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Add Some Flair to your Video SEO…

Every Business Has a Unique Attribute to it, right?  Instead of making generic videos or spending tons of money on Videos for SEO that are HMM HMM BORRRRRING!!  Here is something NEW, FUN, ENGAGING, AND ALL ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS.

What do you offer that is unique?

Show People what YOUR BUSINESS is all about…

Here are some examples:

So How Does this work?

Submit the Following info..

  • COMPANY LOGO

  • COMPANY NAME, ADDRESS, AND PHONE

  • 70 WORDS YOU WANT THE VIDEO TO SAY

INTERESTED? 

PLEASE FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW AND WE WILL GIVE YOU A SHOUT.

7 health myths you learn when you are a kid

In today’s health-obsessed society, everyone seems to be sprouting aphorisms relating to health. We go through 7 of the most common health “facts” and why they’re actually myths:

THIS IS SO INTERESTING BECAUSE IT’S ALL THE THINGS YOU WERE TOLD WHEN YOU WERE A KID… ESPECIALLY #1

1. Sugar makes you hyper

The majority of studies done show sugar and hyperactivity have no connection. Double-blind studies have shown that children with different amounts of sugar in their diet do not behave differently. Even children who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder remain unaffected.

Interestingly, parents who were falsely told their children had ingested sugar believed the children to be more hyperactive. It would appear that this perception is from the parents’ mind.

2. Cracking your knuckles gives you arthritis

Knuckles cracking is the sound of bones moving apart, forming a gas bubble that is burst.Studies found no increase in hand arthritis for people who cracked their knuckles regularly. Arthritis is not caused by gas bubbles in joints, but many other causes–e.g. age, genetics, trauma.

That’s not to say cracking your knuckles is good for you–knuckle cracking is related to lower grip strength, tissue injuries and hand swelling.

3. You need 8 glasses of water a day

The origins of this myth is from a government study done in the 1940s, although it was misquoted. The study says that a human being needs 8 glasses of fluids from all sources–that is, including all the water in the foods we consume. Despite this, many organizations today still promote this mistaken medical myth.

Studies show that drinking increased amounts of water does not have any substantial health benefits–too much water can actually have unintended negative consequences!

4. Gum takes 7 years to be digested

This was the reason parents told children not to swallow their gum. Gum takes seven years to be digested, so if you swallow too much gum, it’ll stop your digestive systems. While it is true that gum cannot be digested by humans, it does not remain in our bodies. Gum does not stick to any of the digestive organs; it is simply passed through the human body.

5. Most body heat escapes from your head

This myth started from a military study done on heat loss. The study showed that when soldiers were standing in cold environments, the majority of heat escaped from their head. While their findings were true, the study neglected to mention that the soldiers were clothed everywhere except their heads. It is thus natural that the heat would be escaping from the one area not covered.

In reality, when you’re naked, you only lose about 10% of your body heat from your head. That is, after all, about approximately proportionate to your body size.

6. Teething causes a fever

Studies done have shown no correlation between teething and fever in babies. Teething does actually cause a slight elevation in body temperature, but not nearly at a fever level.

The origins of this myth may lie in the fact that infants are most susceptible to infections (such as the herpes virus) during their teething stage, which causes fevers.

7. Turkey makes you sleepy

The myth is that turkey contains tryptophan, which makes human beings sleepy. While turkey does contain that chemical, so do chickens and beef, in identical quantities.

A possible explanation for why turkey makes you sleepy is that turkey is most often consumed during a large Thanksgiving meal. Larger meals slows blood flow, which causes drowsiness.

Advertising for Car Dealerships : The old Way vs. the new Way

So Im driving on Bell rd the other day and there it was  A HUGE BALLOON GUY.  .. in front of a car dealership.  When I looked up to see what they were doing for social media, well, they didn’t exist.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Im still wondering what the ROI on this gigantic blow up man possibly is?

Follow the Leader Interview with Joe Castle

  Joe Castle, Founder & CEO of SOCIALDEALER was interviewed by Automotive Digest as part of their Follow the Leader Series

Joe Castle discussed SOCIALDEALER’s mission of leveraging Social Media to develop tools and provide innovative solutions to the automotive industry that promote the value of marketing brands and products.      Read the Interview

How your car dealership can make money using social media – SIMPLIFIED

Everytime I present social media to a car dealer (well most of the time), I am asked..”how will this make me money?”  Now, I understand that a car salesperson is good at selling cars.  It’s not their job to understand marketing.  It’s been a struggle just trying to help them understand just how social media can turn into profit.  So here it is…spelled out..in pictures.  Im always asked for a diagram.  So here’s my crazy diagram.

Hope it helps.

         CLICK HERE FOR THE  PDF VERSION

‘Yelp Reputation Management for Car Dealers; What Are Filtered Reviews?’

Automotive Reputation Management; How Yelp Review Filtering Works and Why it Effects Car Dealers. Yelp has come under criticism because of their “Filtered Review” process which takes certain reviews, mostly those from Yelp users who are not deemed trustworthy, and moves those reviews into a “Filtered Reviews” section, thus removing them from appearing on the dealer’s profile page… When this hap…

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