Digital Air Strike Launches First Google+ Business Pages for Automotive Dealerships
Scottsdale, AZ (November 14, 2011)—Coinciding with Google’s announcement of the availability of Google+ to brands and businesses, Digital Air Strike is pleased to announce that they launched the first Google+ Pages for automotive dealerships within 24 hours of the announcement. Digital Air Strike also added “+1” functionality to their social media toolbars that reside on dealership websites. Digital Air Strike is one of the leading social media and reputation management companies and helps hundreds of car dealerships connect with prospects and customers through engaging online content.
Digital Air Strike has created Google+ business pages with digital asset integration and is leveraging followers on multiple sites to help accelerate Google+ fan growth, all at no additional cost to Digital Air Strike clients.
“Our dealership relies on Digital Air Strike to help us stay ahead of the curve and their fast response to Google’s announcement exemplifies how quickly they can move to give our business an online advantage,” said Brad Mugg, General Manager of Norm Reeves Honda Superstore in Cerritos, California and the #1 California Honda dealer for the past 21 years*. “The social media landscape changes frequently and every business can benefit from working with a partner like Digital Air Strike.”
“Google’s latest foray into social media is its most ambitious to date and we are excited to add it to our extensive social media platform,” said Alexi Venneri, COO of Digital Air Strike. “With Google+, Google builds on its existing portfolio of online tools while adding powerful social media functionality that will most certainly have an impact on search engine results.”
It is expected that Google will continue to make enhancements to the functionality of their Google+ business pages and Digital Air Strike is committed to staying at the forefront of the industry by continuing to provide updates on platform changes, best practices and expanded support as changes and updates occur.
*American Honda Motor Co. 2010 data.