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Louie Baur's Blog Posts Tagged 'Twitter' (7)

Social Media isn’t for Every Dealer but it May be for You

Here’s a stark truth that may make some of our competitors, employees at Facebook, and even some of my own employees a little upset: car dealers don’t need social media marketing to be successful. Search, proper website maintenance, display ads, reputation management, and mobile marketing may all have a…

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Added by Louie Baur on February 21, 2013 at 9:00pm — No Comments

3 things businesses need to know about their Twitter strategy

Twitter is still the most used social network by businesses. This surprises some, but the latest statistics showed that 77% of businesses were on Twitter versus 74% on Facebook. It’s not a big difference, but it’s still at least a little surprising to many…

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Added by Louie Baur on February 20, 2013 at 9:00pm — No Comments

Posting only links on Twitter means posting nothing at all

Anyone who has been on Twitter as long as I have (6 years I believe) knows that the site has gone through major transformations in the past. Lately, Vine might be the only major change in a while but there was a time when it seemed like proper Twitter etiquette…
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Added by Louie Baur on February 19, 2013 at 8:30pm — No Comments

Dealers Should Not Follow Everyone Who Follows them on Twitter

TK Twitter Following

One of the biggest old-school truths that is obsolete today is the idea that you should follow everyone on Twitter that follows you. It was once considered “social media polite” to follow just about everyone who took the time to follow your own updates. This never included spammers or bots, of course, but when real people and companies…

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Added by Louie Baur on January 29, 2013 at 12:00pm — No Comments

On Twitter, it's Okay for Dealers to be Irrelevant

Irrelevant Definition

There has been a lot of discussion about staying relevant on social media, rightfully so. Too many businesses are trying to “fit in” on Facebook and Google+ by posting funny images that they found on any of the various funny picture resources out there. They are not the right venues for such activities from a business perspective. Twitter, however,…

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Added by Louie Baur on January 11, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments

Triberr Increases Exposure with the Power of the Like-Minded





While learning incredible things and meeting equally incredible people at the New Media Expo in Vegas, I ran into Triberr founder Dino Dogan. I was using Triberr a while back but stopped because it became too hard. The site used to be automated – set it and forget it. They turned it into more of a curation site and I fell of…

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Added by Louie Baur on January 7, 2013 at 10:00am — No Comments

A Case for Posting a Dozen Tweets a Day as a Business

A Dozen Eggs

“We have a rule at our dealership – no more than 3 social media posts a day. Yes, Twitter is included.”

It’s not a secret. Those who follow me on Twitter know that I post 40-50 times a day. I’m a guy who…

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Added by Louie Baur on December 23, 2012 at 2:00pm — No Comments

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