Setup a Dealership Website

  1. Setup WordPress

    Spin up or purchase a web hosting plan that supports or provides WordPress. If your web host does not provide a ready-to-use WordPress install, use the official installation guide. Read WordPress Tips for Building Car Dealer Websites.

  2. Install Inventory Presser

    Login to your website and find the PluginsAdd New menu. Search for Inventory Presser, and press the Install Now and Activate buttons. Visit VehiclesOptions and configure the settings.

  3. Configure Inventory Updates

    Visit the Adding or Importing Inventory page, and find out how best to update vehicle data. Use the Load Sample Vehicles feature to quickly populate the site with some inventory.

  4. Choose a Theme or Build Templates

    Try your favorite theme. (If you don’t have a favorite, try our favorites: Twenty Twenty Four, and Blocksy if you’re not ready for full-site-editing.) Visit slash inventory on your site and see how the vehicle archive and single pages look: Read our Theme Compatibility Guide to get help with the most common issues.

  5. Build Forms to Capture Leads

    Add forms to the site to capture customer leads. Whether a form appears on a vehicle details page or any other page of the site, users should be able to identify a vehicle of interest in each submission. Easily add vehicles to forms and send ADF XML leads to any automotive CRM with our integrations:

  6. Manage Hours & Locations

    Dealerships are largely brick and mortar businesses, so where and when are important facts for customers. If you use our locations taxonomy to organize dealership addresses, phone numbers, and hours, try these widgets: Map, Google Map, Google Map (legacy), Address, Phone Number, Hours

  7. Test & Launch

    If you need help setting up a site using our plugins, please contact us.