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The Facebook app BranchOut is shaping up to become a new venue for professionals to connect. What can this mean for the automotive marketing field? Well, this app could help increase professional network connections and boost discussions between the customers and the automotive marketing industry. By understanding your customers background and work environment you can better tailor your automotive marketing and advertising to fit their passion points. 

BranchOut is an app that enables people to create professional profiles. You can choose to connect professionally and not show your personal Facebook page. Sales people at automotive dealerships could truly take advantage of this tool as they market themselves to possible clients. By leveraging Facebook’s network an unprecedented wealth of connections open. A sales person can see what company a past customer works for and then be able to see who else works there, facilitating new opportunities. 

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Comment by Jason Manning on July 2, 2011 at 9:42am

Facebook will not stop moving forward.  This move by them is another example why our CRMs need to go to Social CRMs and take us forward into the future like the rest of the world.

 

I used to go to Yahoo to retrieve my email and keep up with my family.  Facebook eliminated Yahoo to me by about 97%.  I can see them being a threat to LinkedIn.  We only wanted to check up on so many sites in a day.  It will be easy for Facebook to sell IMO.

 

A lot of people doubt Facebook and its power, moving forward.  I disagree with them 100%.

 

Jason Manning

Comment by Bill Goodfriend on July 1, 2011 at 6:23pm
IMHO, I see Branchout as a way to continue to network, but also offer some insight as to the people we have have worked with, but not worked with in depth. In other words, if we enjoyed working together once before we can exchange a small recommendation. FB is trying to rival against L-I & these two are warring it out. Business vs. Social...both are great. But this is a toy amongst toddlers right now. Ooops, they may not appreciate my comment. ; -) All is good, enjoy your long weekend and please accept our best regards; cheers!

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Comment by Scott Falcone on July 1, 2011 at 6:10pm

Paul,

Just an FYI...it looks like LinkedIn is not so happy with this app currently...not sure where this goes but just an update is all. May not affect dealers at all so just some info only...best Scott.

http://techcrunch.com/2011/07/01/linkedin-cuts-off-api-access-to-br...

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