In order to encourage dealerships to utilise their Facebook Pages, Instagram accounts and sponsored ads, Facebook has announced that automatic listings via partners will cease as of 13th September 2021.
In a global-wide decision affecting all automotive listing partners, no further uploads will be automated through authorised 3rd parties.
Dealerships can still upload via their personal profiles as before or, as their business page (in certain regions only excluding the UK).
Another delivery day at AutoVici! If you advertise your vehicles on eBay Motors Group (eBay Motors / Gumtree / Motors.co.uk) then we’ve got good news for you!
The addition of these EMG feeds is part of an ongoing initiative to introduce more feeds saving our customers countless hours every week by replacing manual uploads.
We’re continuing to deliver on our initiative to introduce more stock feeds to AutoVici, this time with the eBay Motors Group. We’re excited to continue to make this available completely free of charge for existing EMG and Motors.co.uk customers.
If you advertise your vehicles on CarGurus and PistonHeads then we’ve got some good news for you.
We’re excited to share that these are two of the latest automated stock feeds that we are making available via our AutoVici vehicle publishing platform.
These feeds have been added as part of an ongoing initiative to increase the number of supported feeds that our customers market and advertise their used vehicles on.
We’re expanding our stock feed capabilities, starting with PistonHeads and CarGurus. We’re delighted to make this available to you completely free of charge. Keep your eyes peeled for even more integrations in the coming months!
Like all our feed integrations, we have made it super simple. Simply request access and we can do the rest. Your feed will be setup with 24 hours. Thereafter, you can simply select the ‘CarGurus / PistonHeads’ feed option when uploading your vehicles.
If you would like to hear more or even experience a demo, please feel free to get in touch with our friendly team. We’re here to help!
Today we have an exciting announcement to share with you in regard to some big changes happening here at Carlover – MyDealer is becoming AutoVici!
Like many businesses across Northern Ireland, COVID-19 presented many challenges for us. That said, we see ourselves at the forefront of agile business and software development, building automotive products that solve real-world problems for our customers no matter the circumstances.
The challenges of the pandemic alongside your ongoing feedback and changing market conditions drove us to re-assess and adjust our roadmap plans, all with the objective of providing you with an even better service.
After a huge effort from our team, we’re excited to announce that our latest release containing a suite of automated Facebook publishing features is finally here!
Time is scarce for most independent used car dealers. That’s why we have spent months carefully building a set of features to save you hours every single week by taking care of that manual, repetitive process of posting your vehicles to your Facebook Page.
We have released a number of features that help you automatically post to your page without any extra effort. It really is as easy as flicking a single switch and letting Carlover MyDealer do the rest.
Today marks an exciting day for all Carlover MyDealer customers. Our much-anticipated automated social media publisher for Facebook is set to be released on Monday 28th September 2020.
We’ve been working hard building and testing this latest feature based on feedback and steer from you, our customers.
We understand the immense value that a Facebook presence can bring to a used car dealership. We also understand how time-consuming it can be to manage all of your profiles while still running every aspect of your dealership.
It’s great to see dealerships back up and running in Northern Ireland. This announcement comes from John Loughrey on COVID-19, getting back to business again and how we’re continuing to help our customers.
We are all feeling a bit uncertain at the minute and wondering what the used car market is going to do over the coming weeks and months. I attended a few webinars over the past week and can say the feeling I got from these were positive.