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5 Steps Your Dealership Needs to Take to Optimize Your GMB
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5 Steps Your Dealership Needs to Take to Optimize Your GMB

Consider This… More than 95% of your dealership’s potential sales are delivered to you as a result of online research.  Local search accounts for 46% of Google searches, and 4 out of 5 consumers consider it to be their primary means of getting information about, or contacting a business. It’s also estimated a business’s GMB […] Read More

7 Easy Ways to Optimize Your YouTube Content
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7 Easy Ways to Optimize Your YouTube Content

Log onto Google and do a search for anything, and you’ll be provided with what Google interprets to be related video content. Most likely, the results will feature videos that are posted to YouTube (over other video platforms) since it’s a Google-owned platform. In other words, YouTube content has SEO Value. And since this series […] Read More

Where Should You Post Your Videos (and Why)
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Where Should You Post Your Videos (and Why)

Facebook. YouTube. Which platform should you be posting your dealership’s videos on, and why? On one hand, Facebook is STILL the most prominent social media platform out there with roughly 2.5 billion users, worldwide – but it also features additional post types in addition to video. YouTube, on the other hand, only boasts about 2 […] Read More

The Value of Facebook Audience Insights
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The Value of Facebook Audience Insights

Last week, we provided an overview of Facebook Page Insights, a great front-end tool that helps you to monitor the effectiveness of your posting strategy. Now, there are more in-depth tools and visibility provided by both Facebook Business Manager and other third-party tools, but the simplified accessibility of Page Insights makes it universally valuable. This […] Read More

Greg Gifford and Local U Bring Explosive Results to Gas Industry

Blowing Minds With Local Search Strategy The Greg Gifford and Wikimotive world tour continues with a quick stop in Corpus Christi, Texas, for a special event hosted by Local University (Local U) and the Propane Education and Research Council (PERC). PERC, along with Local U, is hosting the event for industry professionals to highlight advanced […] Read More

Gifford Hosts Web Series for SEMrush

In the weeks since our welcoming of Greg Gifford to the team, there has been no shortage of exciting developments and news stories worth sharing. For those of you who are unfamiliar with our newly-named Vice President of Search, Gifford is an experienced specialist in Local SEO, an educator, and honored speaker at SEO conferences […] Read More

Welcome to Peterborough

  As the third-largest city in New Hampshire, Peterborough offers a wide range of attractions, from landmarks to sports, dining, and shopping. Founded on the banks of the New Hampshire River shortly after the end of the Revolutionary War, Peterborough became a hub for riverboat travel that connected it with the major cities on the […] Read More

Wikimotive’s Amazing Adventure at the Epic #IS20G 2014

Wikimotive attended this year’s Internet Sales 20 Group held in Atlantic City, New Jersey from April 8th to the 10th 2014. This amazing workshop is put on every year by one of the Automotive Industry’s leading subject matter experts, Sean V. Bradley, and it is where an all-star lineup of speakers, expert panelists, and presenters come […] Read More

Mark Frost Joins Wikimotive’s Content Team as Director

We’re back again with another exciting team announcement! After recently joining Wikimotive as a social media representative, Mark Frost will now head up the company’s content team as Director of Content. In his new role, Mark will manage our growing list of client’s website content, as well as Wikimotive’s blog as a resource for businesses […] Read More

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