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BusRates.com announces site updates

Posted on July 20, 2010

BusRates.com announced recent updates to its site, which will provide subscribers with new tools and options to customize and optimize their listings to receive the highest-quality leads possible.

The improvements made include:

  • One-click Profile and Fleet Updating.
  • Easily Forward Request for Quotes (RFQs) to Multiple Email Addresses.
  • Bid for Placement Options.
  • Easily Add & Remove Metro Areas.
  • Upload & Resize Bus Images.
  • Run Monthly Traffic Reports.
  • Customer Review & Reply Options.
  • Integration with RBS System.

BusRates.com is a free, searchable database of nearly all DOT-registered bus companies. Its purpose is to make it easy for buyers to find the bus that best suits their needs. The site draws over 110,000 group travel planner visits each month.

 

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