Akins Parker

A Southern California advertising agency and creative services company, Akins Parker worked with Speedy Daddy Media on its Lexus, Scion and Toyota accounts prior to the automaker’s move to Texas.


From 2013 to 2016, Autobytel sourced vehicle previews, first-drives, reviews, photography, video, and general interest content from Speedy Daddy Media. See samples of our work for Autobytel.

Auto Trader

Until 2014, Speedy Daddy Media contributed a variety of automotive content to Auto Trader, including news, first-drives, reviews, photography, and product comparison articles. See samples of our work for Auto Trader.


During 2015, AutoWeb worked with Speedy Daddy Media to source a variety of content including car previews and reviews, comparison tests, photography, executive interviews, consumer advice, helpful lists, op-ed articles, and more. See samples of our work for AutoWeb.


CarGurus has sourced car reviews, photography, and video from Speedy Daddy Media since 2013, with an emphasis on the best-selling vehicles. See samples of our work for Car Gurus.

The Designory

An advertising and creative services firm located in Southern California, The Designory has worked with Speedy Daddy Media on its Subaru account.


Edmunds contracts with Speedy Daddy Media for editing assistance as the publisher manages through its annual glut of new-vehicle reviews for its vehicle detail pages. See a sample of what we edit for Edmunds.

J.D. Power

Global market research firm J.D. Power publishes content provided by Speedy Daddy Media. The content was ghostwritten until 2015, appearing on the J.D. Power Autos channel with the site editor’s byline. Today, the content carries both Liz Kim’s and Christian Wardlaw’s bylines on consumer-oriented news, vehicle previews and reviews, buying guides, feature articles, opinion pieces, and more. See samples of our work for J.D. Power Autos.

The New York Daily News

The New York Daily News contracted with Speedy Daddy Media to manage the business and editorial strategy for the Autos channel on the New York Daily News website. Christian Wardlaw served as the content strategist and editor of the site, remotely managing a team of six in the publisher’s New Jersey office. Liz Kim was a contributing writer. The contract ended at the end of 2018 when parent company Tribune Publishing elected to pursue a different strategy.


Speedy Daddy Media powered the Overstock Cars channel between 2013 and 2016, supplying a weekly feed of car previews, reviews, lists, and general interest articles. In 2016, Overstock took its Cars channel in a different direction, concluding the relationship.