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Drive Auto Parts Sales with Remarketing and Google Shopping

Free Webinar Presented by Google and Hedges & Company Sept. 20, 2017 Hedges & Company is holding an exclusive webinar in conjunction with Google. The webinar is designed specifically for OEM or aftermarket parts & accessories retailers selling parts online. It will also include new search trends and statistics from Google and from Hedges & Company. The free webinar will be held Wednesday, September 20, from 1:00pm to 2:00pm EST. “Nine out of 10 automotive parts and accessories buyers search online before buying, whether they end up buying online or locally,” said Jon Hedges, president of Hedges & Company....

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Paid Search vs SEO Case Study #2 for Auto Parts

Pay per click (PPC) vs automotive SEO is a marketing combination we monitor very closely. A common question in the auto parts industry is the PPC vs SEO debate and whether both types of online marketing are necessary, or and whether these efforts will detract from each other when used at the same time. (You can scroll down to see our conclusion at the bottom.) This blog post shows the results of a recent SEO vs PPC case study we did but first let’s revisit a study conducted by Google a few years ago. Paid Search vs SEO case...

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How Online Auto Parts Buyers Shop for Parts & Accessories

If you sell auto parts online, then your website needs to make a great first impression because online shoppers are fleeting. This is good information to keep in mind if you’re marketing your online parts store with an automotive paid search or SEO campaign. In a recent study published by Google, it was revealed that auto parts buyers visit a lot of sites, tend to not come back much, and make fairly quick decisions. Here are some highlights of the Google online shopping study. 3 out of 4 shoppers visit several auto parts sites before buying online Most auto parts...

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Google Auto Aftermarket SEO & PPC Predictions for 2014

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Here are our 5 Google automotive SEO and paid search predictions for 2014. Regular readers of this blog may be familiar with our previous Google predictions for the SEMA industry, which we’re proud to say, have mostly been on target. Prediction #1 for 2014: Automotive SEO and paid search continues to be a battle for real estate, not just position We made this prediction a year ago and it’s an even more important auto industry trend SEO efforts, or paid search (PPC) marketing. A few years ago automotive SEO and paid search was all about position—marketers wanted to be...

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Gift Ideas and Wish Lists: Tools to Increase Online Sales & Conversions This Holiday Season

Gift Ideas and Wish Lists: Tools to Increase Online Sales & Conversions This Holiday Season

If you sell auto parts online, you can increase online sales using website enhancements like gift idea suggestions and wish lists. Assuming you’re using search engine optimization (SEO) or pay per click (PPC) advertising, it’s a great way to maximize sales from the shoppers already on your website. These ideas will let you capture more auto parts and accessories buyers and keep them on your site. Read on for more ways to attract customers and make sure their experience on your website allows them to shop and spend painlessly. Selling in the automotive aftermarket during the holiday season isn’t...

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Why Long Tail Search Changed Automotive SEO and Paid Search Forever

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In SEO or automotive paid search, long tail keywords are the key to gaining more traffic and more sales. This has become even more important with Google’s new Hummingbird algorithm update, signaling huge new opportunity in search engine optimization. This is an important automotive aftermarket trend for 2013 and beyond, if you sell online. Auto SEO and long tail search keywords defined First, let’s define what long tail searches are and why they’re important for automotive SEO and paid search, especially in the aftermarket. Long tail keywords are phrases used in search using three or more words, such as...

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Top 6 Auto Aftermarket Trends Halfway Through 2013

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Automobile and truck sales are up this year, so here are the top six auto industry trends and aftermarket trends to watch based on vehicle registrations for the first half of 2013 compared to the same period in 2012. Total vehicle registrations are up +7.6% over last year, with 7,755,110 total new vehicles registered through June 2013. Here are the automotive trends that are really driving sales growth this year: Auto Industry Trend 1: Trucks and SUVs are hot. New car registrations are up 4.9% but light trucks and SUVs, like this Ford F-150 (right), are helping fuel the...

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