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Can Social Media Sell Cars?
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Mitchel Waugh,
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6/17/2014 | 6:48:31 AM
Yes, Social media can.
As Mr. Benstock said, yes social media has great impact on selling of cars. Now-a-days, most of the people are using social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, some image sharing sites like Pinterest, some video sharing sites like Youtube etc. So, when they come to know about a new model or a new vehicle available in the market, they are getting knowledge about the same by visiting the social media account of the particular car or vehicle and if they get any reviews or images about the same they start sharing and posting about it. By this, most of the people come to know about a particular car and start pursuing for it. I think social media has positive impact and can increase the rate of sell of cars. Along with knowing about cars we have to know about what are the technologies used inside it and what thing our car does need. When I was repairing my car in Carmine's Import Service a finest repair center in Greensboro, there I come to know about a term called Revo Tuning. After that I have discussed about the same with the engineers available there about the same and also read their pages and blogs regarding Revo Tuning. After that I come to know its importance. So, there are some important terms available that we have to know for our vehicle but, we are unaware of the same. To cope with this we have to stay updated.


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