New AutoSpies.com Puts Web Users in the Editorial Driver Seat

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AutoSpies.com announced today that it has acquired AutoCast Technology, a new web-based information ranking service.

AutoSpies.com announced today that it has acquired AutoCast Technology, a new web-based information ranking service.

AutoCast Technology allows web users to read, review, post and rate popular automotive articles on AutoSpies.com, the leading insider automotive news website. The acquired technology brings together a social network of users that share an interest in the auto industry. When users find an automotive article online, they may post the article onto AutoSpies.com. Other users may provide their own comment reviews about the article and give the article a “Boosted” ranking. Articles that generate frequent “Boosted” votes will be priority positioned on the AutoSpies.com homepage. Users may also receive keyword alert emails to let them know that an article of their interest has been posted on AutoSpies.com.

“We’re delighted to be the first major auto site to offer these advanced capabilities to automotive enthusiasts around the world” said AutoSpies.com Founder Donald Buffamanti.

“AutoCast Technology puts users in the editorial driver seat. Instead of sifting through multiple websites to gather comprehensive information, users can visit AutoSpies.com and quickly find the best articles for their desired information,” noted Chip Grueter, creator of AutoCast Technology and founder of DealerRater.com.

AutoSpies.com users can post automotive news, stories, photos, videos, reviews or opinions for an audience of millions of readers. AutoSpies.com will be giving away monthly prizes to contributors for the best stories and photographs.

AutoSpies.com ranks first among auto industry users. With the addition of the AutoCast Technology, AutoSpies.com has completed a full site upgrade by reformatting the design with an easier user layout and eye-catching graphics. The website features auto industry breaking news, price deals, industry trends, new car reports, auto show photo galleries, dealership reviews, classified ads, and a weekly newsletter.

AutoSpies.com was created in 2001 and is managed by Donald Buffamanti (Agent001). Thousands of automotive tipsters pass on photos and confidential insider intelligence daily from the automotive world to AutoSpies.com. AutoSpies also attends dozens of major auto shows and press events throughout the year to obtain up-to-the-minute automotive industry information on all levels of cars, trucks, SUVs and accessories.

To learn more about AutoSpies.com contact Donald Buffamanti at donald @ autospies.com or visit http://www.AutoSpies.com.

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