Spork Studio with Jeep, camera, and lights

For the better part of two decades, you could boil all online marketing tips, advice, and best practices down to one mantra: Content is king. And as tired as this mantra is, it’s still absolutely correct in 2020. Content is the heart of the online experience. “Content is king,” now and forever. Content is the…

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marketing your site on forums and fan pages

The old-fashioned online forum is (surprisingly) popular with the automotive enthusiast community, even today. There are hundreds of automotive forums (big and small) devoted to specific vehicles, brands, or activities. There are also Facebook fan pages and groups devoted to specific models or vehicle interests. Below are some details about online communities that – when…

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Best Process for REdesigning an Ecommerce Site

Website redesigns can be perilous: Redesigning an old, out-of-date site is usually really smart, but sometimes old and out-of-date sites are surprisingly effective. Redesigns typically impact organic search traffic and rankings. Sometimes, the impact is positive. Sometimes it isn’t. Redesigns that don’t incorporate data and consumer research usually don’t work well. Many companies have experienced…

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Market performance parts with dyno tests

Does your company manufacturer performance products? Or maybe retail performance products? Either way, dyno testing is a relatively cheap and easy way to give your company a marketing boost. Consumers who are in the market for performance products are genuinely interested in seeing a dyno chart, dyno testing lends credibility to performance products, and dyno…

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seo-title-tags-guide

The HTML <title> tag is an important element of on-site search engine optimization (SEO). While a good title tag isn’t going to make your page #1 on Google all by itself, it can help boost rankings, search traffic, and even help with sales. Title tags can also be important for social media sharing, and can…

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speedometer to represent fast site

Racers love the expression “speed is life.” It’s a mantra – a simple phrase that reminds every driver that going faster is the key to success. And as it turns out, speed is life in both racing and ecommerce. A volume of data from well known marketing nerds like Neil Patel, website service providers like Cloudflare,…

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George M from Veriship

Etailers know that shipping charges are complicated and confusing. Between various fees and surcharges, it’s hard to know what shipping really costs on a per order basis without a lot of leg work. Very often, etailers just ignore the details and move on. Yet reviewing and reconciling the monthly carrier charges can be very good…

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When it comes to building an auto parts ecommerce website, there are quite a few platform options to choose from. We maintain a list of different platforms here, but you can basically divide all auto the platforms into three categories: Platforms purpose built for OEM parts and accessories Platforms purpose built for aftermarket parts and…

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Pinterest is the site with all the recipes and crafts, right? There’s no way we could sell parts and accessories there, right? While it’s definitely true that Pinterest is a site dominated by recipes, crafts, and fashion, it’s also a massive social network that can be a decent source of website traffic and sales. As…

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How to build a content hub

As a marketing agency, we generate a lot of content. Over the years, we’ve used various processes to manage the ideation, creation, review, and publication of all the content we generate. For a long time, we used GatherContent for this, but things changed with that tool recently and we had to either: Change all our…

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