Your inventory is the reason you’ve got your dealer website, so we’ve created inventory listing pages that are easier to search, more intuitive to interact with, and convert more leads. Let’s face it: customers come to your site to see what you’ve got, and PowerSites’ Inventory List Pages make it easy to quickly find whatever they’re looking for.
Advanced Search Architecture
Every listing page features built in user-friendly advanced search architecture that allows customers to search and filter your inventory by up to 11 different criteria such as make, model, price, and year. Filters can be added or removed with a single click, ensuring that customers can quickly find what they’re looking for. Customers can even type in keywords to search for an exact vehicle.
SEO Optimized URLs
PowerSites have all of the important SEO building blocks built right in to the site, so you don’t have to worry about what works or what doesn’t. Each vehicle details page features all of the important vehicle information built right in to the URL of the page, including year, make, model, body style, city, state, and zip code.
Custom Vehicle Descriptions
Sure, we’ve got VIN-decoded equipment and options – but potential customers really care most about your custom vehicle description. AutoRevo makes it easy to enter custom descriptions by letting you save a custom description so you can re-use it on other vehicles. Our system also allows you to create separate descriptions for your dealer website, eBay motors listing, and classified listings, so you don’t have to worry about crafting that perfect description that works on every site.
Inventory Listing Pages – Key Features
- SEO optimized URLs
- Advanced search architecture
- Filter inventory by over 11 criteria
- Google-style keyword search
- CARFAX integration and display
- Large vehicle photos
- Unlimited vehicle photos
- Custom vehicle pricing labels
- Retail value display
- Custom Specials icons
- Featured inventory icons
- Integrated video link
- Integrated photo link
- Listing Page “Make an Offer” button