PCG), are now available to automotive website design companies.
The annual study and awards recognize the best automotive website platforms for automotive digital marketing strategies.
Automotive website companies are encouraged to contact…Continue
Many dealers continue to put all their focus on Google and rightfully so. However, if you haven't been paying attention, Yahoo and Bing have been gaining in search volume. While individually, they don't even come close to Google's stranglehold on the market, together they still represent 31% and I would consider this a very sizable chunk. Who wouldn't want to get…Continue
Day in - Day out. Like clockwork - tic, tac, tic, tac. Little voices already in your brain whispering "hey......hey.....do not forget to check in....and it has been already 12 minutes that you have had changed your status on Facebook......hey......hey.....and don't forget see that you finally hit the 1000 followers mark on Twitter....hey....." -Okay, when you are reading these lines here and you feel like "hmmm, sounds familiar, and you got by they was sweaty hands…Continue
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How do you take the social web by storm in a day, winning over even the coldest of hearts and gaining…
I just returned from a Conference and many of the breakout sessions discussed the need for businesses to focus on “The Voice of the Customer”.
This seems to be the new buzz phrase and I heard many different ideas on how a company can achieve this.
1. Utilizing Social Media to monitor what your customers are saying about your company or your products.
2. Listening to recorded calls, hearing where customers are interrupting your agents in order to…
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This video was too large to upload on ADM because of the 100 Mb limit but I wanted to show all ADM members how cool the Flipboard App for the iPad looks. It took me 2 minutes to install the App and it turned by boring Twitter stream into a stylish social media magazine.
The iPad app converted by Twitter stream into a cool Automotive Social Media magazine.
The Flipboard App also brings up an interesting point. Would you read the magazine of your Twitter…Continue
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The search engines function like nature. Well structured and well adapted pages populated with original and relevant content, planted in the right soil, over time, will thrive. People, consumers, are on the internet based on the need to seek pleasure or the need to resolve pain. The pain component has to do with searching for and finding answers to questions – solving personal problems or finding more information and a great deal on their next car.…Continue
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