Later this year GForces celebrates its 15th birthday. It’s gone in a flash for us, but it’s a period that has seen massive change in the industry in which we operate.
Posts Tagged Automotive
Across our mixed and varied client base, generating results through the intelligent application of digital marketing is a priority. Nissan’s retailer websites are no exception and a dedicated team works full-time to develop and hone
It’s been announced this week that new car registrations increased by 10.8% in 2013. According to the figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), 2,264,737 cars were registered in December, marking
Earlier this week over 400 professionals from the UK automotive industry descended on the Brewery in Central London for the annual Car Dealer Ewards and Used Car Awards ceremony, and the evening proved
Preparing those in education for their progression into employment is vital as businesses increasingly look to those with a greater understanding of, or experience within industry when appointing new staff. GForces has a long
Google’s power and influence should never be underestimated. Globally, the search engine dominates the market and took a massive 65.5% of all searches in December 2012 (SearchEngineLand.com). In the UK its influence is even greater
Digital has changed the purchase path for auto shoppers. As pre-market, in-market, and post-market phases have evolved into a cycle of constant consideration, brand loyalty can be won or lost at any point. This infographic
I’m an old duffer! In a real world sense I’d be considered middle aged, but working for a company at the cutting edge of digital marketing and innovation we attract a great deal of creative,
GForces Sales Director, Jamie Dixon is set to speak at the third annual FLA Used Car Seminar in Milton Keynes on the 10th July. This year’s one-day event
Check out our latest product video for NetDirector Service Booking. For more information on our Service Booking software click here.
Last Thursday saw many dealers and suppliers gather for the annual AM Franchised Dealer Conference . This year focused on people, process and performance, the three key areas that will keep businesses
Tim Smith spoke at the Ford Dealer Profitability and Technology Conference at the Henry Ford College in Loughborough yesterday. He was amongst other speaking suppliers including Google, Grant Thornton
So who deserves a follow or like? First of all, the brand has to be interesting and popular – it is unlikely that I would follow a company that I have never heard of, or
Recently I booked some flights on easyJet and noted how simple the process was compared to booking a service online...
An Automotive Brand Performance Assessment in Social Media 2011 - infographic