Aster Cars

Asters cars were originally paying a considerable amount of money each a month to have their website hosted and they kept having issues with emails and they felt they were losing money by using their previous provider. The previous provider didn’t offer much help via their support line and just over the top jargon and din’t seem to care ( maybe they are too big too care ? )

Asters Cars approached me to help them move their website on to more reliable hosting but keeping the functionality they became custom to having. They also wanted to streamline the flow of the business because they sell their cars on eBay they wanted to remove the need of adding cars to eBay and then to their website.

They felt trapped because the service provider wasn’t being very helpful and kept using unnecessary jargon. I helped them through the transfer of their domain into their own account and took care transferring the website to my hosting.

I implemented the functionality of importing their cars from eBay motors so with a click of a button all of the description, important specs and images are imported at a click of a button. This allow them to only input the data once ( on eBay the biggest marketplace for them ) and then just log in into their admin area and press a button to import everything.

With the added functionality and reliable hosting there is money and time being saved by Aster Cars and I also did some basic SEO updating and they saw an increase of 50% in traffic to teh website.

Take a look and maybe buy a car or 2 and let me know if I can help you with your website.

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From The Client

I would just like to say a big thank you for all your hard work in setting us up with a new web page. I also appreciate the fact that with you now hosting and looking after the site we will save a considerable amount of money each month. We have found the site easy to use and with the upload facility, which we didn't have before makes the transfer of vehicles from Ebay Motors to our homepage quick and easy.
Once again thank you.

Mike Ley