Wednesday, 6 February 2013

Google Love Ford?

What is the most looking car manufactured in Google this year? 

It's Ford Motor Co, it's quite shocking.

Google has analyzed 1.2 billion search in 146 countries. There are 10 top brand which are Ford, Honda, Toyota, Lincoln, Dodge, Nissan, BMW, jeep, Chevrolet and Audi. Although a brand name have a high search rank in google, it doesn't have positive correlate with the sales number. In America, Ford which is lincoln is still difficult to sell.

The Vice Chairman from, Jeremy Anwyl said that people usually only looking for picture of cars in internet and not to buy a car. "The promotion activities can increase the traffic in Internet. Example for a new car, the huge insetive and news about a brand can increase the traffic"

In Germany, the most looking brand is Opel, then BMW, Audi, VW Mercedes, Renault, Porsche, Ford, Honda and Toyota. In Austria, BMW reached the top then VW, Audi, Mercedes, Ford, Mini, Oper. Porsche, Honda and Renault.
In Colombia, Chevrolet has set in the top list. Then it follow with Mini, Renault, Honda, Kia, Ford, Suzuki, Mazda, Hyundai and Nissan.
In Austrila, Toyota has reached the top, then Ford, Holden, Nissan, Honda, Mazda, BMW, Hyndai, Subaru and Suzuki.

About Ford Motor Company

Ford Motor Company is focused on creating a strong business that builds great products that contribute to a better world.

One Team, One Goal

One Team, People working together as a lean, global enterprise for automotive leadership, as measured by: Customer, Employee, Dealer, Investor, Supplier, union/council, and Community Satisfaction

One plan, Aggressively restructure to operate profitably at the the current demand and changing model mix. Accelerate development of new products our customer want and value. Finance our plan and improve our balance sheet. Work together effectively as one team.

One goal, an exciting viable Ford delivering profitable growth for all.

Our One Ford plan expands on the company’s four-point business strategy for achieving success globally. Learn more about the plan, spearheaded by President and CEO Alan Mulally.