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You Have a Position to Fill – Who Do You Hire?

You Have a Position to Fill – Who Do You Hire?

As much as you try to avoid employee churn, you’ll always need to hire someone. It might be to replace a staff who’s moved on in their care…

6 Tips for Better LinkedIn PPC Advertising

6 Tips for Better LinkedIn PPC Advertising

With a little over a year’s experience with LinkedIn Advertising and some insights from a connection at LinkedIn, I’ve put together a list of 6…

The 3 Laws of Extreme Ownership

The 3 Laws of Extreme Ownership

“These are all things that may help you justify your results. But is your dealer any happier because of this?” I just finished reading a…

The Q1 Inventory Glut - Expert Insight

The Q1 Inventory Glut - Expert Insight

You've heard about it, read about it, and probably experienced it. Q1 for the auto industry was a pretty rough one. Experts are diving into what the pr…

Transforming the F&I Experience

Transforming the F&I Experience

In this post, I want to share a short story that led to a revelation for one F&I product provider as well as try to remind us that while technology will co…

Weekly Review - Top 5 Trending Posts

 

This week’s Top 5 Trending posts are all about social media.  Well, kind of.   From Twitter efficiency, penalties for inappropriate use of reviews, and Facebook losing steam, it covers a wide array of how social media can and can’t impact your business, and where you still need to stick to your roots.

 

Interested In An Unexpected 21 Million Dollar Fine? By Brian Pasch

Facebook Blue: Losing Budget and Priority? By Brian Chee

Networking Group Busted For Posting Fake Reviews on Yelp – By Glenn Pasch

One Great ‘Old School’ Practice – By Ed Brooks

Twitter: Love it or hate it, You Still Need To Be More Efficient. By Joey Little

 

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