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US Auto Industry Spending Heavily Online

Last updated 7 years ago

All car sales start at your website whether you know it or not.  Consumers are savvy nowadays and have been that way for quite some time.  When they are in the market for a car, they research brands, makes and models online, 3-6 months before they ever set foot on your lot or stroll through your physical showroom.  Online, they browse your virtual showroom, narrowing down their choices and moving them closer to the final decision to buy.

"Online, eMarketer estimates auto industry ad spending was up 13.9% in 2010 after a dramatic decline of 11.4% in 2009. This year, a 14% increase in US automotive online ad spending will push outlays to $3.24 billion. By 2015, the auto industry will be spending $5.8 billion online, eMarketer forecasts."

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