LotVantage announces eBay Classifieds as its newest posting portal!


Watch our quick video below to see how easy it really is.

LotVantage is proud to announce eBay Classifieds as its newest classified posting portal in the all-encompassing inventory marketing suite. eBay has created a FREE local online marketplace for dealers to market their vehicles. eBay Classifieds is an easy to use, clean and safe experience backed by eBay! eBay Motors has always been a great portal to let millions of buyers around the country see your listing, and now you can choose eBay Classifieds and focus your selling locally.

Why eBay Classifieds?

There are over 90,000 cars and vehicles listed on eBay Classifieds which means close to thirty cars for every county in the U.S. It attracts millions of unique visitors every month with hundreds of thousands of live listings to choose from. In addition, it has generated more than 1 billion page views since launching, which equates to over three for every person living in the U.S. Lastly, eBay Classifieds users post over 150,000 ads every month.

Did we mention it’s FREE?

LotVantage’s eBay Classifieds module comes with the following features:

Functionality features:

  • Quickly post 25 Free ads per day
  • Ads stay live for 60 days
  • Saved eBay Classifieds username and password
  • Manage your ads under our “Manage Ads” tab

Ad features:

  • Clean, easy to read vehicle information
  • Each ad links directly to your entire inventory
  • Ability for consumers to share vehicles via email, text, Facebook and Twitter
  • Easy 1 button click ability for consumer to print your ad! (great for those walk in customers)
  • Embedded calls-to-action to designed to generate and convert leads
    o Vehicle specific landing page URL (mobile and desktop)
    o Address with Map
    o Call tracking
    o Reply by email

A user-friendly website like eBay Classifieds makes consumers searching for inventory, simple. Are you ready to start listing your inventory with this new service? Click Here

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