Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) July 9, 2007 -- AskPatty.com has launched a female
friendly FAQs feature with enhanced search tools which provide quick answers to
automotive related questions. Women seeking answers to their automotive related
questions on car buying, car selling, car care, maintenance, repair and
additional automotive related topics can find answers fast by searching in the
new Female Friendly FAQs.
Visit Female Friendly FAQ's from 50 Expert Women here: http://www.askpatty.com/faqs.php
Women are the majority new car buyer and influence 85 percent of the buying decisions in the U.S. and represent annual revenues topping $80 billion. AskPatty.com provides a user experience for women that is unparalleled by other automotive sites. This new feature will give women the empowering information they need to make informed automotive decisions.
50 women make up the automotive expert advisory panel for AskPatty.com. They are women with leadership roles in the automotive industry: women owners of new and used car dealerships, ASE certified technicians, finance managers, car sales managers, car saleswomen, internet car sales, service managers, automotive DIY experts, a female NASCAR race car driver, car racing experts, tire experts, car aftermarket accessories experts, custom car experts, car safety and car care experts, and many more.
"The new AskPatty.com Female Friendly FAQ feature provides women with a user-friendly approach to finding the automotive answers women need," stated Jody DeVere President of AskPatty.com, Inc. "We are constantly developing new features and tools to educate and empower women."
AskPatty.com offers advice for women in many unique formats. Women can listen to tips by experts via monthly podcasts, (www.askpatty.com/womanars.php), and can get an abundance of car advice and tips in the article content featured in the Automotive Advice for Women blog on Typepad (http://askkpatty.typepad.com). Women can submit questions directly to the panel of 50 expert women here: http://askpatty.com/ask_patty_advice.php
This new Female Friendly FAQ feature will enhance the experience women have on AskPatty.com by providing a searchable database of the questions and answers from our expert panel of women. The goal is to provide women with additional features and products that will empower them to have a better car buying and servicing experience.
About AskPatty.com, Inc.:
Women purchase the majority of the vehicles sold in the United States each year, spending billions of dollars a year in new car purchases. Yet, shopping for and buying a car can be a challenge for women who are first time car buyers or for women who had a bad experience in the past with a car salesman or dealership.
The Ask Patty.com, Inc. web site is a safe place for women to get advice on car purchases, maintenance and other automotive related topics. Women can ask Patty for automotive advice when they go to www.askpatty.com and click on the "Get Advice" link. Questions can be submitted to Ask Patty via email or an interactive blog. Patty will typically reply back to the consumer the same day.
Ask Patty Certified Dealer Program:
Properly armed with the right tools and training Ask Patty Female Friendly certified dealerships can increase their share of the largest and fastest growing demographic of new vehicle buyers in the U.S. -- Women Consumers. The Ask Patty Certified Dealer program was designed specifically for car dealerships to attract, sell, retain and keep loyal women consumers.
AskPatty.com is partnered with AutoTrader.com, AutoExtra.com, Arkona, Chrome Systems, Inc., MyCarPage.com, DivineCaroline.com and Maddox Smye, LLC. Visit our venue Ask Patty - Automotive Advice for Women in Second Life: http://slurl.com/secondlife/Ride/20/204/29
AskPatty.com is a member and 2007 corporate sponsor of the Women's Automotive Association International based in Detroit, MI, (http://www.waai.com), Chair of the UnitedSpinal.org Motorsports program, Member of the California SkillsUSA.org board, on the Women's Board of the Car Care Council, (http://carcare.org), a SEMA member (http://www.SEMA.org) and a member of the SEMA Business Women's Networking Group.