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Amongst the oldest automobile manufacturing companies in Germany, Audi boasts of a fascinating history and legacy that sets it apart as a leader in world auto manufacturing. For all the car connoisseurs, it has always been one of the most desirable possessions and special care is taken when it comes toAudi’s repair and maintenance by all its proud owners. Here is a hands-on guide that enables you to take care of your Audi and maintain its value for a long time to come.…Continue
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Since we deal with SEO and other services and has been providing to large auto merchants. We bring to you a unique product which you can use freely to increase and boost your traffic.
Traffic is very important for search engine rankings. It is also the hardest part to get good quality traffic. For improving search engine ranking not only traffic but direct traffic is needed that is why so many TE (Traffic Exchange sites fail). Wts Traffic Magnet 4.0 provides direct traffic and it is…Continue
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More and more companies are using online videos to establish their brand name and to promote their products and services. With YouTube alone registering two billion video views a day, turning your back to the idea of online videos can be quite disastrous to your business.
As a car dealer, you need to capture your prospect’s attention and persuade them to deal with you when he or she trades in or buys a vehicle.
Added by Rachel Boyle on October 15, 2013 at 6:17am — No Comments
What legally defines a merchant who uses a self-funded, in-house financing program? Any merchant extending credit of any kind to one or more of their customers is this type of merchant, whether they realize it or not.
They may be running an in-house financing program using their own money, or they may simply be allowing a customer they’ve known for years to pay a few days late which constitutes…Continue
Added by JB Floyd on May 26, 2013 at 9:45am — No Comments
Take a look at your FAQ page. How does it look? Is it pretty bare? When was the last time you updated it? Do you even have a FAQ page? The FAQ page is more important than you think. Since the dawn of the Internet, customers have been going to the FAQ page to see if their question has an answer.
A savvy …Continue
Added by Ketty Colom on December 13, 2012 at 8:44am — No Comments
According to this recently published study by J.D. Power, 59% of auto shoppers with smartphones access dealership websites from the dealership. But why would a car shopper go to…Continue
Added by Stephen Jackson on October 9, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments
Does your car dealership have a plan in place for marketing its service center? You need to encourage people to return to your dealership after their vehicle purchase for service, and you also need a strategy to pick up new leads just for service.
Are you missing out on sales because your marketing message is focused only on price points? If you're only focused on price, you are not connecting with customers…Continue
Added by Paul Potratz on September 5, 2012 at 1:13pm — 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
Before I decide to make a purchase on any big ticket item, I search the company’s name in Google and see the rating the business received. I also read a couple of the customer reviews. I, like most shoppers, am turned off by bad reviews. Shoppers are using the Web now, more than ever to research and review companies.
Which rating service should dealerships pay most attention to? Google and here’s why:
I googled a local dealership here in Orlando, and the first…Continue
Added by Ralph Paglia on March 14, 2012 at 6:48pm — No Comments
by: Sarah Kessler
Google+ may be less than a year old, but New York Timesbestselling author Chris Brogan is ready to crown it a game changer. His latest book, which will publish next week, is called Google+ for Business: How Google's Social Network Changes Everything.
“Everything?,” we asked Brogan. He assured us, rather indignantly, that he hasn’t made a mistake with his book’s title.…Continue
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Every year, people start lining up on Wednesday to take advantage of $3 appliances and $1…Continue
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