Social media advertising is king for businesses looking to grow their presence – especially on Facebook.
There is no doubt that digital advertising it is here to stay. And while there are a plethora of options available to businesses, Google and Facebook have undeniably become two ubiquitous players in the digital landscape.
A “Psychology of Following” survey finds 31% of consumers across the U.S. and Europe said they have made a purchase based off of a social influencer post.
Mitchell 1 has wrapped up its summer “Thank You Thursdays” Facebook sweepstakes with six winners each receiving a $100 Visa gift card.
This summer, Mitchell 1 is bringing back its “Thank You Thursdays” Facebook sweepstakes.
The Hayden Automotive has launched its “Keepin’ It Cool” promotion for the chance to win prizes for giving testimonials.
Mitchell 1 is offering one winner an all-expense paid trip to attend the shop management training workshop in Scottsdale, Ariz., through its “Shift Into High Gear” sweepstakes, running now through March 14, 2017 on Facebook.
With over a billion people globally logging on to Facebook on a daily basis, it’s surprising that relatively few tire dealers give Facebook much consideration when it comes to their digital marketing. Today if you can identify a specific audience for your product or service, you can be sure that the audience is on Facebook.
Trico’s latest advertising campaign features a tie-in to college football. The campaign is designed to drive consumer demand for its wiper blade products through print, radio, online media and truckside advertising, Trico said. “The objective of our new fall campaign is to utilize a media mix to efficiently communicate the Trico brand message to a
In celebration of the holiday season’s unsung heroes, commercial drivers, Michelin North America is launching the #KeepThanksMoving social media campaign to thank those who spend countless hours on the road. “As you bustle from store to store and gather with family and friends, please take a minute this holiday season to think about the many