CHICAGO, Dec. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- LotLinx, the industry's #1 Automotive AI, today announced a new integration to strengthen its powerful CX-AMP Vehicle Display Page offering, a vital tool for dealers to convert highly engaged mobile shoppers into sales leads. To emphasize the importance of mobile-friendly sites for its dealers, LotLinx is backing the Google-led AMP Project, an initiative built around the idea of speed being the key factor in a mobile-first world. Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) should be a cornerstone of every successful dealer's marketing strategy, as mobile is proving to be the number one source of clicks-to-contact on a dealer's website.
"Dealers who aren't leveraging chat-friendly, mobile-optimized VDPs are losing money, plain and simple," says Len Short, Founder of LotLinx. "Data shows that most people will abandon a VDP after just 3 seconds of load time, which is why LotLinx' CX-AMPs always load in less than 1.5s. CarNow will benefit from this smart and strategic integration, as our AMP project combines the power of AI with an optimized UX to create higher quality sales leads."
Dealers using LotLinx CX-AMP have noticed up to 5x more VDP conversions when tested against a control group. In an effort to further strengthen its high-conversion AMPs, LotLinx is teaming up with some of the industry's major leading Chat providers to improve the user experience for mobile shoppers. As a result, LotLinx is now fully integrated with CarNow, a next-gen digital communication platform for the automotive industry. CarNow, the first of many chat providers to come on board, works with leading US dealers to improve the way they communicate and transact with customers, allowing customers to seamlessly connect with dealerships via chat.
"Strong communication is the foundation of a successful dealership, and CarNow's platform was built to streamline the customer/dealer relationship," says Aaron Baldwin, Vice President of Business Development at CarNow. "This alliance with LotLinx is an important step in our company's evolution, and we're excited to work with them to drive higher conversions that translate into sales."
Leading up to NADA in March, LotLinx and CarNow will both be participants at the 2018 Automotive Engagement Conference (AEC), a national tour providing dealers with a "digital marketing playbook" to prepare for NADA and set them up for a lucrative year ahead. AEC's mission is to give dealers valuable consumer measurement and engagement tools that optimize website conversions and help them rethink their overall marketing strategies. The tour's first stop takes place January 24 at the Westin Hotel in Fort Lauderdale. To learn more about the event or purchase tickets visit www.pcgcompanies.com/aec
LotLinx is an award-winning Automotive AI company dedicated to empowering automotive dealers and the agencies that work with them, up to the OEM level. The LotLinx TURN platform can transform dealer results, dramatically increasing online engagement and net-new shoppers while eliminating digital advertising waste. Founded in 2012 and based in Chicago, LotLinx works with thousands of dealers including rooftops under the nation's Top 100 auto groups, as well as recently expanding into the Canadian market. For more visit www.lotlinx.com
CarNow is a leading provider of live customer engagement solutions for the Automotive industry. CarNow's live-assistance software platform revolutionizes the way dealers communicate and transact with online customers by integrating dealer data, industry data, and best-in-class technical integrations with elegant live-assisted workflows for digital retailing. Launching with its first customer in December 2014, CarNow has become one of the fastest growing technology providers in Automotive. Additional information on CarNow's products, features, and manufacturer certifications can be found at www.carnow.com.
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