By: Press Release | Adicio
Carlsbad, CA (August 9, 2013) – Adicio, the leading provider of interactive classified advertising software for media companies, has signed agreements with seven major newspapers to power their online automotive marketplaces. Among the new automotive sites announced today are Albuquerque Journal, Arkansas Democrat, Eugene Register Guard, Galveston Daily News, Nation Media, Santa Rosa Press Democrat and Tampa Tribune.
Each site uses Adicio’s innovative online classified technology to help area auto dealers and car shoppers connect and features new and used inventories from local dealers as well as private party classified ads.
“There is a strong need in the market for digital, local auto marketplaces, with lots of consumer information and a strong database with local support,” said Rick Miller, CEO, Adicio. “Each of these sites creates a great way for local car buyers to connect with local sellers, providing the kind of consumer information and access that makes for a complete car shopping experience. We are glad to partner with media outlets across the country to serve their local automotive classifieds needs.”
Site visitors are able to search, build and compare prices and do research on vehicles, while dealers benefit from the exposure and leads. Sites are built with easy-to-use mobile access, so consumers can find cars in the local market on their mobile devices as well.
“Our sophisticated automotive platform allows car buyers and sellers to find each other quickly and easily,” said Rick Miller, CEO, Adicio. “Car buyers in Albuquerque, Arkansas, Eugene, Galveston, Santa Rosa, Tampa and Nairobi, Kenya can now research, build and compare vehicles with the touch of a button.”