Category Archives: Social media

What You Should Know About Dealers Marketing Green Machines

For OEMs, conversion companies, and infrastructure builders bringing electric vehicles, hybrids, and alternative fuel vehicles to market, there are a few things to know about auto dealers. Dealers are playing a critical role in making all of this come together, … Continue reading

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Jon LeSage’s green car newsletter – and why the name changed

I have a monthly newsletter on green cars and fuels that’s been going out since September of last year. I love doing it, and have learned a lot from the experience. This month, I’ve changed a few things. Here’s the … Continue reading

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Begrudgingly surrendering to eHarmony and other social media

At 48 years old, I belong to the “in between” generation – right after the Baby Boomers and right before Generation X. I have friends and family who are a few years older than me and in the Boomer category, … Continue reading

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Green car stories grabbing my attention while surfing waves of content

So do you get a ton of emails, e-newsletters, Google news searches, etc.? I do. I have to sift through tons of content and glean out what I believe to be worth writing about. Perhaps I’m a slow learner, and … Continue reading

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What the Earliest Early Adopters Think About the Mini E

While a few early adopters drove off dealer lots in late 2010 and early 2011 in what are considered the plug-in electric vehicle launch vessels, a handful of drivers already had been driving EVs for a year and a half. … Continue reading

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EV Shoppers Need Cool Marketing and Answers to Questions

If you’re in charge of marketing electric vehicles — whether it’s a cool one you and your buddies invented in your garage, or you’re one of the big name automakers — you’ve got a steep challenge to take on. The … Continue reading

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What JD Power Has to Say about Green Technologies

J.D. Power and Associates held a webinar teleconference yesterday, called The Green Automotive Webcast, with a trend report on green technologies in global auto markets, primarily in the US. Panelists, including one we’ve featured in a video – Manager of … Continue reading

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My apology to people leaving blog comments and being ignored

Being pretty new to the Green Machine Digest blog, I was wondering why I wasn’t getting any reader comments. I figured, well it’s new, and there’s 10 trillion pages for people to visit on the web, so that’s the way … Continue reading

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