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Partnership to drive internet sales for dealers

Experian, the global information solutions company, has joined forces with eBay Motors to help dealers reach more buyers and sell more cars.

Motor retailers using Experian’s stock-to-internet marketing service, AutoLocate, will now be able to push their vehicle stock out to the 3.5 million people, thanks to the partnership with eBayMotors.co.uk.

Experian is one of the third party companies currently working with eBayMotors.co.uk in this way, giving motor retailers the opportunity to increase their online presence.

eBayMotors.co.uk joins 38 other online names, such as Yahoo!, WhatCar?, Parkers and Fish4Cars that use Experian’s AutoLocate service.

Emma Parfitt, trade manager at eBay Motors, said: “The partnership with Experian will enable us to significantly increase the number of high quality vehicles and dealerships that eBay Motors’ users can access. We are confident that Experian’s clients will be very pleased with the level of exposure and number of potential customers which this partnership will offer.”

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