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Force Marketing at NADA 2018

14 Mar 5 Reasons to Visit Booth #5230C at NADA 2018

This year’s NADA Show 2018 is just around the corner, running March 23 through March 25 in Las Vegas. Are you ready for the automotive event of the year? We’re more than ready, and we’re looking forward to meeting with you at Force Marketing’s Booth #5230C in the Central Hall. Read on to find a few of the top reasons you should schedule a meeting at our booth. 1. A multi-channel program that increases gross profit, increases sales and service retention, and increases net new sales customers. You’ll find all that and more with our eXact Match multi-channel marketing program. It allows you...

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05 Oct Force Marketing to Attend the 19th Digital Dealer Conference & Exposition

ATLANTA, GEORGIA— Force Marketing, the leading technology-enabled marketing firm within the automotive industry, is proud to announce that it will have a strong presence at the 19th Digital Dealer Conference & Exposition. This event, which takes place twice a year, brings together dealers, vendors and other automotive professionals to discuss digital trends and topics affecting dealers today. Force Marketing will be located at Booth #723 in the exhibition hall, and team members will be on hand to meet with attendees and showcase the company’s multi-channel services and solutions. Vice President of Sales John Franco, Director of Strategy Kate Andra and Director...

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14 Sep This Year’s Super Bowl Ads Largely Viewed Online

As far as TV and video ads go, the Super Bowl is king. But are people still watching those ads the same way they always have been? According to a recent study by video metrics company Unruly, the answer to that is a resounding no. The study found that 51 percent of those who had watched Super Bowl XLIX ads did not do so on television-- instead, they had viewed the ads on their desktop computers, laptops, tablets or smartphones. People aren’t just viewing these ads on the internet-- they’re also sharing them. The study found that this year’s Super Bowl...

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14 Sep This Year’s Super Bowl Ads Largely Viewed Online

As far as TV and video ads go, the Super Bowl is king. But are people still watching those ads the same way they always have been? According to a recent study by video metrics company Unruly, the answer to that is a resounding no. The study found that 51 percent of those who had watched Super Bowl XLIX ads did not do so on television– instead, they had viewed the ads on their desktop computers, laptops, tablets or smartphones. People aren’t just viewing these ads on the internet– they’re also sharing them. The study found that this year’s Super Bowl ads...

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29 Jun Google Takes Steps to Reduce Accidental Ad Clicks on Mobile

It’s now more difficult to click an ad-- and that’s better for dealers. Have you ever accidentally tapped on an ad on your smartphone, launching an advertiser’s website that you didn’t intend to visit? Even with the larger screen real estate offered by devices like the iPhone 6 Plus, it’s an easy mistake for anyone to make. For smartphone users, that erroneous click merely results in a few seconds of inconvenience. For an advertiser, however, those clicks can cost money. That’s why Google is doing something about it. The company recently announced three changes to mobile ads that will help reduce these accidental types...

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