DealersLink Now Offering Website Services for Dealerships

DealersLink Now Offering Website Services for Dealerships

With 94 percent of car buyers researching online before making an auto purchase, having an attractive website is a must in order to get the dealership’s sales team more qualified leads so they can sell more units.

DealersLink has announced it is now offering website services for used-car dealerships across the United States. Dealers can attract more leads and convert more visitors via a responsive website that is viewable across desktop and mobile devices.

DealersLink’s new platform offers web-page templates that provide the fastest load times and best mobile experience in the automotive industry. With 94 percent of car buyers researching online before making an auto purchase, having an attractive website is a must in order to get the dealership’s sales team more qualified leads so they can sell more units.

DealersLink’s responsive website templates offer the following features:

  • Dealer branded
  • Responsive and fastest loading times for best user experience
  • Conversion-focused vehicle detail pages (VDPs) to convert more visitors into leads
  • Intelligent platform that works for all used-car dealerships

The dealership website templates feature pictures, videos, vehicle descriptions and lead forms, all designed for a simple and attractive user experience. This new website offering from DealersLink is ideal for dealers who want a simple, fast and competitively priced website that runs perfectly on all devices.

“When we rebuilt our platform from the ground up, we started with a mobile-first design of responsiveness because everyone knows most users are starting with smartphone searches first and then transitioning to the desktop when they are serious,” said DealersLink CEO Mike Goicoechea. “We built the stack on a future-proof cloud model to ensure that performance and scalability are a top priority.”

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