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“The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the necessary may speak.” - Hans Hofmann When it comes to creating content, writers seem to often be on the fence. Some profess the importance of lengthy, detailed articles as the way to draw more readers. There are some studies who have found some truth to this frame of thinking, as analytics directly from Google has supported this argument in the past. On the other hand, there...

With a business of your own to run and lead, it is often difficult to find the time necessary in order to create solid content for your clients and business. There are simply too few hours in the day to get everything accomplished that you feel needs to be accomplished, or so it feels like. This is a stress that is all too common for myself as well, but it is all something that we will...

The new year has arrived. As such, with January and February comes a prosperous, if not chaotic time for the automotive industry: tax season. Yes, tax season is a time in which there will be an influx of consumers with a newfound down payment. Tax season is a rush for dealerships across the nation. The hours are long. Salespeople are running around the lot all day long, and, love it or hate it, you will make...

We live in a digital world, point blank. I, being born in the early 1990’s, can hardly recall my pre-digital life. I reminisce with nostalgia upon the days where I had to dial up on AOL so that I could check and see if I had any juicy emails or instant messages from my BFF’s. Now, I avoid my personal email like my aunt Jody’s fruit cake on Christmas Eve. I boldly venture into my email...

Why your lack of knowledge sets you up for failure! I see article after article talking about how automotive SEO vendors are screwing dealerships. I also see tons of articles on how not to get "screwed" and the right questions to ask. The problem I see with these articles are that they are extremely basic. It could be because the authors have minimal knowledge on the subject or because they are trying to cover their butts in some...

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