is a web directory that was launched in early 2007 and has become one of the internets best resources for online content via different media sources such as listing profiles, articles, images and videos. We collect ratings and reviews of businesses and service providers to help our site visitors make informed decisions before they purchase any products or services from local or worldwide businesses on the internet.
Our web directory is different then your average directory, in that we have a team of qualified editors that meticulously add quality content to more then 1300 plus categories, so our directory users can drill down and find relevant information on products and services using the various media formats quickly.
Our editors rigorously check all questions, comments, praise, complaints, concerns, reviews, and ratings from users for truthfulness and accuracy to ensure they are from legitimate sources. We check to make sure they are not created by businesses already listed within the directory or their competitors.
We allow site owners to respond quickly to reviews and ratings they have received from clients and give them the opportunity to respond back to those reviews so as to set the story straight for potential new clients.
* Our Mission Is Simple
Offer the very best listings and content while providing businesses exposure to sell their products and services.
* How We Differ From Others
Three Different Levels Of Editors To Review Sites And Content!
Our review process starts with our intern editors who find and add quality site listings and web content, and then forward that content to the next level editors. Our Jr. editors then check listings for quality control, truthfulness, accuracy, and six other important site variables and parameters, before finally forwarding to seasoned, Sr. staff editors for final quality inspection and "possible inclusion" in our web directory. By using our three tier review process we ensure that our directory users receive the highest quality content and listings from top large and small businesses locally and worldwide.
* What We Offer Visitors & Clients
When users view client profile pages, they have a wealth of information at their fingertips to make and educated decision before they make their next purchase online. Our site listings offer detailed descriptions of products and services including deep links, (for finding important pages quickly), maps with business locations, contact information, hours of operations, to mobile phone app downloads, to help consumers keep in constant contact.
Visitors can also use the social media platforms provided to Tweet, Like, Pin, and Follow their favorite sites and service listings. They can easily view detailed information from articles, images, or videos of products and services you have to offer.
* Where We Are Going
As new technology unfolds, we will incorporate it into our web directory to better help our clients, and users, with their search needs. Visitors to our directory expect to find high quality resources in every category and the ability to find all information needed within a few mouse clicks.
In order to provide this growing demand from our users, we will always do our best to stay ahead of the pack and offer our visitors and clients the best of technology for their continued use.
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