In this segment of our Video Marketing for Auto Retail article series brought to you by Flick Fusion, we look at personality video marketing strategies for auto sales professionals such as Mike “Louisville Chevy Dude” Davenport, Mike Columbus – Seattle Honda Pro, El Patronn, and Bow Tie Terrance. Get the free on-demand video course for auto retail here.
Excerpt from our free on-demand video course for auto dealers show several different types of videos dealers can make for their website: New Model Test Drive Information Videos, Vehicle Inventory Walkaround Videos, Why Buy from Us Value Proposition Videos, and Finance FAQ Videos. Get the free online course today.
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Video and podcast featuring Mike Correra, Mike Phillips, and Terry Lancaster talking about this week’s headlines: Uber IPO: 5 things you need to know about potentially the biggest IPO in years; Disney Plus – what we know so far about the upcoming streaming television service; Verizon flips 5G live in Chicago, but finding it is like panning for gold.
In the world of entertainment media, there is an ever-growing demand in the market for business television and content. Especially with the popularity and success of shows like Shark Tank, The Profit, Wall Street Warriors,…
Today’s video marketing has come a long way and it shows no signs of slowing down. If anything, the technology is poised to become even more robust and capable of delivering usable analytics for businesses by creating engaging, relevant, and personalized content for users.
Like almost everything in the world today, B2B Marketing is fast-paced and constantly evolving. The marketing strategies that have worked for small business brands over the last 5-10 years or so, companies are realizing, struggle…
This post features the video and podcast about Smart ‘A.I’ Mail – a data-driven technology solution that combines the power or data, behavior, and personalization with a tried and true form of advertising – printed direct mail.
In this inaugural episode of my B2B Marketing and Sales Hacks Webcast Series, I talk more at length about the misconceptions and misunderstanding of the idea of “leads” and the disconnect between marketing and sales.
This week on the show, YouTuber Lilly Singh to replace Carson Daly on NBC Late Night; Google plans to enter $146B Video Gaming Industry; Lyft founders believe car ownership is on permanent decline and want to help kill it; LinkedIn is at the early stages of supporting Live Streaming on the social network.