"That's exactly right. It doesn't have to be a Facebook-like platform for it to retain value. Hell, it doesn't even have to be popular. Google's measurement mechanism (sick and tired of using the work algorithm = most people…"
"Ralph, forget about it, he and his minions (he isn't posting this) will never reply. Even when he is blatantly wrong, he and his minions do not reply. ha ha ;-)
You're right Ralph, what about them???"
"Great, all the more data for Facebook to collect from them, which gives automotive rooftops the greater ability to "pay to play" / perform paid display advertising.
Organic reach is dead, regardless of the content. "
"Yes, those are good ones.
I can think of a few others:
How are you going to help us convert, BE VERY SPECIFIC? Additionally, what benchmark numbers are used?
What are your biggest frustrations with dealers?
What have been your successes?
"Before you know it, there will be biometric or facial recognition software in showrooms and the data that stems from the metrics should give you a much better idea of your demographic. It's already being done in many retail verticals.…"
"Benchmark numbers are what your after here.
This is a fairly simple task, if you have the tools and resources in place.
There are plenty of tools that allow dealers to measure general leads (soft = directions and hours views), but fewer that…"
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