Sarasota, FLA – Dealers United, the first service to truly leverage the buying power of privately-owned dealerships, today announced the first “vendor deal” selected by their member group: Search Engine Optimization. Dealers United invites all interested SEO vendors to join the selection process by completing the survey here: http://dealersunited.com/
The member-based service, launched in October of last year and free for dealers to join, will vet, interview, investigate and select the top SEO provider. The winning vendor will then be introduced to Dealer United’s member group, currently totaling twice as many rooftops as all of the publicly-traded MegaDealer Groups combined.
“This is a win-win opportunity for our dealer members and the selected vendor,” said Jesse Biter, co-Founder of Dealers United. “The winning vendor will receive exposure for their offering to thousands of dealers, while our members will get the service, should they choose to purchase it, at a substantial discount.”
While SEO is the first category selected, future categories, introduced monthly, will include internet-based marketing services, social media tools and even Customer Relationship Management systems. Members are able to select which offering best fits their needs and are never required to buy into a deal.
“If you have yet to check out Dealers United, there’s no time like the present,” said Matt Buchanan, co-founder of Dealers United and Dealer Principal of Sarasota Ford. “Our first SEO deal comes out in March and that’s just the beginning for our dealer members. We have some great offers coming in future months.”
To become a member of Dealers United, please visit: http://DealersUnited.com. If you are an SEO vendor and are interested in being considered for the first deal, complete our survey here: http://dealersunited.com/
About Dealers United:
Dealers United is the first service to truly leverage the buying power of privately-owned dealerships and private MegaDealers, compliment their business services through the vetting of vendors and act as a conduit for smaller stores to compete with conglomerates. As private dealerships die off in the face of dealer group take-overs, it’s imperative to bring members together to build strong relationships, negotiate terms and pricing with vendors on par with larger groups and stand united. For more information on Dealers United, please visit www.Dealers United.com.