Crawley, East Sussex (PRWEB UK) 30 April 2014
Launched with the aim of putting those looking at used cars for sale in touch with second-hand dealerships in their area, the website has proven its trustworthiness with both motorists and car dealers and advertises vehicles from all the largest UK dealership groups, including Cambria, Cargiant, Stoneacre, Listers, Lookers, Perrys and Arnold Clark.
Since the site went live in March 2013, it has seen an average growth rate of 10,000 cars per month, and now has more than 100,000 unique monthly visitors, with more than one million car searches every month.
“People want to be able to search quickly and easily for their perfect vehicle, and that’s something we’ve worked really hard to achieve,” said a company spokesman for Cardeck. “Feedback from our customers indicates that the popularity of our website can be credited to an easy to use design and search filters with a focus on finding cars. We have a strict, no third party irrelevant advertising policy, which also contributes to our appeal, as clean, clutter-free pages make for a simpler searching experience. We’re constantly looking for ways to improve, though, and are working on a number of new features for the site, such as dealership ratings, free advertising for private sellers and car reviews.”
Benefits for used car dealerships include analytics and stock performance reports, unlimited photographs of every car advertised and branded dealer pages, with new dealers even being eligible for a free 30 day trial.
Cardeck.co.uk believes strongly in working with others within the motoring industry and maintains a presence across various social media platforms, like a motoring blog at cardeck.co.uk/motoring which in itself receives a respectable 15,000 views each month.
Notes to editors:
Cardeck.co.uk is an all-in-one motoring portal that helps thousands of people across the United Kingdom to buy and sell used cars online. The website was launched in March 2013 and by October 2013 it had become the sixth largest car buying site by stock volume, with aims to compete against the biggest name in the industry, such as Autotrader, Parkers and Pistonheads.