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ActivEngage, the most trusted brand in automotive live chat brings the top ten blogs and news stories right to you! We monitor industry trends, current events, and the auto dealer community every week to bring you the top ten blogs and stories from around the globe. In this weekly edition-- Sharknado, Gmail, and a royal baby.
The royal baby is named for his great-great-grandfather George VI, father of Queen Elizabeth II. Louis comes from Prince Philip's uncle, Lord Louis Mountbatten, who also was close to grandfather Prince Charles.
According to The Independent, Sharknado saw 5,000 tweets per minute with 318,232 tweets by over 100,000 tweeters; and that’s just while it aired. There are now over 14 million results on Google for Sharknado. Celebrities were joining in and people who would’ve ignored this cut-rate gorefest were clamoring for a rerun.
As you may or may not know, Google introduced a new feature to their web-based Gmail interface. Tabs.
You want to build rapport with me? Take your tie off roll up your sleeves and show me your forearm tattoos that the GM has asked you to hide all these years.
Maps are a fantastic tool in customer science and these days they’re very accessible to all sizes of dealership. Maps are useful because they provide ANOTHER perspective on the customer relationship. It’s quite remarkable what new actionable insights are derived by looking at map data and this article examines some of the ways dealers can put maps to work.
The first American sedan in 20 years to earn Consumer Reports' top score is the Chevrolet Impala.
According to NBC Washington, green paint was splattered inside the chamber of the memorial, on Lincoln and on the floor around it.
A train derailed in Northwest Spain on Wednesday, killing at least 80 people and injured over 100 more. The crash was said to be one of Europe's worst train accidents.
When we have questions — from daily curiosities to deepest doubts — Google has answers.
Through brilliant and insightful narration, we learn a couple of things about the owl.
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