Dominion Marine Media rolls out new inventory feature

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Dominion Marine Media, the division of Dominion Enterprises that operates YachtWorld, Boat Trader and boats.com, launched an enhanced data distribution solution for marine brokers and dealers through BoatWizard and BoatsCentral.

The new software enables brokers and dealers to automatically distribute their inventory to multiple websites, including Facebook, Craigslist and eBay, directly from their BoatWizard and BoatsCentral accounts.

“Ensuring that data arrives in the right place, time and format is essential in the rapidly changing online advertising marketplace,” Dominion Marine Media general manager Ian Atkins said in a statement. “The enhanced distribution to such sites as Craigslist and Facebook makes for a powerful integration with BoatWizard and BoatsCentral.”

Brokers or dealers who sign up for the data distribution software also will receive an exclusive e-seminar that offers expert advice about how to optimize their listings and make the most of their online exposure. The software is available by contacting a representative from YachtWorld, Boat Trader or boats.com.

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