Suspension Parts Direct Using Web 2 Market's ShowMeTheParts Integration To Sell Auto Parts Online And On Google Shopping

Suspension Parts Direct Using Web 2 Market’s ShowMeTheParts Integration To Sell Auto Parts Online And On Google Shopping

Using Web 2 Market's ShowMeTheParts Integration and the Magento E-Commerce Platform, Suspension Parts Direct launched its new website.

ALSIP, Ill. — Web 2 Market announced that its new Suspension Parts Direct Website is live, using the ShowMeTheParts Catalog and Web 2 Market’s ShowMeTheParts Integration to display and sell products online. With Web 2 Market’s Google Shopping Feed and Google Rich Snippet extensions, Suspension Parts can feed product information, price, reviews, and inventory directly to Google Shopping.

The new site allows visitors to search for their part using a year-make-model, part number, or cross-reference search. The product’s detail page includes part name, description, images, application data, and technical documents.

“Suspension Parts Direct sells suspension parts for a large variety of different vehicles ranging from 1940 through the present," said Jeff Bramlett of Suspension Parts Directs. "Web2market helped us build a website that has the functionality and simplicity which makes it easy for our customers to use and purchase from. Upon completion, the one thing that stood out was the training that was given to us from Web 2 Market on using Magento.”

“The Suspension Parts Direct website is built on the SMTP Magento platform that Web 2 Market launched a year ago. It allows OEM parts manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers to build powerful e-catalogs and e-commerce sites at a very competitive cost,” said Brad Kort, president of Web 2 Market: “The complexity of the product searches and maintaining application data have been holding manufacturers and retailers back. Our platform solves those problems in an affordable way."

To learn more about the ShowMeTheParts Integration visit
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