Vehicle inventory matters, website traffic is highly important, and selling cars is the number one goal, but how do you insert the cars you sell into the content you share on your social networks and receive results?
When you think of the word, personality, you often envision an individual or person and it is hard to try to apply this noun to a business. After all, the word person is in the word personality. However, when we look at the definition of the word from Wikipedia, we can gain a deeper understanding of this noun.
Gaining possible leads or car selling on social media are not easy tasks, but are what most dealerships, if not all, want from this marketing platform. We all wish there was a simple formula to follow that guaranteed “quick” buyers on social media, but the reality is; this is not the case, nor would we want it to be.
Many of us are glued to our television sets as the 2012 Summer Olympics, held in London, are in full swing. We all have our favorite sport and Olympian to watch, hoping this year they will take home the gold.
Many Olympians have taken to the social network, Twitter, to engage and connect with those, like us, who are watching the Olympics. Which can make you wonder, which Olympian takes home the gold for being the most influential online?
Next to Facebook, Twitter is undoubtedly the next most popular social networking site. The network boasts of many advantages that make it ideal for promoting your brand or business. Aside from being instantaneous, it’s fast and conversational. You can take advantage of Twitter in increasing the exposure of your business. Here’s how.