HOOKSETT, NH - Merchants announces Fleetcast is now available without registration or login! Tuning into Fleetcast, the fleet management podcast, is even easier than before. Listeners may visit fleetcast.merchantsleasing.com and play episode audio files without signing in using a username and password.
Fleetcast files are conveniently formatted for use on many devices and can be easily shared through email and social networking tools such as LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. New user friendly icon advancements to the Fleetcast website make it even easier to share with peers and colleagues.
Become a “Premium Member” of Fleetcast! This subscription entitles listeners to receive email notifications of new episodes and listener contests, as well as Merchants’ bi-monthly industry Fleet Report newsletter. Those who have already registered will be automatically converted to being subscribed. To celebrate, Merchants is giving away an iPod shuffle quarterly to one lucky Premium Member. Subscribe today!
Fleetcast launched in April of 2011 as a resource for professionals in fleet industry. Fleetcasts are audio and video files featuring interviews with industry experts about current fleet management news, as well as trends, procedures and best practices. Merchants strives to provide the fleet industry with a comprehensive suite of educational and analytic resources, continuously growing the online Fleetcast library. Seventeen episodes have been released with recent topics including Government Fleet Management, Rules Of Thumb for Maintenance Alerts, Right-Sizing Your Fleet In Today’s Economy, and Forward Collision Systems.
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Merchants always welcomes listeners to contact us with general feedback and topic suggestions. A future episode titled "Ask The Expert" will consist entirely of listeners' questions. Send in a fleet related question and we may select yours to be answered in a future Fleetcast with an industry expert.
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