Author: Wikimotive

What is the Precedent Set by Your Online Presence?

What is the Precedent Set by Your Online Presence?

It’s widely believed that there are seven essential characteristics that people look for when seeking legal representation. Do you know what they are? Chances are that you’re already ticking all seven boxes if you can (honestly) look at yourself and feel that you’re achieving all of your goals. But let’s be honest. Regardless of the size of your firm or […]

The Symbiosis of Healthcare and Marketing

The Symbiosis of Healthcare and Marketing

It’s hardly a well-kept secret that the healthcare industry exists within a perpetual state of precariousness. As a society, we look to the wide array of healthcare professionals for unbiased solutions to issues related to our personal well-being. However, as with members of any industry, those professionals offer a series of products and services that exist to be marketed for […]

No-one is Disputing This Similarity Between Law Firms and Digital Marketers

No-one is Disputing This Similarity Between Law Firms and Digital Marketers

As you sit there either (a) entrenched in the logistics of your own Law Firm marketing, or (b) running your practice on little more than referrals, you’re inevitably wondering how you can build clientele and increase your revenue stream. And while you may fall into the category of legal professionals who (through either education and/or implementation) understand why a digital […]

Making Your Automotive Marketing Worth a Million Words

Making Your Automotive Marketing Worth a Million Words

If seeking a real-world example of ‘necessary evil’, one could argue that ‘Marketing’ is a near-perfect choice. A crucial component of any business’s continued success, a well-realized and multi-tiered marketing initiative should be designed to communicate any (and all) messages, to any (and all) demographics, using the most effective platform for each. Just last month, we were discussing some perspectives […]

Real Estate Marketing with Wikimotive

Real Estate Marketing with Wikimotive

Whether your presence within the local Real Estate marketplace is well-established, or if you’re a motivated new realtor looking to make a splash, your online presence is the most powerful tool that you have. And you might be surprised to learn how many of your competitors do (and don’t) recognize this. With that in mind, Wikimotive’s online marketing services can […]

Automotive Marketing In Today’s Industry

Automotive Marketing In Today’s Industry

Within today’s automotive industry, a dealership’s success is no longer solely dependent on a well-realized business model, or in the creation and maintenance of a customer-centric culture. While both remain crucial components, a dealership needs to embrace the important role that online marketing plays in ensuring its continued longevity.   Website Design Successful online marketing is more than just a […]

Is Dealer.com Corrupting Your Data?

Is Dealer.com Corrupting Your Data?

Sep 22, 8:24AM, UPDATE: James Grace has contacted Wikimotive and shared findings with us: “We’ve tracked down the source of this issue to a 3rd Party Integration with Edmunds.com that was active on approximately 16% of our sites.  Edmunds pushed tracking code to these sites that was causing the Google session-ID to be overwritten with every “event” on the website, […]

Welcoming Brandon Parker Director of Social Media

Welcoming Brandon Parker Director of Social Media

The team at Wikimotive is proud to introduce its latest hire, Brandon Parker. Invoking old school journalism, we enlisted our Managing Editor to pose a few questions to Brandon and highlight what makes him such an asset to our company. Without further delay, check out their brief interview… Brandon, what brings you to Wikimotive? Years of marketing experience and the […]

Welcoming Josh Billing, Front-End Developer & QA Specialist

Welcoming Josh Billing, Front-End Developer & QA Specialist

Wikimotive is pleased to introduce the newest member of our development team, Front-End Developer & QA Specialist, Josh Billings. Working closely with Wikimotive’s CTO and co-founder, Andrew Martin, Josh takes on the critical role of content publishing and front-end page development. After all, our writers can produce the best content on Earth, but someone with a sharp eye for detail […]

Google Page Layout Algorithm Refresh

Google Page Layout Algorithm Refresh

Have your rankings been a little tumultuous lately? We here at Wikimotive pay very close attention to the minute fluctuations rankings can take on even a day to day timeline, and this past week has been especially puzzling. Well, it was puzzling anyway, until an announcement from Matt Cutts today shed some light on the search engine optimization roller coaster.

Off Site Blog Post Example

Why I’m a Mazda Mom I’m a new mom. In case you don’t know many new moms, let me tell you that new-mom status comes with a new-found obsession: safety. Prior to having a baby, I can assure you I had never been the type to actually mail in the “just-in-case” recall postcards. Now I have them in the mail […]

On Site Blog Post Example

On Site Blog Post Example

  How Your Ford Dealership Can Help You Go Further Depending on how many dealer and consumer pages your vehicle search has taken you through by the time you reach this, it may be fair to say that your head is spinning. Sure, there are luxuries to living in the age of information, but the accessibility of so much content […]

Grading the Better Business Bureau

Grading the Better Business Bureau

Is the BBB a consumer watchdog or a toothless lapdog? What’s really behind those charges that businesses have to pay to play? Long considered an impartial arbiter of who’s scamming whom (and who’s not), the Better Business Bureau—a “federated association” of locally run bureaus—has been facing questions lately about its very mission. Among them: • Can anyone pay dues ($300 […]