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Sell more this summer with SEM

The online world can be a crowded place. With most businesses now on board with creating a strong online presence, many are realizing the impact that online advertising can make as well. One of the most popular and impactful ways your dealership can advertise online is through Search Engine Marketing (SEM), also called pay-per-click (PPC) advertising. Because this digital marketing ...

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Creating content that converts

In the marketing world we always hear the phrase, “Content is King.” We see that ways of consuming content, from reading blogs to streaming video and through any channel in between, is more popular than ever. But what is it about content that draws so much attention? And how can we make sure that our content is performing at the ...

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Prioritize quality over quantity for best ROI

Email marketing has been around nearly as long as the Internet has existed, but the nature of this digital strategy has changed quite a bit since its inception. While it provides a great platform for reaching customers, it is no longer a wise choice to overload customers with emails. With time, customers have gotten more selective when it comes to ...

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Don’t let your leads get away

Driving traffic to your dealership website, especially without the right digital marketing tools, can be a challenge. Keeping people on your website can be even tougher, and in order to earn an online lead that converts to a sale, those people most likely need to visit your site more than once. Consider the amount of distractions available to people online ...

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Target online prospects based on behavior

Search Engine Marketing (SEM) is a powerful strategy to reach customers. Targeting capabilities within platforms like Google are advanced and specific, allowing you to pinpoint audiences that are likely to be in the market for your products. However, online users don’t stay on a search engine forever. It is just the first step they take before visiting the website they ...

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Make your website your No. 1 salesperson

We don’t think we need to convince dealers that a great dealership website is important. As we near the end of 2018, most people realize how much of an impact a website has on the success of a business. The majority of online shoppers will visit your dealership online before they ever step foot in your store. So, the question ...

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Make or break your business with online reviews

Word of mouth has always been the best advertising strategy for local businesses. When a customer is raving about your dealership to friends, family, neighbors, or co-workers, you’ve hit the jackpot. People are much more likely to trust a personal recommendation than an advertisement. On the other hand, negative talk about your business can be detrimental. Now that both happy ...

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Dealer Spike announces agreement with Mercury Marine

Dealer Spike has agreed to a partnership with Mercury Marine, to enhance the online presence of Mercury-authorized dealerships in the United States. Mercury's dealer partners will now have the opportunity to upgrade to the high-performing custom websites and additional marketing services. As Dealer Spike clients, Mercury-authorized dealers will have access to imagery for product releases and spec data for all inventory units, ...

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Better Together: SEO & SEM

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Search Engine Marketing (SEM) are a powerful pair. Just like other dynamic duos – Batman and Robin, peanut butter and jelly – they’re better together than apart. They are both highly valuable tools that help your dealership website perform at the highest possible level and bring in more sales opportunities for your business. To take ...

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Get personal with marketing automation

In today’s digital world, dates meet on social platforms instead of coffee shops. People go online to order dinner instead of going out to a restaurant. It would appear that things are going in an increasingly impersonal direction - however, people seem to be craving a personal touch more than ever in their brand experiences. Customers have so many options ...

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