Does the initialism GMB mean anything to your dealership?
If not, you’re going to want to investigate. GMB refers to Google My Business, the information listing that is offered up by Google from information you provide about your business. If you aren’t interacting with it weekly – or worse, haven’t even claimed it – you’re going to want to make that happen quickly.
DealerFire is Continuing its Long-Running Relationship with Toyota North America
2011. That was the year that DealerFire earned its first OEM certification for websites with Toyota Motor Company. Back then, OEM certifications were still being fleshed out, with many requirements in various forms of completion, as well as webservices, integrations and compliance. Toyota really jumped on the opportunity though, developing great processes to ensure vendor success. It was especially important to us, as we were a small, scrappy web development company that had no OEM relationships up until that point. We had something to prove and Toyota gave us an amazing opportunity to show what we have been working on for almost a decade. Read the rest of this entry >>
Now that the dust from NADA San Francisco has settled, it’s onto the spring automotive digital gauntlet – starting with Digital Dealer 26 in Orlando. While DealerFire has always had a nice booth presence at the show, we’re especially excited to announce that we’ll also be sponsoring a featured speaking presentation!
What Can You Expect From Digital Dealer 26?
There are over 50 different automotive/digital-specific trade shows throughout the year. That type of variety is great, but it doesn’t allow for much content focus, especially for digital marketing. At Digital Dealer 26, the sessions promise to promote digital marketing and advertising at the dealership, with a special focus on mobile optimization. Read the rest of this entry >>