ADM serves Car Dealers, Automotive Marketing Pros and Internet Sales Managers
I’m not a big fan of redundancy, especially on social media. Under normal circumstances, if you have good plugins and widgets properly placed on your blog, there’s no reason to have others. If you want to annoy me with a blog post, put an inline plugin, a floating plugin, and another one at the bottom.…Continue
Snowden leaks are going on and increasing day by day and now Anonymous compromised the FEMA (US Federal Emergency Management Agency) and leaked data from their highly secure systems and they Hack US Congress, Email Addresses and Passwords and Leaked…Continue
Added by Manny Luna on July 21, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments
Let there be absolutely, positively no mistake here. "Tags" have completely different uses depending on the platform on which they're used. We're going to take a look at three of the most popular platforms and how tags affect them:…Continue
As an e-Commerce guy, what would make my life easier when looking for specific data and news? How can I find short, to-the-point information when writing my next dealer blog post about model XYZ? And last but not least, who is actually talking about our cars, the automotive industry and/or our dealership right now?
These are the questions that inspired this post on the 15 free tools I use to monitor the social media sphere.…Continue
Added by VJ on September 21, 2011 at 7:03am — No Comments
OK, so here it is. Our web developer showed me our new site in August. It was slick, it was clean, great graphics and I loved that it was not the same web site as EVERY other car dealer on the web. He tells me he has this new program, called WIX, and he can make great looking sites. So, he builds it.
Then I start to read up on it. Wix (As I am sure you all know by know) is 100% Flash.
I start complaining that Google cant find me, and my web guy tells me its…
This week I had a number of calls with car dealers asking about Wordpress microsites. They heard that microsites could be an effective marketing option for their business to create "first party" sales leads. The conversation always comes down to one question: "What domain should I buy?"