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Your dealership can connect with even more in-market car shoppers. To drive this traffic to your site, you don’t need some new buzzword strategy or to even spend more money. You, in fact, have the […]

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As with any effective craftsman, a marketer should use a number of tools that build a strategy that delivers a return-on-investment. There are opportunities to collect and analyze data: leveraging national search trends, tracking shoppers […]

Wordstream released its annual report of Adwords benchmarks by industry. It reports that the click-through rate for automotive paid search comes in at 4%. Yes. 4%. Our question is — why? If you’re stuck at […]

Here’s a crude definition of PPC: paying to get clicks on ads with words that have value to low-funnel, high-intent car shoppers. And how your ad ranks helps Google determine the auction winner — and […]

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Your solid digital marketing strategy drives car shoppers to your dealership’s site. It leverages all of the keystones you’ve learned: Using SEO best practices Spending money for SEM Leveraging social media And much more. All of […]

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Welcome! It’s likely that you came here from our content discussing how to drive high-quality traffic. If not, you’re still invited to use this easy-to-follow guide on connecting Search Console with your Google Analytics. Here […]

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Hello — again, perhaps? You may have gotten here from two different paths: (1) our content about how to ensure you’re driving high-quality traffic to your site; (2) our guide for connecting Search Console with […]

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Summary: Banners earn 6% of all homepage clicks 2nd Position banners only earn ¼ of that 6% of clicks Reunion recommends no more than 3 banners   To get all of the insights from our […]