Commercial Truck Trader, the leading online classified marketplace for commercial vehicles, is excited to announce that Charles Bowles, Director of Strategic Initiatives, is partnering with the Used Truck Association to host a webinar titled “Digital Sales Best Practices,” which will be held on October 25th at 2:00pm EST. … More Commercial Truck Trader’s Charles Bowles to Host UTA Webinar
Our Key Support Team is more than just customer service; we are a team of dedicated, unique individuals with decades of combined experience and a vast knowledge of the commercial industry. We work tirelessly to establish a genuine relationships between Commercial Truck Trader and our dealers, demonstrating that we truly share a strong partnership with them. The Key Support Team is comprised of … More Meet the Key Support Team with Commercial Truck Trader
There are big things happening at Commercial Truck Trader!! With over 20 years of digital experience, we’ve certainly seen our fair share of change throughout the years, from regular website updates to a recent revitalization of our blog and social media accounts. And the growth keeps on going! There have been a number of very exciting events and upgrades for Commercial Truck Trader over the first half of 2018, so today … More Celebrating 6 Exciting Months: A Mid-Year Commercial Truck Trader Update
We’ve got some huge news to share: Commercial Truck Trader is launching new reporting tools for dealers who sell their commercial vehicles through CommercialTruckTrader.com!! This is a BIG DEAL. These reporting tools will provide dealers with a more advanced understanding of how buyers are interacting with their listings, how their inventory is performing, and how their inventory listings compare to competition in local and national markets, and more. … More New Reporting from Commercial Truck Trader is a BIG DEAL
There’s a reason Commercial Truck Trader is the leading online marketplace for buying and selling commercial vehicles. Well, actually, there are a few reasons. Today we’re going to talk about one that really excites our dealers: the opportunity to optimize their inventory listings so that they can more quickly and efficiently connect with the buyers who are most likely to be interested and make a purchase. … More 4 Tips for Optimizing Inventory Listings
To celebrate such a great year — and as an excuse to have another laugh at some hilarious images — we’re taking a look back at Our Top 10 Memes of 2017, as determined by how many likes they received from YOU, our Facebook followers!! Take a look, have a laugh, share the post, and leave a comment … More Commercial Truck Trader’s Top 10 Memes of 2017
Wow. It seems like just yesterday that we were wrapping up 2016, and now here we are marking the end of 2017!! It’s been a big year here on the Commercial Truck Trader blog — actually it’s been far-and-away our biggest year ever!! We went from writing just a few posts in 2016, to this year publishing a post every single week … More Commercial Truck Trader’s Top 5 Articles of 2017
Recently on the blog we’ve been talking about all the great reasons for listings to include upfit information, from Big Benefits for Buyers to Awesome Advantages for Dealers!! Among those dealer advantages are 44% more leads for dealers who include upfit details in their listings and 33% higher conversion rates for ads with upfit data!! Including upfit data on Commercial Truck Trader listings is easy for dealers to do … More Upfits Increase Leads!
Being green isn’t just about recycling, hemp lotion, and eating superfoods like kale- new technologies are making it easier to “Green Your Fleet.” The Association for the Work Truck Industry, NTEA, “expects that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will release Phase 2 of their final rule for medium- and … More Greening Your Fleet
In the May edition of their commercial truck Guidelines report, ATD/NADA Commercial Truck analysts looked at the state of the natural gas market. Although there are not many in supply since few are in demand, it is slowly developing in class 6-8 commercial trucks. Multiple observations illustrate the chicken-egg scenario for both buyers and consumers … More New Wave for Commercial Trucks?