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Dealer Authority’s Social Team builds custom, hand-crafted Facebook posts highlighting three criteria for our dealers:  The brands you sell, the dealership, and local events.  We never syndicate content across multiple pages because we believe true engagement is earned by speaking directly to your followers in a genuine way.  We push your products only after establishing[…]

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Your social media presence is the face of your dealership that reveals your personality. As a well-known local business with a large following and fan-base, you have the power to influence and make changes in your community by allowing your followers to see who you are, at heart.  While ultimately your social media strategy is[…]

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Dealers who are ready to utilize aggressive, proven strategies for selling cars through social media are looking for Dealer Authority. Our hands-on style of building a true partnership with our clients combines nicely with the cutting-edge techniques that have made our company grow tremendously since our formation in November, 2013. Here are four differentiators that[…]

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Some of our readers may have noticed that I haven’t been posting very much on the various automotive networks since August. This wasn’t the result of an extended vacation or a trip around the world. My thoughts and efforts have been squarely placed on the evolution of the automotive industry and how that will affect[…]

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Another dealership website analysis and digital marketing proposal went into the books yesterday. We looked at what a dealership was doing and made recommendations about what they should be doing in the near future. The response was similar to what we typically receive. “Nobody’s ever recommended that we do it like that,” they told us.

If there’s one thing that automotive digital marketing has taught us over the years, it’s that things change. This is a good thing for those who are keeping up with the changes and a bad things for those who languish in yesterday’s strategies. As I’ve said many times before, what worked yesterday might not work[…]

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