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One of the difficult parts of maintaining a successful social media marketing campaign is attracting the "right" people and getting your customers and prospects to interact with your dealership online. While this won't solve all of these problems, being able to find your dealership contacts in social media accounts is a start.
There is a pretty simple way to find your dealership contacts in social media sites like Twitter that I found while reading…Continue
Added by Ali Amirrezvani on August 24, 2011 at 2:21pm — No Comments
I am very excited and proud to be a part of the DrivingSales Executive Summit October 9-11 in Vegas. This will be a great event with a lot of great information and insight for increasing sales in 2012 and beyond.
I can not express how helpful this event will be in helping you see where the market is and where it's going so quickly.
Here is the link and article announcing me as a keynote speaker. …
Added by Paul Potratz on August 24, 2011 at 12:05pm — No Comments
|Recovering Dealers Rely on Info Tech|
Edited source: WardsAuto.com
Many dealers are turning to…Continue
Added by Ralph Paglia on August 24, 2011 at 10:07am — No Comments
I would like to invite members of this community who are going to Las Vegas for the fall conferences to add the AWA Ceremony to your agenda. The Automotive Website Awards recognize the best technology, products, and services offered to car dealers.
The ceremony and…Continue
Facebook announced updated privacy settings today and for the first time one might actually consider them impressive. I mean after years of menus and menus and more menus filled with menus of drop downs with menus...(you get the point) - they have simplified the process with privacy options right at the wall page level. Of course, I expect people will still bitch and complain because hey!…Continue
Added by Timothy Martell on August 24, 2011 at 8:09am — No Comments
Dreams are often the seeds in which goals are grown from, but it takes acting on a dream to achieve a goal. Sometimes big goals can be as overwhelming as a football field to a five year old. Like that scared five year old, we can let a daunting task get in the way of our success because of a fear of failure. When engaging in…Continue
Added by Stephanie Young on August 24, 2011 at 6:30am — No Comments
So after the last couple conferences I have blogged a recap, highlighting tips shared with me, or ones I have learned though personal experience. Because a number of people have commented on these tips, I have decided to make a master list of what I have learned from my…Continue
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Digital Dealer Conference Attendees, don't miss your chance to win a $200 Mirage Hotel & Casino gift card! Just "Like" AutoUSA's Facebook page and click on the "Sweepstakes" tab on the left hand side. The winner can pick up the gift card at AutoUSA's booth #915 at the Digital Dealer Conference.
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Have you ever wished you could buy a new car on the internet? How about a used car? Wait…I know what you’re thinking, so don’t go all Craigslist ebay crazy on me. I’m not talking about pretend internet car buying – where we bid and pray at the online auction, or negotiate with car dealers from our keyboards, instead of face-to-face. That technology has been around since the mid 1990’s. I’m talking about selecting your new or used car from a manufacturer‘s catalog and clicking a Buy It…Continue
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Following in the footsteps of three generations of outstanding educators, I took on the career of a high school teacher in my early twenties. Being the new kid on the block, I was given two classes out of five that were "at risk" students. High school students don't usually relish in the idea of math class and most "at risk" kids seem to see math as a total…Continue
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