Autoshopper.com Announces Expansion of Publishing Representation Offering, Thanks to a New Agreement With Internet Brands for 2012.

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Autoshopper.com is significantly expanding its publishing representation offering, thanks to a new agreement for 2012 with Internet Brands, a leading provider of lead solutions for auto shoppers. This agreement brings more value and investment to the Autoshopper.com site, and will broadcast quality listings to a national audience.

Autoshopper.com is pleased to announce that it is significantly expanding its publishing representation offering, thanks to a new agreement for 2012 with Internet Brands, a leading provider of lead solutions for auto shoppers.

This agreement brings the more value and investment to the autoshopper.com site, and will broadcast quality listings to a national audience. Consumers and Auto dealers will have a synergistic initiatives with both companies working together, Autoshopper.com has been recognized for its use of dealer-oriented architecture (DOA), mastering inventory management, social sales, dealer websites, blogs and real-time mobile app inventory up loader

About Autoshopper.com
Autoshopper.com has a 34 year rich history in print and web media and is the parent company to many valued businesses, providing technology, and Web Solutions, including Autoshopper Magazine and Autoshopper.com website, which is an online site with over one million vehicles and at least 12,000 auto dealers. They have best in class print publications and web sites for consumers. By catering to consumer needs it allows them control of their shopping and buying experience.

About Internet Brands
Internet Brands' strong success has been more than a decade in the making. Internet Brands was founded in 1998 as CarsDirect.com. CarsDirect quickly gained popularity with consumers and advertisers, winning numerous industry awards, such as one of the "50 Best" websites in the world by Time Magazine, a "Top 100 Classic Website" by PC Magazine, and a "Top Site for Buying or Selling Anything" by PC World. In late 2010, Internet Brands was acquired by private equity firm Hellman & Friedman, creating a new partnership to support the company's continued success. Looking ahead, Internet Brands has the people and infrastructure in place to continue to significantly grow its audience, advertisers, and revenues.

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