Client~ConneXion, LLC has launched a new suite of Automotive Internet Marketing products and services that assists auto dealerships in capturing more business and customer interaction via online practices. Client~ConneXion’s base products include Chat~ConneXion – a Live Web Chat Application that assists sales and service departments with online interaction for internet customers as well as Response~ConneXion, an afterhours lead response management system for General Motors “Standards for Excellence” One Source leads.
The new market expansion includes the following:
This suite of products focuses on the online marketing aspect for auto dealerships in order to stay relevant in their local markets. Additionally, it maintains their social presence on popular media sites.
The Constant~ConneXion – an eMarketing Service includes monthly eNewsletters and an eMail marketing campaign that includes attention to both sales and service.
Social~ConneXion offers a Social Media Management Service that maintains your social reputation while simultaneously interacting with fans, friends and customers.
Customer~ConneXion develops an auto dealership Survey and Testimonial Management system to capture reviews and ratings directly from satisfied customers.
And lastly SEO/SEM~ConneXion is a consulting service that focuses on increased web presence for your auto dealerships.
Client~ConneXion’s introduction to these additional products and services offers a complete solution for Automotive Internet Marketing for auto dealerships nationwide. Brad Hornung of the Bob Moore Auto Group, a 10 store group with 17 brands, tells us that “Client~ConneXion is hands down the best vendor we’ve worked with. From the Chat~ConneXion to the SEO/SEM~ConneXion we’ve seen nothing but results. There are tons of other solutions out there but you get what you pay for and CCX is blowing the competition away. To sum it up: Client~ConneXion rocks!!!”
Client~ConneXion is a software solution firm based out of Dallas, TX that specializes in a Live Web Chat Application that pro-actively engages and “UP’s” every web visitor for auto dealerships throughout the country. For more information visit their website at www.ClientConneXion.com or call 877.888.5948.
How can you be successful in SEO in 2010 and beyond? How does social media affect search? Will Face book replace Google? What about video? What about other social media sites like LinkedIn and Twitter, will they affect search?
This question must be getting on your nerves, if you are an aspiring search engine optimizer and understandably so (after all you need some kind of assurance before opting it as a career). But there is so much uncertainty that even the Gurus are indefinite when it comes to their opinions. Funny thing is that this uncertainty has pretty much been here since the inception of the field we now know as “search engine optimization”; still so many people have dumped their previous lines of work and embraced SEO as a career. So many success stories, SEO businesses growing like mushrooms, plenty of new job openings and still this much ambiguity? The reason is quite simple. Search engine optimization is directly linked to “Search” and “Search engines” and because we can’t have a clear picture of what search or search engines will shape into, we can’t really be sure of how search engine optimization will proceed.
With Google, the ever changing morph, changing to reviews as an emphasis for being
relevant one will never be able to stay completely on top of it all.
Google has 76% of the search engine market so Google Page One Management (GPOM) is of the highest importance to improve traffic. YouTube, Bing, and Yahoo will also be incorporated.
When SEO (unpaid) and SEM (paid) appear in the top available positions on Google page one, customers are 92% more likely to choose that company in the search (and 80% will choose the UNPAID organic SEO which helps the cost structure). Therefore, we place in only the top three positions (left side top) as studies show 65% of people never move to the right side SEM (though cheaper) and 85% never leave page one. The largest numbers of searches occur while people are at work (typically 9-5 time frame) AND when responded to in one hour or less doubles the chance of engagement.
So … we understand that SEO will keep evolving, but would we see something like complete demise of SEO as a profession anytime soon …? If you ask me … that’s out of the question