Hendrick Motorsports 25th Anniversary Chevrolet Camaro

October 28, 2009

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Introducing the Hendrick Motorsports 25th Anniversary Chevrolet Camaro

 


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Superior Chevrolet is excited to present this week’s Dream Car of the Week – the Hendrick Motorsports 25th Anniversary Camaro! The Hendrick Motorsports 25th Anniversary Camaro commemorates Hendrick Motorsports’ Silver Anniversary and includes upgrades such as:

PERFORMANCE DATA:

  • 582 BHP @ 6400 RPM
  • 546 lb. ft. @4000 RPM
  • 1/4 Mile in 11.9 @120 MPH
  • 0-60 MPH in 3.9 Seconds

  • TVS 2300 Supercharger System
  • High Flow Intake System
  • Low Restriction Exhaust System
  • Carbon Fiber Rear Difusser
  • Short-throw Shifter
  • Carbon Fiber Front Splitter
  • Hendrick/Callaway Nine Spoke Wheels
  • Hendrick & Callaway Badging
  • Carbon Fiber Rear Spoiler
  • Carbon Fiber Rocker Panels
  • “PowerWindow” Hood

This Camaro has 582 horsepower, can accelerate from 0-60 mph in 3.9 seconds, and can cover the quarter mile in 11.885 seconds @ 120.1 MPH on street tires!


MSRP: $76,181

http://www.autoweek.com/files/dreamcar/Hendrick25/

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Google share of search almost 77 percent of searches on the web.

October 27, 2009

Mike Stewart is the local Google Guru of Dallas

 

In my opinion this sort of  information deserves a post of its own. New statistics on Google’s share of search. Good SEO’s pay close attention to what is going on with the Search Engines as much as they focus on driving clicks and conversions to clients.

I was on top of things when the industry recognized the lift from image and video hosting sites and the effect on content distribution. I’m also paying close attention to mobile search, social media, and content distribution. This is much more complicated to follow than simple Interactive Directory marketing or PPC campaign advertising and marketing.

This is one of the reason’s why High Performing and passionate SEO’s enjoy working with clients that are open-minded and willing to work with creative thinkers vs your average web developer or publisher. If Google represents 77% of search, doesn’t it make sense to spend the majority of your internet advertising dollars (internet marketing budget) on Google? Many publishing companies force you to put money on networks they own vs going to the source of the traffic. I have not personally met a client that only focused on quality. Even quality leads do not result in sales. Clients need as many lead opportunities as possible in addition to quality leads (phone calls, orders, appointment requests).

According to iCrossing: Google’s Share Of Search Almost 77 Percent

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We received some interesting data from search agency iCrossing yesterday. The data show US search market share percentages and distribution quite different than the major traffic metrics firms. The company says its numbers are “based on a large representative sample of Fortune 1000 companies, across all major verticals,” which use its search tracking tools.

Accordingly the iCrossing data show US September natural search market share to be the following:

  • Google 76.7 percent
  • Bing (increasingly slightly from Aug to) 8.2 percent
  • Yahoo (decreasing to) 11.1 percent
  • AOL and Ask show “precipitous declines”

This is how iCrossing characterized the data in an email to me: “it represents actual traffic received from engines, as picked up by our own analytics tracking across enterprise level sites, as opposed to all traffic on the Web.”

Compare comScore data for September:

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Compare Hitwise:

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The Bing numbers are relatively close in the data above but iCrossing shows Yahoo with a significantly smaller share than either comScore or Hitwise. And while those services both seem to show a stable core of usage for Ask and AOL search, iCrossing reflects losses for those engines.

Here are some visual representations of the iCrossing numbers:

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Kaitlyn… which one of these cars is the fastest streetcar in Dallas? Who is the fastest SEO?

October 24, 2009

I love fast cars.

I love the GM LS1 Engine Series and Platform

I even started the Group on LinkedIn.com

Kaitlyn...which one is the fastest streetcar? C5Vette.Srt-8.o... on Twitpic

My wife was stoked the day she found out her 4 DOOR 425hp Charger SRT-8 was faster than my (Mother’s former) Magnetic Red Metallic 2004 Corvette C5. Still doesn’t come close to my 2000 Pontiac Trans Am WS6. It has run a best of 6.19 @ 110 in the 8th mile at Texas Raceway in Kennedale Tx on 680rwhp. It made a best of 730rwhp on 200 shot nitrous pills at Real Performance Motorsports in Lewisville Tx. ” DFW’s Fastest Late Model Speed Shop” on nitrous and 460rwhp with an all-motor tune.  I have had the car for about 3 years now. It is a blast to drive. I have been “optimizing” it as a true enthusiast.

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Engine Modifications:

408ci LQ9 (Escalade) LS1 Iron Block

4.00 Eagle Crankshaft

LS3 / L92 Heads

RPM Custom 236/248 Camshaft

GMPP Carb Intake modified by Aaron @ IntakeElbows.com

60lb per hr Fuel Injectors

NX Gemini Nitrous Plate (200-400hp)

Driveline:

TH400 A3 GM transmission

Vigilante 3600 stall Nitrous Converter

9 inch Moser (Ford) rearend w/ 3.89 gear (full spool)

Ratchet Shifter

I will be at Texas Raceway tomorrow for the Fall Cruise. See you there!

Updated videos from the cruise….

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Kaitlyn's favorite set of monkeybars. she is so cool. #COOLCH... on Twitpic

My Co-Pilots.....not the beer though. Go Texas Tech. Racing i... on Twitpic

Expert detail work by Cody in the Dallas Tx area... call 817-... on Twitpic

Anyone want to go for a quick little race? Outside watching k... on Twitpic

A friend of mine Jeff Swope and I came up with the branding for Webformance Inc.

A friend of mine Jeff Swope and I came up with the branding for Webformance Inc.