ASA Announces Web Design, Hosting Benefits for Members

ASA Announces Web Design, Hosting Benefits for Members

The Automotive Service Association (ASA) is offering a new benefit to help members establish and retain an Internet presence. ASA now offers multi-page website design, hosting and online marketing capabilities for its members at affordable, competitive prices.

The Automotive Service Association (ASA) is offering a new benefit to help members establish and retain an Internet presence. ASA now offers multi-page website design, hosting and online marketing capabilities for its members at affordable, competitive prices.

ASA can create for members multi-page, interactive websites using the latest trends in online technology including online appointment scheduling, an "Ask-An-Expert" form and an opt-in customer retention mechanism. Members can choose from several professionally designed templates that can be catered specifically to their online needs. ASA members will receive a home page with five additional pages for a setup fee of $495.

ASA also has the capabilities to host and maintain new and existing member websites for a small monthly fee. The sites are hosted on a reliable server built exclusively for ASA. Unique e-mail accounts and real-time tracking software is included with ASA’s hosting services.

"ASA understands the overall need for our members to have an Internet presence that is both beneficial to the shop and convenient for their customers. Our web solutions are designed specifically for the independent automotive repair facility," said B.J. Johnson, ASA’s director of membership development and affiliate relations. "More and more consumers are looking to the Internet to find a reliable repair shop. ASA is committed to offering a convenient and reliable venue for members to market their shops online."

For more information about ASA’s web design and hosting solutions for ASA members, visit www.webservices.asashop.org ; call (800) 272-7467, ext. 295; or access the electronic benefits portfolio within ASA OnDemand, which can be downloaded from www.ASAOnDemand.com.

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