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Uplifting Construction Productivity with John Deere Backhoes

May 13, 2015

After collecting input from customers and taking their feedback into consideration, John Deere announced in April 2015 that it had refreshed its L-Series backhoes. The new John Deere backhoes are built off of the performance of its K-Series predecessors.

The updated lineup of John Deere L-Series backhoes consists of six new models — the 310L EP, 310L, 310SL, 310SL HL, 315SL and 410L. Each of these backhoes is constructed at the John Deere world-class facility in Dubuque, Ia. These machines can handle a wide variety of jobs, including pipe placement, trench digging and material movement.

Introducing A New Used Equipment Online Experience at MachineFinder.com

April 30, 2015

Here at MachineFinder, our mission is to provide users from around the globe with access to equipment photos, descriptions, details, locations and more, so they can make informed used equipment purchasing decisions. With millions of visitors to MachineFinder.com in the past year, it seems we are successfully providing this information to our user base, but we are always striving for ways to improve the online experience.

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As we looked at the new generation of online browsing and the technologies available to our audience, we realized nearly half of all recent website visits to MachineFinder.com were coming from mobile devices (smartphones, tablets, etc.).

MachineFinder in 2014: Our Most Popular Blog Posts of the Year

January 2, 2015

It’s hard to believe 2014 is drawing to a close. Even though we’re focusing on what’s to come in the new year and how we can continue to improve upon the content and information on the MachineFinder blog, it’s equally important to look back and recognize the successes of 2014.

We want to thank all of our readers and fans for your support this year. Without your readership, social shares, and feedback, we wouldn’t be able to be where we are today. Here is a look at our top posts from 2014, with a brief statement for each as to why we believe they were successful.

View Used Equipment from John Deere with the New MachineFinder Mobile

August 4, 2011

On the go and have your smart phone or tablet?  John Deere MachineFinder is now your one-stop source for finding used equipment made by John Deere and other manufacturers through your mobile device as well!

Launching today, John Deere MachineFinder Mobile enables John Deere Ag and Turf Dealers, and Construction and Forestry Dealers in North America visibility for their public used equipment listings readily and easily available for customers’ viewing on mobile devices.

John Deere Construction and Forestry Dealers Join MachineFinder

December 22, 2010

MachineFinder aims to bring you enterprise-wide equipment listings, and toward that end, it has now expanded to include used construction and forestry machines from our John Deere Construction & Forestry ( C&F ) dealers. This transition will result in no change or disruption to your normal dealings on MachineFinder.com.
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The change took place December 1st, when MachineFinder replaced UsedConnection as the construction and forestry web portal.

Buyers of construction and forestry equipment will enjoy several enhancements as a result of the move, including a user-friendly site, multi-lingual formats, greater public traffic, mapping technologies, quicker inventory searches, thumbnail pictures for dealer inventories, ability to track specific dealer listings, and construction appeal and graphics.

Customer Spotlight:1956 John Deere Model 630 Owner

November 11, 2010

We had a moment to catch up with John Deere customer Herman Trelling and he shared his thoughts on his 1956 John Deere model 630.

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John Deere Dealer Auction Hosted by IronPlanet Today!

August 28, 2009

One of the unique sales methods John Deere dealers have at their disposal is to sell their used equipment in an online auction format leveraging IronPlanet.com. The first event of this kind will occur Friday, August 28th, at 11:00 AM EDT!

This event is an absolute auction. What does this mean if you’re not familiar with the term “absolute auction”? An absolute auction means that the highest bid received on a unit will be sold to the bidder who placed the highest bid. The other type of auction is a “reserve auction”. In a reserve auction format, the seller will specify a dollar amount that the bidding prices much reach before the unit can be sold to the highest bidder.