Our Priorities in 2020 So Far
We were having fun on LinkedIn this week. Marketing guru/entrepreneur Larry Kim of chatbot company MobileMonkey posted a graph showing the relative importance of things in 2020.
During this coronavirus crisis, we’ll take any opportunity to have a little fun!
Unfortunately, in our opinion, Larry (and Dave at Accidental Fire, where the graph originated) got it wrong!
The original graph showed a steep decline in the importance of “Car” through April.
Well, in the automotive aftermarket industry, that’s just not right. We have our own priorities: our cars, our trucks, our Jeeps, our motorcycles, our boats, all that essential stuff.
We reposted our new version of the graph on LinkedIn.
For reference, here’s the original graph posted by Dave on Accidental Fire‘s website:
How about you? Are your practicing social distancing in your garage? Leave your comments below.
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What data are you using to back up the statistical increase in the 2020 Relative Importance chart for autos and is this based on automotive aftermarket parts sales during the shut-in and shelter-in-place mandates?
Hi Mike thanks for stopping by our site! We’ve done extensive analysis on the correlation working on our car to shaving (r2 = -0.8542) and wearing sweatpants (r2 = 0.7958).
Or something like that.
Thanks for citing credit, appreciated!