TK Carsites Wins 2010 Automotive Website Award (AWA) for Best Website Technology

PCG Digital Marketing selects TK Carsites to receive a 2010 Pinnacle Automotive Website Award in the Search Marketing category at the AWA breakfast ceremony in Las Vegas.

Irvine, CA (October 13, 2010) PCG Digital Marketing today announced that TK Carsites was chosen to receive a Pinnacle 2010 Automotive Website Award (AWA) for search marketing. The awards were presented to the leading automotive website companies at the AWA breakfast ceremony in Las Vegas. The awards ceremony preceded the official start of the 9th Annual Digital Dealer Conference and Exposition. TK Carsites was chosen to receive the Pinnacle award for search marketing.

The Pinnacle award is the highest recognition the AWA provides in the AWA Search Marketing category. The companies receiving this award have designed and delivered search-compliant websites that stood above their peers. Pinnacle Platform winners deliver outstanding digital marketing platforms for car dealers and show an unprecedented attention to detail in live production. These automotive platforms reached the pinnacle for scoring in our AWA benchmarks and live testing, which demonstrates that these companies practice what they preach.

TK Carsites is one of only two companies that received dual awards in 2009 and again in 2010. TK Carsites has won the 2010 AWA Pinnacle Platform Award for Search Marketing and also an AWA for Website Technology – Best Search Marketing Strategy. TK Carsites continues to “wow” the AWA review committee with their impressive organic search results, fueled by their Power of 5 Technology. With Google Page One results under attack from so many different parties, it is clear that TK Carsites has a unique answer for car dealers.

The 3rd annual Automotive Website Awards (AWA) were created by PCG Digital Marketing, recognized leaders in automotive digital marketing strategies. For 2010, PCG Digital Marketing recognized the industry’s best website platforms across three different categories: design, technology and search marketing.

The Automotive Website Awards seek to provide car dealers with an unbiased evaluation of automotive website platforms and integrated search marketing tools. The 2010 AWA study included a review of over 50 automotive website providers.

This year’s published study includes 160 pages of valuable information regarding automotive website platform choices, search marketing performance, design and technology. The report is the industry’s reference guide for the best in automotive website technology and design.

To download a full PDF version of the Automotive Website Awards study, please go to www.automotivewebsiteawards.com/2010-AWA-whitepaper.pdf .

About TK Carsites, Inc.
TK Carsites, Inc. is an Internet marketing company located in Irvine, CA. TK Carsites specializes in website design, automotive Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and social media for auto dealers in the United States and Canada. TK Carsites’ key Power Series products include the award-winning Power of 5 Websites, in addition to Power SEO and Power Social, both launched in 2010. For more information, call (800) 899-7791, or visit www.tkcarsites.com.

About Brian Pasch and PCG Digital Marketing
Brian Pasch, CEO, is a veteran marketing expert and a noted expert in the field of Automotive SEO and Automotive Digital Marketing. His career has spanned both management and technology roles. He continues to lead research into digital marketing platforms.

PCG continually tests new digital marketing strategies that can provide cost-effective channels for business advertising and lead generation. PCG works for and with an ever-growing number of auto dealers and dealer groups from all over the country to maximize results of their digital marketing efforts. For more information, visit www.automotivewebsiteawards.com.

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Carrie Hemphill
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Carrie.hemphill@pcgdigitalmarketing.com
732-450-8200
www.pcgdigitalmarketing.com

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+Erin Ryan is a writer for various Social Media & Tech blogs and currently works as the Director of Social Media for the Internet Marketing Company, Wikimotive. Erin has a keen understanding of the power of Social Media for business and fervently stays up-to-date. Creator and head editor of Socialeyezer She enjoys finding the latest in social media, tech and geek culture. Erin often expresses her thoughts and opinions on TheErinRyan. Connect through Erin Ryan's About.me Profile

13 thoughts on “TK Carsites Wins 2010 Automotive Website Award (AWA) for Best Website Technology

  1. Wow. A very interesting article and a fascinating award system. Not only does it generate the drive for company’s to achieve the award status, but it causes them to adapt so that they comply with certain requirements with each award (e.g. organic search results).
    I am curious how much of an impact this is actually having, whether company’s are taking notice or ignoring it in favour of other methods.

  2. Have worked with several automotive dealer website companies over the last 5 years and these guys are the absolute worst. Pathetic SEO on the sites, simple changes take days, if not weeks. Unfriendly corporate feel when you talk to someone there. I would suggest staying away from TK and go with one of the better automotive website companies out there. Whoever wrote this must have been given some type of monetary consideration. These guys are now very poor at doing what they claim they do.

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