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Is your phone ringing off the hook? Probably not.
In this week's Think Tank Tuesday, Paul reveals that by sending a simple ringless voicemail drop, you can start the conversation with potential customers that may not have answered an email or other advertisement. Grab more leads and build your business by utilizing this low cost, lead generating strategy.…Continue
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Ideally, an auto dealership should be running a pay-per-click campaign through Google AdWords, but what if you just don't have the staff or the time to manage an AdWords campaign? Google now offers a simplified option called Google Boost through Google Places in which you can basically "set it and forget it." Unfortunately, this platform is only available in certain markets but…Continue
What’s your ultimate goal in running a search engine marketing campaign for your car dealership? To get more clicks on your ads? To lower your cost per click and get the most for your money? To get more conversions when people fill out forms to get a quote? All of these things work step by step closer to your ultimate goal: to sell more cars. That’s what it comes down to.
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Recently, we were searching one of our dealership clients (Bill Rapp Superstore) in Google and found that a competitor, Nemith Nissan, is bidding on their dealership's name in search. So when we typed in "Bill Rapp Nissan," a pay-per-click ad showed up saying "Bill Rapp Nissan-we beat their price." Further investigation showed that…Continue
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The social networking and media jungle is constantly changing, and sometimes automotive dealers get lost trying to cut through the bush to
stay ahead of current trends. Although it’s beneficial to stay
knowledgeable in the shifting social media arena, using the 1,000 pound
Gorilla (Facebook) to its maximum potential will provide a dealership
with the biggest return on investment.
As we already know, Facebook is the world’s largest social networking…Continue
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