Boomja Network Drives Local Organic Search Results for Auto Advertisers in New York

The Boomja Network has expanded its operations to cover auto-related businesses throughout the New York area. Regional auto dealers, automotive service providers and auto parts sellers can now benefit from the Boomja Network's local organic search expertise to gain more hits from a wider range of local markets.

Nov 22 2013, 10:00am CST | by

Albany, NY, November 22, 2013 --( By using the Boomja website,, small businesses and major auto businesses alike can capture higher organic search results for specific keywords to connect with their customers.

How it Works
Boomja Network sells its expertise and services to help businesses promote themselves online by localizing effective keywords for their auto-related businesses. It gets clients better search results by advising them on the keywords that people are using to look for their products and services online. For instance, Chevrolet dealers in New York might benefit from keywords related to specific vehicles combined with many targeted New York neighborhoods, towns, cities and regions.

Local search marketing is one of the most targeted ways for advertisers to reach customers the way they actually search for products and services online,” said Buff Bowen, President of the Boomja Network, “Certain keywords are more effective than other keywords, and the providers of auto products and services using can improve online leads and traffic during even traditionally slower months.” “Customers rely more and more on the Internet to learn about and find local auto-related businesses such as used trucks dealers or commercial trucks parts manufacturers, and the Boomja Network enables businesses to take advantage of this growing market.”

Auto Sales Statistics in the U.S.
The U.S. Census Bureau, Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2012, Wholesale and Retail Trade reports 48,545,000 vehicles were sold in the U.S. in 2009. Of those, 10,550,000 were new vehicle sales, 2,503,000 were new vehicle leases, and 35,492,000 were used vehicle sales. This translates to a $274 billion market for new cars and a $301 billion market for used cars in the United States. The average new car cost $26,245 and the average used car cost $8,483. Used car sales include sales from independent dealers, franchised dealers and casual sales.

About The Boomja Network helps businesses overcome the barriers to advertising in local organic search results beyond their own locations. The Boomja Network’s authoritative business directories enable businesses to achieve high positions in search results in handfuls to thousands of targeted local markets. The proprietary technology provides search engines with highly relevant local citations that match the exact ways buyers search online for products and services in targeted locations. This process delivers buyers and traffic from local organic search results that are difficult to impossible for individual businesses or websites to achieve on their own.

Contact Information:
The Boomja Network
Buff Bowen
(203) 513-9338
Contact via Email

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