As the President of AdAgencyOnline, L.L.C. and the host of a blog talk radio station on automotive advertising - WAAOL, All Automotive Advertising All The Time - I have had the opportunity to review many inventory based automotive advertising websites. I can honestly say that none of them provide the added values to consumers, auto dealers and automotive advertising agencies that are offered on EveryCarListed.Com
Their free “For Sale By Owner” listings for consumers and their free “Bronze” package for auto dealers to post their inventory on EveryCarListed.Com
has provided a transparency in product and price that is very competitive on the World Wide Web. Every car for sale by private sellers and auto dealers can be seen and compared on one site with no sales pressure. The ability to comparison shop every make and model imagineable in the convenience of your home, office or even on your PDA or cell phone with the pending addition of their mobile site - EveryCarListed.Miobi - provides an online shopping experience that is not available in the “real world” and is difficult to find on the virtual one.
If you are an auto dealer or an automotive advertising agency you may want to go to www.blogtalkradio.com/adagencyonline
and listen to an interview that I conducted with the COO of EveryCarListed.Com, Dale Boone, and the CEO, Darrell Campbell. I was amazed at the clarity of their business model and the leveraged resources that they are bringing to their site.
If you are a customer looking to sell your car, buy a car or just trying to learn the value of your car in case you want to trade it in, you couldn’t find an easier “one stop site” to do it with. In today’s troubled economy everyone is looking to get more for less. EveryCarListed.Com
has provided an even playing field for consumers and car dealers to meet - for free - with no obligation other than to learn what it would take to sell your car and buy another one. If the deal works for one side of the table it must work for the other and at EveryCarListed.Com
they are both represented equally.
Posted by: Philip Zelinger, President of AdAgencyOnline.Net