Dealership Marketing

DealerOn – Car Dealer Website Services Profile and Dealer Reviews

Dealeron_logoDealerOn – Dealer Website Services and User Reviews

Website URL: www.dealeron.com

Location: Bethesda, MD

Phone: 1-800-381-6604

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Homepage Title Tag: “Automotive dealership website design for auto dealers. Increase car sales and web site leads through managed online advertising, SEM, SEO, PPC, and email marketing”

About: Since 2003, DealerOn, Inc. has been helping our customers gain the edge they need to drive success through online marketing channels. By leveraging DealerOn’s website design and hosting services, our suite of web tools and professional services, our customers produce higher online lead engagement and conversions. DealerOn was founded by auto industry veterans to provide expertise to automotive dealerships that empowers them to get closer to their customers by harnessing the Internet with the latest web technologies.

User Reviews: Do you have experience with DealerOn and their dealer website design services? If so, please share your comments and feedback about their services. Keep your comments professional!
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I agree with you Jeff,

I chose DealerOn at the beginning of 2006 for my last dealerships website: www.suzukiofelkhart.com. Their sites do a good job of converting traffic to leads and getting your dealership in the search results.

Like you, I felt the same way about the way Inventory is displayed. I hope to see an improvement at NADA this year... The SEO and Conversion makes up for it though. The guys at DealerOn were always really responsive to my wants and needs.
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    Eric
  • September 19, 2007
This company built their offering by posing as dealer clients to potential competitors and then reverse-engineered their business applications. Therefore it may suggest that there is a lack of true innovation and work ethic with this company. Food for thought.
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eric,

You didn't reveal yourself, but, it's clear that you speak from the victim's side of the argument.

Business history is littered with the early adoptors being copied by the new comers. Although there is a fine line beteen benchmarking & plagiarism, business is an adventure where Darwin's laws trump all others (the hungry eat the weak).

Your business needed the wisdom of a wize grey haired exec. to prepare everyone for the onslaught of copycats (and a method to slow them down).

As an example, I sit on an advisory panel for a start up with a brand new smoke cutting flashlight for firemen and police. It's really someting to see! I lobbied hard to keep manufacturing OUT of China and OUT of a single source here in the US.

Copycats are a way of life in ALL business.

Some more food for thought.
Joe

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    Elwood
  • February 1, 2008
Nice plug flashlight guy, my regards to Darwin.
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