Automotive industry web marketing leader eBizAutos achieves another first with one millionth vehicle listing on eBay Motors
Las Vegas, NV – Internet retail automotive marketing leader eBizAutos today announced it had recently surpassed its one millionth vehicle listing on eBay Motors.
“eBizAutos is the easiest and fastest way to professionally showcase your automobiles on eBay Motors. Our customers consistently compliment the layout and photo quality of our listings,” Tom Vergiver Internet Sales, AutoPlex, Richmond, Virginia.
The eBizAutos’ inventory marketing system for eBay Motors makes it easy for dealers to post and manage their online inventory throughout an auction’s lifespan. Dealers can schedule listings in seconds, re-list, revise or end live listings, research comparable listings and easily build eBay Motors "About Me" pages.
Other features of eBizAutos’ marketing system for eBay Motors include support for eBay Stores, fixed price listings, 21-day listings, Local Market, PayPal and bidder verification. Information for every eBay Motors lead is captured, stored and managed in eBizAutos Lead Manager.
“Six years of constant innovation have allowed us to create a powerful, easy-to-use interface to the eBay Motors marketplace,” said Sarah Mooneyhan, VP Marketing and one of the founders of eBizAutos. “Our web interface simplifies the process of listing a vehicle online with background automation and makes it easy for dealers to capitalize on the power of the eBay Motors marketplace.”
eBizAutos’ marketing system for eBay Motors is a key feature of the overall eBizAutos 4.0 online inventory marketing solution. A single, secure login gives dealers access to the tools needed to import and enhance vehicle data from any source, as well as to market inventory on their own web site and on more than 200 top automotive lead generation sites.
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