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Dean Evans Joins Auto Dealer Traffic’s Board of Advisors

Columbus, OH — Auto Dealer Traffic, Inc. announced today that automotive industry consultant Dean Evans has accepted a position on its Board of Advisors. Effective immediately Evans’ will lend his extensive marketing expertise to the company’s internet and search engine marketing growth strategies. Evans’ most recent position was head of marketing at Dealix Corporation.

“Auto Dealer Traffic’s proprietary software and search engine marketing strategies are among the most effective in the industry, and I am honored to join its Board of Advisors at a very exciting time for the company,” said Evans.

“We are excited to have Dean Evans on our team. His experience and enthusiasm will be valued in upcoming months as we announce some exciting new products and initiatives,” said Todd Swickard, President and CEO of Auto Dealer Traffic.

Auto Dealer Traffic drives traffic directly to web sites of automotive dealers through a combination of search engine optimization, pay-per-click and local search campaigns. The company has specialized in developing effective search marketing strategies for six years. Auto Dealer Traffic is a Google certified company as well as a certified partner of both Yahoo! and MSN.

About Auto Dealer Traffic Inc: 
Auto Dealer Traffic, Inc. is an internet and search engine marketing company headquartered in Columbus, Ohio.  Auto Dealer Traffic specializes in routing automotive consumer traffic to web sites and has been an industry leader since 2001. It is a Google certified company, as well as being certified partners of Yahoo! and MSN. Auto Dealer Traffic’s proprietary software and SEM strategies are the most effective methods available for increasing traffic to web sites and generating more leads.  



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