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While statistics may seem boring, they are certainly key when choosing a marketing strategy. They can highlight where you should direct your efforts in order to be the most effective and maximize ROI.
There are a ton of statistics floating out there and thousands of articles which – if you don’t believe me – should be sufficient to convince you that video content…
Added by Timmy D. James on March 16, 2017 at 5:37am — No Comments
Dealerships are well known for their involvement and participation with local communities and many different charities. From sponsoring little league teams, to larger charity initiatives, dealerships have supported and given back to the communities they serve for a very long time.
Cause-based efforts have become increasingly important to consumers, especially…Continue
Added by Mike Gorun on January 17, 2017 at 5:32am — No Comments
In the classic movie, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, we received a filmmaker’s glimpse into what humanity would experience in the event of a U.F.O encounter and actual physical contact with an alien. To many dealers, Millennials are very similar. They’re very different from past generations, are far more technologically advanced, and we really don’t know much about them…Continue
Added by Gina Reuscher on August 11, 2016 at 8:06am — No Comments
We talk to hundreds of dealers about live chat and were often surprised by internet managers who are clueless about their traffic and lead numbers. Certainly in the auto industry, an 'internet manager' can be anyone from a…Continue
Last year, Twitter partnered with the data firm Datalogix to study Twitter’s influence on sales transactions in the car industry. Twitter provided Datalogix with all the data they had about brand, dealership and consumer Twitter accounts. Datalogix then paired actual vehicle purchases by cross-referencing the Twitter data with data from Polk.…Continue
Added by Paul Moran on September 25, 2015 at 6:00am — No Comments
In a recent article published on Marketing Land, an author used the famous concept of Moneyball and applied it to content marketing. If you aren’t familiar with the Moneyball concept, it began when Billy Beane became manager of the 2001 Oakland Athletics. Mr. Beane hypothesized that…Continue
We see posts on all over Twitter about the growth in mobile use and web traffic. Ironically, most are coming from people using a desktop.
So, as we always do, we decided to gather the data, set up the experiment and test it!
First, we had to define “What is a mobile device?”…Continue
For inbound marketing, leads determine success. The assumption is that the higher the lead volume and percentage, the higher the sales and service volume. All too often, these do not go in step with each other. Below we identify ten statistics that are the main cause of increased lead quantity not equating to increases in appointment shows and…Continue
Added by Larry Bruce on July 31, 2014 at 9:00am — No Comments
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Added by Sean V. Bradley on February 7, 2013 at 5:22pm — No Comments
The good folks of Microsoft Tag prepared a neat infographic to illustrate the world of mobile marketing and why this (mobile) channel is so important. Here are the highlights:
After reading many blogs about the topic of fake followers, I decided to do some investigating on the topic for myself. I found that the business of buying and selling fake Twitter followers is booming, according to a study by…Continue
Fellow Tweeps! Are you using tired of using Twitter and not seeing the engagement you would like? I’ve found some statistics to help you! Between December 11, 2011 and February 23, 2012, Buddy Media analyzed user engagement on more than 320 Twitter handles of the world's largest brands to determine what works and what doesn't. Read…Continue
Added by Ketty Colom on July 19, 2012 at 6:19am — No Comments
The Automotive Industry has been posting and engaging on Facebook on the wrong days at the wrong time. According to Buddy Media, the automotive industry should be posting on Facebook on Sundays stating, “Engagement rates spike significantly for Posts made on Sunday, but the automotive industry is slow to capitalize on this trend, with less than 8% of all posts being made on this day.”
Don’t get discouraged dealers! I’m here to tell you how…Continue
Added by Ketty Colom on July 18, 2012 at 6:00am — No Comments
I've mentioned numerous times how having a Pinterest account is vital to your social media plan and makes your dealership more likeable as a whole. Well, I found a study online by EyeTrackShop which highlights where the user’s eye is drawn to on a Pinterest page. While most websites draw the users to the left side of the…Continue
If you haven't seen this I would highly recommend you download this free white paper - the most comprehensive stats I've found on the growth of social media, smartphones and mobile:
What statistics surprise you, if any? I think the 8% decline of…Continue
Added by Stan Bradbury on February 17, 2011 at 11:17am — No Comments