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Most dealership fan pages on Facebook are a lot like really bad first dates, they won’t stop talking about themselves. The words “I” and “we” tend to be the most used words when dealerships post to Facebook. Check your last 10 posts or your last 10 tweets. Are they all about you? Are they all about your…Continue
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Not very long ago a lot of people were still asking, “Twitter? What’s that?” Now almost everyone has heard of Twitter, but how to use Twitter remains a mystery to many. How do you use Twitter? And what are all those funny @ and # signs all over the place? Read on to find out so you can tweet like a…Continue
Here we are again. The weeks are flying by and today I'll post my conclusion of the 15 Free Tools To Monitor The Social Media Sphere - Part 3. I hope that you found at least one new tool in the last 3 weeks, which was a "new one" for you, and I wish you and your endeavor "Social Media Marketing" success!
Here are my last five freebies:
Added by VJ on October 5, 2011 at 6:34am — No Comments
When I’m talking with dealers about various aspects of their online marketing strategy, the reason that they most frequently bring up for why they aren't more involved in social media is that they or their teams don't have the time. I'm a strong believer in the theory that time is the new money, so I agree that sometimes there just aren't enough hours in the day. At DealerOn, we believe that there is a definite benefit to devoting time and effort to…Continue
Added by Ali Amirrezvani on July 21, 2011 at 12:59pm — No Comments
Back in the mid-90s, I joined in on what we called the wild, wild web. And it was wild. There were no rules, no major search engines, and most of all, no experts to tell us how to do things. We were free to experiment… and we did. It was a time when one creative soul could fashion an Internet strategy and create an…Continue
Five years ago Jack Dorsey, co-founder of Twitter, sent out the first tweet launching a new form of communication that became a revolution in 140 characters or less. This year, Twitter posted a blog reporting that it only takes about one week for users to send 1 billion tweets and last February an average of 460,000 accounts were opened per day. In the automotive industry, we should all ask ourselves, are we utilizing the fundamentals of Twitter to best engage current and potential buyers on…Continue
Added by Paul Potratz on March 30, 2011 at 12:59pm — No Comments
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
One year ago Ralph and I went on a rant about inventory on Twitter.
Great to see where we were and where we are now.
Chewing on the post from last year now with sweet tea.
Not in the stream though right?
So now I get it and it is part of our platform. What a difference a year makes.…
Not too long ago, Google rolled…Continue
Added by Paul Potratz on November 18, 2010 at 12:11pm — No Comments
Normally nosy bloggers post the first spy pics of a new car model, but this time Hyundai itself has revealed a spy shot of the 2011 Elantra on its official Twitter account. This clever image leak is a great example of automotive social media marketing.
The tweet simply said, “Self-Spy-Photo: Just received this from our…
Added by Paul Potratz on November 11, 2010 at 1:48pm — No Comments
Twitter plans to launch a free analytics dashboard that will help its users – especially businesses – understand how others are interacting
with their tweets.
Added by Gary Weinberg on September 23, 2010 at 2:36pm — No Comments
I have been asked time and again “What made us decide to make MyDealerReport free to dealers?”. Well, the plain truth is, making dealers pay for their rating accounts was and is damaging the growth of our space. Facebook, twitter and linkedin have free accounts and this helped social media to grow. I believe social media would be hindered by forcing users to pay for an…Continue
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