Return on investment. It’s a term that is thrown around in the automotive industry by vendors to catch the attention of prospective dealers, but so many times the costs do not match the results. That’s not across the board, but particularly in the realm of automotive social media, the ROI is often minimal.
By Tyson Madliger Automotive Social Media, Our Services, Uncategorized Jan 01, 2015
By Tyson Madliger Automotive Social Media, Dealer Tips, General, Uncategorized Sep 03, 2014
Social media is a fickle beast. What worked yesterday may not work today but may work again tomorrow. In the case of asking for social actions, it’s a trend that died a little while ago and likely will not return. Anyone who has spent any time on social media has seen them. They’re ask people[…]
By Tyson Madliger Automotive Social Media, Dealer Authority, Dealer Tips, General, Philosophy, Uncategorized Jun 11, 2014
It’s all about the targeting. The mantra that many in the automotive industry chant about social media is that it’s big and huge and gigantic and you have to be on it. Unfortunately, these concepts miss the real value of social media. Now, there are results that clearly demonstrate that the real ROI comes from[…]
By Tyson Madliger Automotive Social Media, Dealer Tips, General, Uncategorized Mar 29, 2014
When we discuss social media, the conversation almost always revolves around Facebook. This is by design; Facebook is the big dog and the chances of a car dealer selling a car through social is by far easiest through Facebook. With that said, a complete automotive social media presence has to include Twitter. For the most[…]
By Tyson Madliger Automotive Social Media, Dealer Tips, General, Uncategorized Jan 08, 2014
I have a secret. I rely on others to find stuff for me. It’s a sad situation; I often feel like I’m using people, but they’re going to do it whether I use them or not, so I might as well take advantage of them. If you’re a dealer or vendor, you should take advantage[…]
By Tyson Madliger Automotive Social Media, Dealer Tips, General, Infographics, Uncategorized Dec 17, 2013
Social media is mostly a visual medium. Sure, there are text posts and link posts, but on most of the networks there’s a tendency to lean in favor of images and videos. That’s why it’s so important to have a clear understanding of the dimensions for display… or at least have some cheat sheets.