Social Media

The Impact of Social

The rapid growth of the digital media world has kept L2TMedia on its toes over the last year. Now more than ever, we truly pride ourselves on staying ahead of the trends when it comes to Social Media Marketing. Most recently, our company has improved…

Automotive Social Media
Social Media Doesn’t Sell Cars

When evaluating marketing strategies for your business, the top priority is always ROI. Dealers want to know how their resources and money are helping them reach their overall goal – selling cars. The problem? Social media doesn’t help sell cars. Then again, neither do radio…

Webinar: How Social & Reviews Complete the SEO Puzzle

Join SEO Manager Nikki Paladino and Senior Social Media Specialist Danielle Naselli as they explain how you can connect with your customers using social media sites and encouraging reviews, all while boosting your website’s SEO value.   We will discuss the importance of using social…

Facebook Rolls Out A More Realistic View of Your Fans

Have you seen a decrease in your Facebook Business Page’s Likes? On Thursday March 12th, Facebook began removing memorialized and voluntarily deactivated accounts from Business Pages’ Like counts. When the announcement was first made, many users feared they would be losing friends or people that…

Could Google or Facebook Sway Elections?

It’s the final countdown for current Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel and his opponent Jesus “Chuy” Garcia, who will face off in a final mayoral election in early April. Every once in a while we like to take a break from our laser-like focus on the…

Applying Digital Marketing Strategies to Capture the Hispanic Auto Buyer

The Hispanic population continues to be a very attractive target segment for marketers and advertisers. There are many demographic and economic factors that justify why marketing efforts, resources and dollars should be allocated to capturing these consumers. According to the Association of Hispanic Advertising Agencies,…

The App is Dead! Long Live the App!

That’s right. You heard it here first (or second or third…it’s a pretty hot topic right now). The mobile app as we know it may be coming to an end. But, if you stop to think about it, it makes sense. As contextual app data…

10 Social Media Tips for 2013

Everyone and their mother (except my mother) are on social media today, and that makes it a great tool for you, the business owner. Using social media to get in touch with your customers is not the wave of the future anymore; it has become standard operating procedure. So as you start out 2013, I have 10 tips that could help you build a better social media presence.

Facebook Custom Audiences and Your Social Media Strategy

As you may have heard, Facebook recently unveiled a new way for businesses to reach the people they care about most – their current customers. Facebook Custom Audiences (aptly named) allows advertisers to match customer e-mail lists and phone numbers with Facebook’s vast user database. Once matched, ads can be created around these highly targeted segments and displayed exclusively to those Facebook users.

The Bad and the Ugly of Social Media

Many newcomers and self-proclaimed pros in the world of social media alike have fallen into similar get-rich-quick traps. As a firm believer that there is no substitute for hard work, I’ve listed a few of my favorite schemes and misconceptions – the BAD and the UGLY, if you will – of the industry.

L2T Summer Set Spotify Playlist

Summer 2012 is heating up with variety. At L2TMedia, we have got some jams going on and we want to share them with you. Listen to our playlist to see not only what gets us going in the morning, but what keeps us productive and groovy all day long!

Three Basic Rules for Your Dealership’s Facebook Presence

So, your dealership is on Facebook.  You’ve set it up as a Local Business, included Automotive as your category, and filled in every piece of information possible to ensure that customers can find everything they would ever need to know about you.

Great.  There’s just one thing – everyone else has done the same thing.

“Design L2T’s Facebook Photos” – We Have a Winner!

It’s an exciting day at L2T Media in more ways than one.  Firstly, it’s my day of the week to choose what music we listen to – always a treat.  Secondly, our internal “Design L2T’s Facebook Photos” contest has finally come to a close and we’re unveiling the winner

Rules of Engagement For Your Car Dealer’s Social Media

What’s the point of “Like”ing something, anyway? Gretchen lays out the perks of getting friendly with your car dealer on Facebook. From deals on oil changes to free iProducts… the time commitment is minimal and the rewards are endless.

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