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A New Age for Marketing

The convergence of the real and digital worlds is upon us, and marketers are scrambling to capitalize. Learn how some dealers are making sure auto retailers don’t miss out.

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Chrome Systems Launches Expanded Image Gallery for Auto Retail Websites

Chrome Systems Inc., a subsidiary of DealerTrack Holdings Inc., announced the availability of its newly expanded Image Gallery solution, a library of vehicle photographs for enhancing vehicle descriptions and creating online presentations.

AutoONE Media Launches Social Media Content Solution

AutoONE Media has launched DealerPRO Social, an auto retailer marketing tool that creates content on social media sites to keep the dealership visible online.

DealerRater Launches Employee Review Feature

DealerRater’s Certified Dealer Program includes a new feature that will enable dealers to showcase their top-reviewed employees and their associated review counts.

vAuto Integrates Further with Manheim and

The inventory management solution announced that wholesale price indicator Manheim Market Report (MMR) and wholesale vehicle marketplace have integrated within vAuto. Licenses Online Car Shopping Tools to Enhance Dealer Websites

The online vehicle shopping portal is now licensing Web tools for new, used and mobile shopping.

The Blogger

By day, Wally Higginbotham is a general manager. By night, he’s a blogger whose posts have attracted more than a half million views and several new customers. Can a blog do the same for your dealership?

Reynolds Launches New Live Chat System for Dealer Websites

Reynolds and Reynolds today launched Click-Chat-Buy, a new, live chat system that Reynolds developed to work in concert with car dealer Websites developed by Reynolds Web Solutions.

Dealer Impact Systems Tool Tracks Website Visitors in Real Time

Dealer Impact Systems has launched Onsite Track, a real-time monitoring console that works on any Website from any provider and makes it possible for dealerships to track the potential buyers viewing their websites.

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Internet Drives Down Lot Visits Among Used-Car Shoppers, J.D. Power Reports

After remaining stable during the last four years, the percentage of used-vehicle buyers who use the Internet in their shopping process has increased to 68 percent in 2010 — a five percentage point increase from 2009, according to J.D. Power and Associates.