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Though millennials aren’t as into car ownership as their parents, they bought more vehicles than the oft-compared Gen Xers this year, which has car dealers clamoring to figure out what makes them tick.
With mobile banner and pre-roll ads trumping the conversation, it’s easy for mobile search to get lost in the fray.
Working with an agency or other advertising partners can be very beneficial. You have a team of dedicated, experienced professionals on your side.
Journalism is supposed to be unbiased whereas advertising, by its definition, is completely biased.
Here are four reasons why you should send your digital media and online marketing out of the house and to the experts.
While competition is fierce between dealers to earn that coveted sale, a surprising number of in-market leads are slipping through the cracks.
It’s important to remember, amidst the trending news, why auto dealerships are so important in the first place – and why we need to keep them around.
Over 70% of Americans have Internet access in their homes, and over 80% of smartphone and tablet owners use their devices while watching television.
Strive to exceed your current dealership goals (keeping these projections in mind). Update your marketing strategy to reel in reluctant customers or those with loyalty to a competitor.
The good news is, auto dealers are getting a lot of phone calls in 2014. The bad news? They don’t always know how to answer them.
Consumers are increasingly relying on mobile devices to research products and make decisions about where to spend their money.