I have a question that’s been bugging me for awhile. I’m not even sure if this is possible or even worth the efforts. On my dealer website, www.tysinger.com
, when you do a search pre-owned inventory and specifically click on a pre-owned car and view the source for that page I see no meta tags and/or meta names for that specific vehicle. I don’t have much knowledge of this but I would think that the search engines pick those meta tags and names up and would greatly affect the organic search. Correct me if I’m thinking wrong but for example, if I were a consumer and I was interested in a Pre-Owned 2006 Mercedes-Benz C C230 and I lived in Virginia Beach, I would type in “2006 Mercedes-Benz C230”. In real world I would like my specific inventory page
to fall in the organic listings and preferably on the first page so that when you click on the search result it takes you directly to that specific 2007 C230 page
in my dealer website. Well I have tried this numerous times, on different computers, different locations in the area and don’t see any of my dealer specific inventory pages on that particular C230
pop up. I use Auction123.com for my photos. They build all my Pre-Owned inventory pages and frame them into my dealer website. They also provide a feed to all my third party inventory classified sites. Maybe it’s Auction123 and their inability to do this, I don’t know. My new car inventory is posted by Homenet. I chose to use Auction123 because I have not seen anyone in my area that takes better photos then my rep. I do however have the ability to use Homenet for this service and still keep my rep. from Auction123 as the photographer. Am I missing something here? I welcome your thoughts and/or comments.