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What People Are Looking For In An Auto Repair Shop

What People Are Looking For In An Auto Repair Shop

Those who have been involved in some sort of accident have the next step of finding an auto repair shop. These shops are not all created equal as some are …

One Price Selling – What Are You Waiting For?

One Price Selling – What Are You Waiting For?

Most Dealers are closer to a One Price Selling sales process than they may realize. If you’re an excellent pre-owned dealer you’re basically no…

What Is Your Chemistry With Women Buyers?

What Is Your Chemistry With Women Buyers?

Wow, its December. Last month of the year. Now is the perfect time to begin to reflect on the customer processes, engagement and strategies you have in pla…

Want to Advance in Business? Here are a Few Ways to Stay on Top of Your Game

Want to Advance in Business? Here are a Few Ways to Stay on Top of Your Game

If it’s time for you to take the next steps in your career, there are some tried-and-true methods that can ensure your success. All business professi…

BDC training for 2017

BDC training for 2017

  We have a service and sales bdc team for each of our stores. One is a Hyundai store and the other is a Chevrolet store. We have Three sales Bus…

Mobile friendly websites and Google

A constant mantra of digital marketing is “mobile-friendly".  The reason is quite simple - a majority of users access the web via a smartphone or tablet.  Because this includes shoppers, having a mobile-friendly site is key to creating an attractive shopping experience.
 
Google is acknowledging this trend with its most recent updates.  Sites that are deemed as not “mobile-friendly" by Google will theoretically be penalized in search engine rankings.  If your site is not mobile-friendly yet, it might suffer a hit in ranking on mobile devices.
 
Google’s recommended approach is responsive web design.  Besides that, some key factors Google looks at include font size, page width, whether or not flash is used (avoid it) and how close together links are.
 
If a business can't get their site up to Google's standards right away, they can still make changes down the line and rebuild their rankings.  How are you all coping with Google's algorithm change?

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