Friday, May 6, 2016

Coffee Brake: Introducing Paid Listings

Want your car listing to get the kind of exposure that only a world-renowned site like Daily Turismo can provide?  It is your lucky day, because we are now offering paid listings -- that's right for a few bucks, you can have your car featured on these pages and mentioned on our radio show.


Here is how it works.  You submit you listing from another site (like craigslist, eBay, autotrader, cars.com, or a forum listing) and we will highlight your listing as one of our regular features. If you don't have your car listed elsewhere, that is fine, just send us a few pics and details. The price at this time is $50 USD per listing, and we offer a 100% money back guarantee. If you don't find the a buyer for your ride or are at all unhappy with the DT experience, just let us know and we'll refund your money within 5 business days.

How?  Send your seller submission to: tips@dailyturismo.com

How much? $50.  Payable via paypal after your listing is approved (we will e-mail paypal instructions).

Who will see it?  DailyTurismo gets about 150,000 to 200,000 pageviews per month, but we also have an active 25,000 followers on facebook, 500+ people on our growing e-mail list, and the most popular episode of our radio show has gotten 20,000 listens. 



Testimonials from happy DT buyers/sellers:

Please remove, as is possible, any access to the “Saab 95 Road Kill” listing. The car is sold and the owner is getting calls at all hours of the night... Rest assured you are successful in reaching a lot of people.  
--Wayne

Thankyou for the Wheeler-Dealer lead on the Volvo 544 a couple of weeks ago - as it happens my son Steve has had the 'hots' for one of these since he was of driving age. So, I bought I surprised him for his 50th Birthday & we filmed the episode last Monday with Mike & Edd (great guys) in their Huntington Beach Studio - very cool, again thanks very much & 'bon chance' with your TalkRadioOne show, 
--Greg 

Special thanks to Daily Turismo for the Exclusive.  I have had many inquiries. I plan to give the Michigan 1800 owner the first crack to see the car this weekend as it turns out I know him from the Volvo Great Lakes Chapter! Plus it is better that someone see the car rather than buy it long distance sight unseen.
--Rene

I was the owner of this vehicle featured in the last few days. It has been sold thanks to you guys. Thanks for your efforts.  

--Bill

I sold the car and I had the pleasure to meet up with the buyer here in CA last week when he was here for business.Im happy that he likes the car.  He is a great guy and Im sure the car ended up in the right hands.
--Anonymous 

To bad. It's mine. Mwahahahahaha!!
--Doctordel

6 comments:

  1. Daily Turismo is dead, Long live Daily Turismo!

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  2. 50 clams! - i can hardly breathe

    [img]https://i.ytimg.com/vi/TwNTd1SRaRs/hqdefault.jpg[/img]

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  3. Any idea where those cars in the top pic are from? That's a sure-fire way to get my kids into noisy, smelly old cars, right?

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    1. Chris -- yes, the little cars are from the 2008 LeMans Classic race, they do a thing called "Little Big Mans" that is for 6-10 year old kids.

      [img]http://www.lemansclassic.com/wp-content/uploads/AK_4242.jpg[/img]

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  4. I know the Jags are from here: http://www.groupharrington.com/en/page/12/junior-cars.html
    A good place for cheap repo bumpers too!

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