Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) Since last October, the market has facilitated the discovery, purchase and sale of a variety of local items, that it is doing well. of household items, electronic devices or clothing. Now Facebook is adding more options specifically for used car dealers in the United States to connect with local shoppers.
Facebook partners with auto dealerships to offer more options
According to the giant social networking site, Marketplace is expanding its popular inventory of used cars by partnering with leading auto industry companies. This would have helped both used car dealers and buyers in local areas to do more of these connections, and to easily deal with each other.
If your small business sells products or other items (including used cars) locally, you should have a Facebook presence to market your products, and an online inventory listed on the marketplace. Selling on the market is quite simple. Just take a picture of your item or add it from your film. Enter a product name, description and price. Confirm your position. Select a category and an article.
Anyone looking in your area can find your article and send you a message if he wants to buy it.
Facebook says the market will allow car buyers in the United States to:
- Browse car dealer inventory through new partnerships with Edmunds, Cars.com, Auction123, CDK Global and SOCIALDEALER
- Find what they 're looking for by visiting the Enhanced Vehicles section and filtering listings by year, make, model, mileage, type of vehicle and transmission.
- See Kelley Blue Book's Trusted Car Values
- Communicate directly with Dealer Representatives via Messenger, powered by chat providers such as ActivEngage, CarCode, Contact At Once !, and Gubagoo
"In addition to vehicles, we test features in other market categories such as job offers, event tickets, retail sales and rentals. homes to offer consumers more choice from Facebook Marketplace, Deborah Liu on the company's NewsRoom blog.
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