Should It Stay or Should It Go? A Guide to What Goes On Your Mobile Site

Should It Stay or Should It Go? A Guide to Mobile Site Optimization

5 Things That Don’t Go On Your Mobile Site (and 5 Things that Do)

If you’ve been living under a rock, then you might not know that people are starting to use their mobile devices for browsing websites more than they use their desktops. That’s right, all that information and data, shrunk down onto a tiny phone or tablet screen. But mobile and desktop platforms aren’t interchangeable, and there are certain site elements that convert well on desktop, but not on mobile. In fact, there are things you should probably never put on your mobile site. Lucky for you, that’s what this post is all about! […]

By |February 21st, 2017|Education (Best Practices), Mobile|0 Comments

Facebook Wants Your Site to Be Mobile-Friendly


If you pay attention to the world of technology and digital marketing, you’d know that anytime an internet giant like Facebook, Twitter, Google, etc talks about updating their platform, people take notice. Last week, Facebook said via its Business News Page that they will start to “prioritize” […]

By |September 6th, 2016|Education (Best Practices), Mobile|0 Comments

DealerOn Event Series: Golf, Google, and Cocktails


The DealerOn Event Series kicked off its inaugural outing, Tuesday, July 26 at Topgolf Loudoun. We didn’t know what to expect as we starting planning for this content-rich, day-long event, but based on the over 85 attendees, we’d say it was a rousing success.


An awesome mobile experience is a MUST


Your dealership absolutely HAS to have an awesome mobile experience to succeed in today’s mobile-first world. In this week’s Wednesday Workshop video, Shaun shares some important stats about mobile usage and explains why it’s absolutely vital that your dealership’s mobile experience is fast and simple.


By |June 15th, 2016|Car Dealership Websites, Mobile, Video|0 Comments

Brotherly Love? A Candid Digital Marketing Conversation With Google and Facebook


Go ahead and mark your calendars now and we’ll tell you why below.

May 3-4, 2016. Cherry Hill, NJ.

Taking the stage to close out day one of Digital Dealer Workshop Northeast, are three industry giants, dropping all sorts of automotive knowledge. Peter Leto from Google, Trace Przybylowicz from Facebook and of course, DealerOn’s very own, Shaun Raines will sit down with moderator Scott Empringham from Flash Point Communications to have a candid conversation about digital marketing and the auto industry.

Rarely do these powerhouses share the same stage, so it’s not something you want to miss. Need a few more reasons to believe this will be worth the trip? Deal.


By |April 18th, 2016|DealerOn, Events, Mobile, Search Engine Marketing (PPC)|0 Comments