Carseek.com Stays on Top of the Latest Developments in Automotive News
January 08, 2008 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsJanuary 8, 2008 - With gasoline prices on the rise, government enacting new emissions regulations, and alternative fuel technology emerging daily, car owners can rely on the services of Carseek.com for comprehensive, reliable data. Based in San Jose, California, the site’s writers provide readers with updated news briefs each business day rounding out a compliment of in-depth car reviews and well-researched vehicle-related articles.
Sifting through the latest developments in top stories from carmaker’s quarterly new car prices and sales figures to industry predictions and previews of the latest concept vehicles, Carseek’s staff of writers and researchers prepare succinct summaries in an easily digestible form. In recent weeks news brief have covered the in-progress sale of Ford’s Jaguar and Land Rover brands to India’s Tata Motors as well as Nissan’s quirky decision to include an in-dash microwave in its latest mini van concept.
“Things are changing rapidly in the world of car design,” said Wes Mayder, CEO and President of Carseek.com. "We’re seeing a shift in the exclusive carmaker club to make room for Chinese vehicles. Ford has fallen to number three in domestic sales. Alternative fuels are the buzz of the day. We have new government-enacted fuel standards effecting what’s offered and what’s under the hood. It can get really confusing really fast.”
At Carseek.com readers will find crisp news bulletins packaged in under 250 words that concisely summarize key news stories of the day. The intent is to provide visitors with useful information in a readily accessible form. “It’s kind of a ‘just the facts’ approach,” said Mayder. “Our society is flooded with information. Our news bites get people the necessary data on the latest stories and then we’ll come back and cover big topics in greater depth in our library.”
Using this distilled approach to information allows Carseek readers to stay on top of developing stories knowing they can come back to the site at their leisure to browse vehicle reviews and search the library for a deeper look at a topic of interest. “We’re proud of our articles section,” said Mayder. “The pieces are well-researched and cover topics like understanding alternative fuels, getting the right car insurance and conserving gasoline. At $3 a gallon, who doesn’t want to do that?”
News items on the Carseek.com site are prominently posted on the front page and updated during each business day. Vehicle reviews are posted according to manufacturer and the site’s informative library can be found in the “Articles” section. The editors invite your questions, comments, and ideas. Send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carseek.com, based in San Jose, California, works with a nationwide clientele. Since its launch in 2005, Carseek has processed more than 200,000 new car dealer purchases. With an expanding database of news, articles, and more than 350 extensive car reviews, the site is a “one stop shop” for auto enthusiasts and new car buyers.
Wes Mayder, CEO and President
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