Carsforsale.com Team Releases a New Website for Welterlen Motors
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Sioux Falls, SD (PRWEB) January 02, 2013
The team at Carsforsale.com is happy to announce the launch of Welterlen Motors's new website. The Welterlen Motors site can be accessed at http://www.welterlenmotors.com. A new dealer website, mobile site and dealer inventory listings on Carsforsale.com's inventory site allows Welterlen Motors shoppers to easily find their inventory.
Carsforsale.com's marketing solutions don't end there. Welterlen Motors will have access to tools for social media inventory integration through Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Dealerships also have access to ad template builders, search engine optimization, imports and exports of data, inventory management tools and more. The dealership inventory will also be posted on FreeClassifieds.com, as Carsforsale.com has secured an exclusive automotive listing partnership with the up and coming classified listing service.
Car buyers shop online, so Carsforsale.com offers their collection of tools and services to help develop Welterlen Motors's brand visibility, website traffic and advertising integration in order to build customer relationship and provide dealer leads.
"Dealer sales and website development are at the core of what we do at Carsforsale.com. We are excited to have Welterlen Motors partner with us," said Aaron Oestreich, Director of Dealer Development.
About Welterlen Motors:
Welterlen Motors is a Ford dealership in Edgewood, IA between Waterloo and Dubuque. The new site can be found at http://www.welterlenmotors.com/.
Carsforsale.com created in 1999 and headquartered in Sioux Falls, SD, is one of the fast growing and most popular auto classified websites. Carsforsale.com offers a fast and effective way to connect buyers with sellers of vehicles. Carsforsale.com reaches millions of unique visitors each month and is a privately held company.
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