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Social Makeover: Your New LinkedIn Profile

Talk about a makeover! In the past month, LinkedIn has released many updates to the user experience and to the look of the platform. Change can be difficult to adjust to, so we broke down the five biggest updates to your LinkedIn profile and what you can do to adapt to those changes. We also included screenshots of the profile of our National Sales Manager, John Ryneska, so that you can visualize what an optimized profile looks like!... Continue Reading

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5 Ways You Can Stop Bothering Your LinkedIn Connections

5-ways-to-stop-bothering-your-connections-1With so many social platforms to choose from, people value LinkedIn for maintaining a professionalism other social channels often lack. With this reputation, LinkedIn requires specific best practices for users that don’t always align with other social platforms. So, if you’ve been treating LinkedIn like every other social platform, it’s time to adapt your LinkedIn usage using our tips, and ensure you’re not alienating prospects or future employers. ... Continue Reading

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Kickstart Your Commercial Dealership’s Social Pages With Our Content Suggestions!

Do you want to be more active on your dealership’s social pages, but don’t know what to post? Lucky for you, we’ve come up with a lot of suggestions for posts that will help you engage with your followers on social media. We brainstormed and outlined post examples specific to different departments at your dealership, including your parts department, your front desk team, and your sales department. In our guide, you will also find tips to enhancing your social page’s presence without even having to post. Check out these tips by clicking the button below and let us know what you think!... Continue Reading

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Recent Feature: Big Iron Dealer

If you missed our talk at AED Summit last month, you can catch up on what we disscussed in this recent feature on Big Iron Dealer where they recount our tips on social media for your industry. We pride ourselves on not only being industry experts in the realm of social media, but also for providing a social media management service exclusively for the commercial industry! Connect with us at marketing@commercialwebservices.com for more information on what this offering looks like. And check out the article below to see what we suggest you do on these platforms!... Continue Reading

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The Anatomy of a Successful Website

Wonder what pieces of the “website puzzle” really matter? We’re going to dive into the must-haves of a business website so you don’t miss a crucial page or feature! ... Continue Reading

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New Year, Social Trendspotting in 2017

With social media changing so rapidly, it’s always important to stay on top of social trends. But which ones should you pay the most attention to? We have done the hard work for you and compiled a list of the 5 social media trends to watch out for in the New Year!... Continue Reading

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New Year, Social Media Makeover

It seems like everyone is talking about resolutions right now. There are many articles out there on how to better yourself for the New Year, but instead of focusing on personal resolutions, we want to help you set resolutions that will help your business achieve social media success in 2017.... Continue Reading

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The Social Buzz: Facebook Marketplace

If you are using Facebook’s mobile app you might have noticed a change at the bottom of your screen recently! What used to be Facebook’s messenger icon has now transformed into a little window with a scalloped awning. At the beginning of October, Facebook rolled out a new feature on their mobile app called Marketplace. Marketplace will allow mobile Facebook users to access their local buyers and sellers market the same way they would on Craigslist or eBay. Similar to Craigslist, buyers are able to communicate with sellers but cannot make e-commerce transactions on this platform. ... Continue Reading

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