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  • / Marketing

    Florida car wholesaler drives entire business to eBay Motors

    Century Motors of South Florida Inc., which averages 2 retail car sales per day on the eBay Motors section of eBay.com, has more than doubled its profit margin from its former traditional wholesale auction business, the company says.

    Posted 08/23/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Century Motors of South Florida Inc., which averages 2 retail car sales per day on the eBay Motors section of eBay.com, has more than doubled its profit margin from its former traditional wholesale auction business, the company says.
  • / Technology

    Volkswagen rolls out web-based dealer network

    Volkswagen of America has launched its first dealer in the new web-based Standards for Technology in Automotive Retail network, which is replacing a satellite network for connecting auto dealers, manufacturers and parts suppliers.

    Posted 03/01/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Volkswagen of America has launched its first dealer in the new web-based Standards for Technology in Automotive Retail network, which is replacing a satellite network for connecting auto dealers, manufacturers and parts suppliers.
  • / Marketing

    For classic cars, the web races ahead with FossilCars.com

    It may sound like a place for dinosaurs, but FossilCars.com is zooming along as a place to buy vintage motor vehicles, with first quarter car sales up 20% over last year, president and founder David Schon says.

    Posted 06/09/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    It may sound like a place for dinosaurs, but FossilCars.com is zooming along as a place to buy vintage motor vehicles, with first quarter car sales up 20% over last year, president and founder David Schon says.
  • GM goes the outsource route for dealers’ web sites

    General Motors has entered into an outsourcing arrangement with The Cobalt Group, an automotive retailing research, applications development and dealer web services company, to provide dealers with new web-based sales and marketing services.

    Posted 08/06/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    General Motors has entered into an outsourcing arrangement with The Cobalt Group, an automotive retailing research, applications development and dealer web services company, to provide dealers with new web-based sales and marketing services.
  • Mitsubishi drives its ad campaign entirely to the web

    Mitsubishi Motors was so pleased with the response it received from its first-ever combination TV and web advertising campaign during last year’s Super Bowl that the auto maker is staging an encore -- this time entirely on the Internet.

    Posted 08/05/2004Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Mitsubishi Motors was so pleased with the response it received from its first-ever combination TV and web advertising campaign during last year’s Super Bowl that the auto maker is staging an encore -- this time entirely on the Internet.
  • / E-Retailers

    Talbots posts a 35% spike in third quarter web sales

    Talbot’s third quarter e-commerce revenues increased 35% over the same quarter in 2004. In the third quarter, the web accounted for about 5.8% of total sales from 4.4% for Q3 2004.

    Posted 12/14/2005Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Talbot’s third quarter e-commerce revenues increased 35% over the same quarter in 2004. In the third quarter, the web accounted for about 5.8% of total sales from 4.4% for Q3 2004.
  • / Technology

    Chevy dealer builds national accessories market on the web

    No longer just relying on walk-in accessories customers, Milford, OH-based Mike Castrucci Chevrolet is selling through its new retail web site, TheGMMall.com, accessories for all GM vehicles to customers as far away as Maine and California.

    Posted 02/15/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    No longer just relying on walk-in accessories customers, Milford, OH-based Mike Castrucci Chevrolet is selling through its new retail web site, TheGMMall.com, accessories for all GM vehicles to customers as far away as Maine and California.
  • / E-Retailers

    Talbots puts J.Jill up on the sales block

    As part of its Q3 earnings, Talbots announced it will begin looking for buyers for J. Jill, which Talbots acquired in a $517 million deal in February 2006. Overall web sales for Talbots dropped by 13.4% in Q3 while total sales declined by 13.8%.

    Posted 11/06/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    As part of its Q3 earnings, Talbots announced it will begin looking for buyers for J. Jill, which Talbots acquired in a $517 million deal in February 2006. Overall web sales for Talbots dropped by 13.4% in Q3 while total sales declined by 13.8%.
  • Why Detroit is heading to the web

    The web takes the hassle out of buying a car—for the dealer and the consumer. “Internet sales are easier for us because the negotiations are straightforward,” says one dealer.

    Posted 08/30/2004Internet RetailerPost a comment

    The web takes the hassle out of buying a car—for the dealer and the consumer. “Internet sales are easier for us because the negotiations are straightforward,” says one dealer.
  • Small-town Chevy dealer revs up accessories sales with a web site

    A small-town Chevrolet dealer’s formula for growth on the web: Start with known local-store demand for auto accessories, add a great web address good not just for Chevy but all GM accessories, and launch the site on a platform that can scale up for growth.

    Posted 02/28/2005Internet RetailerPost a comment

    A small-town Chevrolet dealer’s formula for growth on the web: Start with known local-store demand for auto accessories, add a great web address good not just for Chevy but all GM accessories, and launch the site on a platform that can scale up for growth.

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