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Automotive Advertising Experts - Review of NADA , Dealer.Com and ronsmap

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SPECIAL TIME; 10:00 AM to 10:30 AM EST: Talk directly with decision makers in the automotive advertising industry. Today's show will review selected automotive advertising vendors that exhibited at The National Automobile Dealers Association Convention in Orlando Florida. Special Guest - Mike DeCecco, Dir. Industry Relations for Dealer.com. Philip and Mike will discuss the used car marketing tools introduced by Dealer.Com at the convention as well as their expanding video solutions including their new blog video solution. This week's show will review the automotive advertising best practices and new technologies that Dealer.Com introduced at the NADA Convention as well as those offerd by the other preferred automotive advertising vendors featured on http://AdAgencyOnline.Net. Philip Zelinger will also introduce some new vendor clients including ronsmap.com, http://DealerMouth.com and http://GetAutoAppraise.Com to his affiliated automotive advertising agencies. http://ronsmap.com is a new online car selling and buying portal for both consumers and dealers. What makes it game changing is new technology that provides dealers with unprecedented levels of sales intelligence on consumer leads, and enables them to promote and engage via social networks, something that to date, they have not been able to leverage. ronsmap was designed to drive better returns for dealers dealing with increasingly diminishing online ROI. Your host, Philip Zelinger, was a General Manager and auto dealer principal for 25+ years before founding AdAgencyOnline.Net. His network of affiliated automotive advertising agencies and auto industry vendors represent cutting edge automotive advertising technologies that blur the line between the real and the virtual showrooms of today and tomorrow!

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