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AutoUpLinkUSA Offers Automated Ad Manager for Classified Listings

November 16, 2010

MINNEAPOLIS – AutoUpLinkUSA, a provider of online inventory listing and marketing solutions, has launched the Automated Ad Manager, a fully automated ad management solution that distributes used-vehicle advertising on free classified platforms like Craigslist.

The Automated Ad Manager automatically creates a Craigslist account, handles ad distribution, and monitors for price and content updates to dealership inventory.

The Automated Ad Manager handles the following functions:

Distribute to Multiple Classified Platforms: Manage ads on Craigslist, Backpage, Oodle, Vast, Local, Lycos, Google Base and others.

Automated Ad Management: Automatically create a template-based ad for each vehicle, distribute to multiple platforms, and monitor price and content updates made in the dealership management system. As DMS content changes, ads are updated and re-posted. System also automatically deletes ads for sold vehicles.

Fully Compliant Service: Automated Ad Manger is fully compliant with platform rules and only runs ads according to those rules. Helps to prevent ads from being flagged or "ghosted."

Price Override: Update a vehicle price on all platforms instantly without having to wait for feed updates or re-post ads.

Merchandising Keywords: Add keywords to differentiate individual vehicles. Use this system to add synonyms or other key vehicle features not included in the original data feed.

Custom Titles: Customize vehicle titles to help vehicles stand out.

Advanced Statistics: Reporting of click statistics detailing number of visits by vehicle, make, model and price.

Flagging and Ghosting Report: Find and update flagged or ghosted vehicles quickly. Be sure that all of your ads are working for you.

For more information, contact Skip Murphy at or call (866) 949-9754.

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