The New Big 3: Instagram, Foursquare, Pinterest

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Social media trends shift so fast, most dealerships cant keep up, but you dont have that problem. Well cut away the hype and get right to the core of applying surging social media to your dealerships digital marketing. Beginners and experts alike can benefit from this clarification of these three social services, by getting a basic blueprint of how they fit your business. Too important to ignore and too complex to research, these new big 3 social media sites have enticed and confounded dealerships. Our KPA Internet Marketing expertise gives you an intensive look at how they work best in the auto industry. Pinterest, Instagram, FoursquareThe New Big 3 and Your Dealership avoids abstracts by sticking to proven techniques and sound automotive-marketing strategies. Learn about The Importance of Syncing, a tactic critical to social success with Pinterest, and understand why The Visual Web means you tune out from Instagram at your peril. You can count on this hour-long webinar to clue you in, keep your strategy current and command Pinterest, Instagram, and Foursquare to the fullest.

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  • 1. The New Big 3: Instagram, Foursquare, PinterestMatthew C. FunkSocial Media MarketerSeptember 6, 2012

2. The New Big 3: Instagram, Foursquare, PinterestMatthew C. FunkSocial Media MarketerSeptember 6, 2012 3. TK Carsites Social NetworksChat with us during the Webinar on Facebook and Twitter!Facebook.com/TKCarsites@TKCarsitesincCopyright 2011 TK Carsites, Inc. All rights reserved. 4. Whats A Big Three? Popular Relevant StrategicDoesnt replace the current big three:Facebook, Twitter, G+ 5. The New Big Three 6. Bringing the Big 3 to Your Dealership What? Why? Who? How? When? 7. Instagram What? Social Photos withFilters Why? Internet = VisualMedium Who? You + 1 How? Impulse When? Now 8. Instagram: What Photo Sharing Used on Mobile Linked to Facebook, Twitter,Pinterest Uses filters, locations, hashtags All at no cost 9. Instagram: Why Internet is visual Personal touch Ease of use 10. Instagram: Who Select yourself or a rep Appoint a rep in Sales Car lover, pref. volunteer Take the 10 to educate them Test run, then floor it 11. Instagram: How1. Download fromAppStore/Google Play2. Sync to Facebook, Twitter,Pinterest3. Pinstagram4. Snap shots5. Hashtag and location 12. Instagram: When Now Operate on Impulse Quantity, Not Quality Shows personality andpride in product Purpose is brandrelevance 13. Foursquare: What Mobile Check-in Location Based Linked to OpenMapGraph Incentive Driven Additional Marketing Cost 14. Foursquare: Why Mobile Check-ins onthe Rise Youre a Place Strategic Synergy:Getting them in theDealership 15. Foursquare: Who You and Marketing Get Service Involved Best Rep for Feedback Take the 10 to educate them Explore Commercial Partnerships Shout it from the Rooftops 16. Foursquare: How1. Download fromAppStore/Google Play2. Claim Your Business3. Establish Specials4. Link with Dashboard5. Involve Existing Marketing 17. Foursquare: When 1 Month Prior Event Operate with Planning 1 Hour Per Week Another Marketing Outlet Purpose Boosts Strategy 18. Pinterest: What Social Photo Pinboard Visual Sharing Linked to iPhone Online Browsing No Additional Cost 19. Pinterest: Why Increasing Popularity Online Showroom Consumer Affinity Capturing Buzz Ahead of the Game 20. Pinterest: Who You and Marketing Get Sales Involved Best Car Aficionado Take the 10 to educate them Feeds to Facebook, Twitter Plan Around Releases, Events 21. Pinterest: How1. Download fromAppStore/Google Play2. Set Model Boards3. Sync to Social4. Schedule Time to Play5. Allot Additional Marketing 22. Pinterest: When Soon Use Additional Planning 1 Hour Per Week Prime Marketing Outlet Stay Atop Metrics 23. Useful LinksInstagram:http://instagram.com/http://help.instagram.com/customer/portal/topics/43527-tips-tricksFoursquare:https://foursquare.com/business/merchants/claiminghttp://www.poweroffoursquare.com/Pinterest:http://pinterest.com/http://www.adweek.com/news/technology/brands-pinning-it-pinterest-138405