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AutoBase Customers to Gain Access to Flick Fusion's Video Marketing Platform

December 19, 2016

URBANDALE, Iowa — Flick Fusion has partnered with AutoBase to allow users of the company's inventory merchandising solutions to create and distribute inventory videos, personalized walk around videos, dealership value proposition videos, customer testimonial videos and more.

"The quality of a dealership’s online merchandising is more important now than it has ever been, and AutoBase does a great job providing dealerships with the tools needed to merchandise inventory across the Internet," said Tim James, COO of Flick Fusion. "The Smart Flicks platform gives AutoBase customers a turnkey solution that maximizes the effectiveness of their websites and other online marketing strategies."

Through Flick Fusion’s video marketing platform, any videos that marketing representatives capture through their mobile devices or cameras are uploaded to the company’s Smart Flicks platform.

From there, the Smart Flicks platform completes the post-production work and distributes the videos to dealerships’ websites, third-party inventory sites, social media channels and more. The platform also automatically adds custom branding, promotional offers and banners, certifications and Carfax details to completed videos.

"in the last year, we have received many requests for video solutions from our dealers," said Steve Johnston, CEO of AutoBase. "The Smart Flicks platform automates much of the video production and distribution process, as well as strategies that target and engage car shoppers throughout the entire buying cycle. Relevant messaging is key to attractiving buyers at the right time and Flick Fusion simplifies the entire process while making it affordable for auto dealers."

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