Business.com launches Work.com

 
October 11th, 2006 - Filed under Industry News,Web Directories by Cristian Mezei
1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (2 votes, average: 3.00 out of 5)
Loading ... Loading ...
| 9,049 views
 

Business.com just officially launched Work.com on 9 october ? I don’t know how it’s oficially launched on 9 october, because it was already launched in 2005? From the press release:

Business.com today announced the launch of Work.com (http://www.work.com), a Web 2.0 site designed to help the more than 25 million U.S. small business owners run their businesses. Work.com features unique “How-to Guides” for more than 1,000 business topics, ranging from start-up basics to advanced management techniques. The Guides are written by business experts who can now share their expertise with others through a new form of “Expert Generated Content” (EGC). Work.com is being launched by Business.com, the leading business search engine and directory.

  1. Leading business search engine and directory my ass.
  2. It’s a god damn article directory. It’s just related to Business more or less.

You can suggest an existing guide or create a guide for yourself.

I like the learn, discover, share explanatory splash graphics though and they have a blog too.

Submit your business or company to Webxperience! and Webotopia directories.
If you found this post useful please Subscribe with Bloglines Add to Technorati Favorites (new windows)
Tags: none
 

3 Comments so far

sandossu said:
October 11th, 2006

when i saw it, i was looking for the “powered by phpld” :)

A shitty website, for such a heavy weighted domain

Philip Liu said:
October 12th, 2006

What’s the benefit to becoming a guide? Do you get a link or other credit? If not, waste of time. Otherwise, could be useful as a promotional tool for the guides.

October 12th, 2006

I guess you get the same benefit as writing an article (some small PR – not pagerank – for your name/business, and a few links) on any other article directory.

I never wrote an article (myself) for article directories, and I would not START with Work.com anyway.

Leave a reply

Allowed tags (XHTML): <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

RSS Readers & Technorati:

My Subscribers Add to Technorati Favorites
View Cristian Mezei's profile on LinkedIn

Subscribe & Syndication:

RSS Feed at FeedBurner NewsGator Google Bloglines My MSN Add to My Yahoo! Add to FeedLounge Add to My AOL Add to NetVibes Add to NewsBurst Add to Pluck Add to NewsIsFree

Updates by e-mail:

My Blogroll:

Blogs & Forums (RO)

Blogs & Websites

Official Blogs

Social Websites
Powered by Bloglines

Tag Cosmos: Top Tags