What does the future look like for the automotive industry? What can auto shops expect, and what can they do for their marketing in the rest of 2020? Autoshop Solutions has identified some key trends and has actionable advice for automotive businesses. Our prediction: It’s time to shift into drive!
The Best Automotive Marketing Strategy in 2020 (So Far) 2020 has been a year of change, unlike what most of us imagined. While auto repair remains an essential service across the country, service providers are shifting gears and pivoting to provide continued convenience and service for vehicle owners. Now you need to do the same
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Cars still need repairs, and people are still looking for the services they need! Now is not the time to abandon your marketing strategy because people are still searching for your services.
As an essential business and a backbone in your local community, learn how to take charge of your marketing so that your customers know that you’re open and ready to help!
Facebook, Instagram, TikTok. All platforms that YOUR shop should be using to put your brand in front of new customers. Learn about why and how social media should be a vital part of your marketing strategy!
What can be done with search engine optimization while search is changing? The answer is simple: stay the course. Learn about the best practices to keep your SEO in tip-top shape!
How can you make the most of your marketing budget on paid search? Our experts have some key insight for auto shops. Learn about how you can keep your name in front of users using paid-search!
Short on time? Get a quick overview of the key advice Autoshop Solutions is offering during this time.
As a shop owner, you’re not only in the business of providing auto parts and labor for your customers – you’re also in the business of customer service. Depending on your location, there are likely several competing shops within a few miles of your own. Your customers already expect repair results, so your level of