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In other words, I’m used to having the world at my fingertips, and along with the rest of my generation.
I'm very optimistic about Google+. If you have not received an invite, send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send you an invite so you can get started.
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That map you see below isn't a picture of the earth, seen from space. Rather, it's a map of the locations…Continue
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PCG Digital Marketing is pleased to recognize automotive industry leaders who will be educating dealers at the upcoming PCG Pit Stop Conference on July 16 and 17 at Hyatt Regency in Huntington Beach.
Industry thought leaders Ralph Paglia, Kathi Kruse, JD Rucker, Brian Pasch, and Paul Potratz are just some of the personalities that will share their insights into the latest…
Have you ever heard of a QR code? What exactly is it, and how can it help your business? Keep reading to find out.
Quick Response codes (QR codes) and other two-dimensional codes are experiencing widespread use across the country and globe – and for good reason. Consumers want immediate access to relevant information and QR codes are being used to make that possible.
QR Codes 101
If you’re new to the QR code world, they’re similar to the…
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Google. Microsoft and Yahoo have announced an alliance that should prove very meaningful to automotive marketers who incorporate SEO into their Search Engine Marketing strategy. All three of these major players have elected to adopt the same standards to improve…Continue
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If you use Facebook with any regularity, I’m sure you’ve seen the rising popularity of Facebook Places, used it yourself, and seen your friends check-in information as well. If you haven’t noticed this yet, Facebook Places allows users to "check-in" through their mobile phones, letting their friends (and businesses) know where they are. It's designed to compete with Foursquare, a similar location-based social network. …
Auto Dealerships are now scrambling to use Facebook and other social media sites to gain a competitive advantage. In the rush to be the most connected and the most responsive, some dealers lose sight of the real power of social media. They focus on inflated Facebook fan counts and numbers of Twitter followers rather than on creating new, lasting relationships with individual customers.
So how do you do this?
Here are three…Continue
As we are seeing dealers nationwide take on the lavishing efforts of going social, we find ourselves seeking technology each and every day to make our lives easier & prosperous. A click of one button can distribute our feed, updates, blog notices and such to all varieties of media outlets. And all it had taken was…Continue
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Now rest easy because these popular product by Google will be…Continue
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During a sales meeting, the question of why the company no longer has a stock pile of tri-fold brochures to hand out to potential clients came up. I scratched my head and looked puzzled, since we have not used a single tri-fold brochure in over a year. As a company, we moved away from outdated marketing tools and adopted high tech and interactive tools to meet the requests of our…Continue
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It is not the policies and procedures that define an organization but purpose, not initiatives but inspiration, not mandates but the mission, and not management but…Continue
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Earlier this week, Google caused a stir when it launched Google+, the new social sharing service that’s currently available only to those lucky members who receive an invitation. Unlike other social sharing sites, Facebook being the first that comes to mind, the all-new Google+ begs its users to practice sharing decorum.
First Things First
Whether or not you have received an invitation to Google+ -- it’s the only way to use the service, and due to the high…Continue