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One-on-one tutorials set for dealer conference

Boat Trader and boats.com said they will offer dealers one-on-one website tutorials.

Boat Trader and boats.com said they will offer dealers one-on-one website tutorials at the Dec. 5-8 Marine Dealer Conference & Expo in Orlando, Fla.

The companies said they will provide demos to show how they can help customers create a website that will increase conversion rates, boost overall traffic and maintain relevant, up-to-date content.

Members of Boat Trader and boats.com teams will host 30-minute consultations with dealers Dec. 6-8. During the consultations they also will answer questions about topics such as usability and search-engine optimization.

The consultations will be held at Booth 306 at the Orange County Convention Center. The companies encouraged MDCE attendees to sign up early for a time slot because space is limited.

“We’re committed to providing dealers with the best possible technology to help grow their business, and we are excited to share our newest product offering that puts dealers’ inventory in front of consumers across all devices,” Boat Trader brand manager Jessica Favaron said in a statement.

“Mobile has been a hot topic at MDCE over the past few years, and we are pleased to provide a website solution for the growing demand of mobile consumers.”

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