Bizwiki Blog Announces Major Expansion across the USA

Bizwiki, publishers of the popular national free business-listing website, are pleased to announce that the site is undergoing a major expansion.

While demonstrating the site, Bizwiki director Matt Aird said, “For the last few months we have been working on a major expansion of the content on the website. Combining submissions from our users with data collected by our webspider, we are now able to offer visitors more information about businesses and companies in the US than ever.”

The expanded website has broadened the content available to users to include enhanced information regarding over one million new businesses, and organized them into easily accessible categories.

Information about companies includes user-edited content, maps and directions, vital contact and address information, messages from the individual companies, text from site’s websites, important links, competitor links and online contact details, all provided free of charge to the site’s visitors in a new streamlined front-end design

“Bizwiki now features over ten million US companies, corporations, businesses, charities, organizations and non-profits on the site, with additional categories of business scheduled to go live over the next two months,” said Mr Aird. “We anticipate that our regular users will find the information even easier to access than ever, and are confident that they will continue to find it to be a useful resource.”

Showing the new categories of information available, Mr Aird demonstrated the expanded Business and Employment Category which has information on businesses from Management Consultants in New York, to Employee Benefit Consultants in Cincinnati.

About Bizwiki

As the US focused part of the Bizwiki international network, aims to become one of the largest, most comprehensive directories of American businesses on the Web. There is no cost for any business, non-profit organization, charity or company to appear on the site. The site and its content are made available for searching to the public free of charge.


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