The integration will allow renters to find the right housing with more options. Additionally, renters can inquire about available Rental Beast listings on Marketplace by clicking the "contact" button on the listing.
Sales figures are increasing and sales during June seem like they'll by up 2.5% from the same point in time last year. The car market is doing its best to stick around. But expensive pickup trucks, SUVs and crossovers still are all the rage, says Cars.com CFO Becky Sheehan, who stopped by to talk to us recently. Clearly the tariff threats remain at center stage because a trade war involving autos would be devastating to sales volume in the United States and other key markets. Just recently, Germany's Daimler said it cut its 2018 profit forecast, because of worries that the tariffs on
Facebook is expanding its ads for auto dealers to help them read more prospective customers looking for vehicles. The social media giant has also built a new lead generation feature into the product for further aid. Facebook launched its dynamic ads for auto dealers back in November of 2017, giving companies the ability to connect with and reach potential car buyers like never before. Now Facebook has introduced dynamic ads for lead generation that enable companies to use their catalog of vehicles to increase the relevance of their ads. The call to action on the ads encourages interested parties to complete a lead-gen
Thailand automotive brands are starting to shift from product-based marketing strategies to the more modernized digitized world that resides on consumer's mobile devices. The automotive industry has embraced that consumer journeys are no longer linear, adjusting their digital marketing strategies to benefit from the 318-billion-baht opportunity that channel represents in the country, said Facebook Thailand. "Automakers are starting to put personalized mobile experiences at the core of their advertising. With 51 million Thais on Facebook each month, it serves as a discovery platform for Thais to find information," said John Wagner, managing director of Facebook Thailand. Brands are shifting from
A leading provider of dealer communication solutions, Gubagoo Inc. has recently announced that dealerships in both Canada and the United Kingdom now have access to Gubagoo to sell their pre-owned vehicles on Facebook Marketplace. With this new solution, Gubagoo can list dealerships' vehicle inventory on Marketplace and integrate with Messenger to manage interactions with interested buyers. Previously, Gubagoo announced Facebook Marketplace support for US dealerships, which has since realized significant dealer adoption. "We were impressed by how quickly Gubagoo got us up and running on Facebook Marketplace," said Todd Chaney, Sales Manager, Mann Chrysler Dodge Jeep of Richmond. "In the first three months
GForces has partnered with Motors.co.uk to aid in connecting used car dealers with customers on Facebook Marketplace. The goal is to achieve this with an enhanced customer reach. In a “UK first” dealers will be able to sell used vehicles through the social media’s Marketplace platform, a destination to discover, buy and sell items. As this new experience rolls out over the coming weeks, car buyers in the UK will be able to: Browse used car inventory on Marketplace from local auto dealers through listing partners Motors.co.uk and GForces Use Messenger to communicate instantly with dealerships and find out more
The new tool Facebook Jobs is potentially on the way to becoming another half-made tool of Zuckerberg's that only ends up with lackluster results. Facebook, with Mark Zuckerberg at the helm, has spent years trying to turn its social network into the great beast of the internet. It is true that in many ways it has achieved, starting with the number of users (now stands at about 2,167 million), but much of the population has started to flee, especially those under 25. And that is a problem. To try to turn the tables, the latest idea of the company has