Truck and Trailer Dealers Exploding Sales With Internet Advertising

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Internet Truck and trailer dealers have a mechanism to advertise that provides an unprecedented opportunity to increase sales. The Internet can bring thousands of customers every day to a truck lot. Imagine the sales staff that would be required to cater to the needs of 3700 potential buyers every day. Across every major industry, the Internet accounts for a steadily increasing number of sales every year and the outlook for continued growth is incredibly good.

Trucker to Trucker is proud to announce that they have achieved another milestone in providing an outlet for the sale or purchase of trucks and trailers. On a single day last month more than 3,700 individuals visited the web-site seeking information on used trucks or trailers. Page views on the site average more than 50,000 per day which means that visitors are examining multiple offers and seeking the best value. Visitors don't arrive via chance. They are seeking information and are obviously interested in viewing the vehicles and equipment that are featured.

Jim McCormack, President of Trucker to Trucker, states that he and his staff have worked hard to insure that his web-site is user friendly for advertisers as well as customers and goes on to say that, "we strive to deliver the best that technology can offer coupled with commitment and dedication to our customers to insure that Trucker to Trucker continues to maintain our prominent position."

Sellers and buyers are provided with the opportunity to take advantage of the savings that the Internet offers. It is obvious to retailers and wholesalers that the Internet is where customers begin their buying experience. Everyone seeking to make a purchase utilizes the Internet to initiate their search for information.

A myriad of research reports show that sellers save money through Internet marketing and advertising and purchasers are able to reap that benefit. The Forrester Research Group reported that on-line sales are expected to grow by 19% through 2008. Interestingly, a Dieringer Research Group report stated that Internet generated marketing and advertising influenced 50% of the dollars spent off-line. There are numerous other research reports that confirm the findings that the Internet is an absolute must to communicate with potential customers. For advertisers, the cost of advertising at Trucker to Trucker surpasses the oft quoted phrase as competitive and reaches the level of ridiculously low. A visit to the web-site will reveal that truth.

The purpose of this press release is simple, Jim and his staff want to thank the many visitors as well as advertisers for making Trucker to Trucker the premier site for semi truck and trailer sales. Obviously, Trucker to Trucker wants to continue to provide a service that reaches as wide an audience as possible, so an invitation is extended to all those that wish to avail themselves of the opportunities that the Internet and Trucker to Trucker can provide.


Jim McCormack

Trucker To Trucker LLC



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