What do you think about when you hear the phrase “online advertising” or “big data”? How about “social network”? Do visions of hoodie-wearing young entrepreneurs dance through your head? Each of these are massive parts of the startup tech sector. In 2012, online display advertising was $12 billion; big data has become the new hot sector for venture capital with over $5 billion of investments over the last five years; and Facebook has now passed 1 billion active monthly users. [keep reading]
There’s, believe it or not, a certain science to selling used cars that deals with algorithms and buying habits and types of analytical tools. When all is said and done, though, it comes down to this: when is the best time to sell and buy a used car? Obviously the answer is going to be different depending on which side of the equation you are on. [keep reading]
New York City, NY (December 10, 2012) – Mojo Motors, the used car website where shoppers Follow Cars to Save Money, announced the appointment of Kerily McEvoy as Vice President of Product. McEvoy joins Mojo Motors from Kelly Blue Book (KBB), where she was the Senior Director of Product responsible for KBB’s website.
As my long-time readers know, I’m always seeking out resources that help car shoppers save money. This week, I want to alert you to a new web site for used car shoppers that I found to be very unique, useful, and best of all – has the potential to save you lots of money. [keep reading]
For people looking to buy a used car, the Internet is a wonderful resource. The trouble is, there are so many choices offered on the Web that it can be difficult to pick one. [keep reading]
The used vehicles that customers search for online may not be the ones they end up buying — that’s the initial indication of data compiled by vehicle shopping site Mojo Motors. The company spoke exclusively to Auto Remarketing on Tuesday, noting that a preliminary study of its search and purchase data reveals discrepancies in used-car customers’ behaviors. [keep reading]
A classified-advertising Web site has teamed with dealers to offer used-vehicle discounts to consumers who join the site as members. [keep reading]
Buying a car is, by all accounts, a huge pain. The point of Boston-based Mojo Motors is to introduce a trusted intermediary to help shoppers sort through deals, compare options, receive alerts and more. [keep reading]