Cadillac Wins Big Game On, Marchex Studies Consumer-Dealer Interactions

Only half as many automotive  Super Bowl spots ran as normal, which is disappointing to those in the industry who appreciate the “over-the-top” creative that the platform commands. 

But the spots that ran were big on celebrities and emotions.

Cadillac saw a 194% spike in traffic on, according …

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  1. Jonathan May from HorseTV Global, February 9, 2021 at 3:39 p.m.

    Ohh please Tanya, how naive..."According to the study, consumers are looking to limit their time inside a dealership because of COVID-19..." WRONG.  I want to limit my time there becasue of the grind, the game playing, the deception.  NO ONE walks out of a dealership without them making money on you ten different ways.  All the happy people in their advertising, getting their car keys, took it in the shorts somewhere before signing the paperwork.  You know it, and I know it.  Customers are nothing but a piece of meat to be abused and schwantzed over as much as dealerships can get away with.  It's mental warfare and always has been.The showrooms are glitzier, the tactics haven't changed.  Who do you think pays for all the glitz, facilities and the "free" coffee?

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