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Car dealers in Canada, have you heard of Dealer.com?



Yesterday, Cox Automotive Canada announced that Dealer.com, a digital marketing solution and partner for dealerships, will be available directly to Canadian dealerships through the Canadian Dealer.com team in February 2019.

Dealer.com is an American company which brings a full suite of digital marketing tools to OEMs to connect with dealers, coupled with direct consultation to make those tools work harder for their customers.



After 20 years in the U.S. market, and over 10 years of experience in Canada, Dealer.com is now offering its website and digital advertising solutions directly to Canadian dealers.

“With the Dealer.com premier website and digital marketing solution coming soon directly from our Canadian team, dealers will have exclusive access to new products and features previously unavailable in Canada,” said Cox Automotive Canada president, Maria Soklis. “The Dealer.com experience will be easier and more efficient than ever before with dedicated Canadian service, along with complete transparency of analytics, performance, and pricing.”

They offer diffident services for car dealers that vary from Advertising, website building, digital retailing, analytics and more.


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SOURCE: http://www.canadianautoworld.ca/dealer-news/cox-automotive-launches-dealer-com-in-canada 
https://www.coxautoinc.com/brands/dealer-com/


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