Brisbane Biz draws Yellow Blood and Google Gold Rush

March 14, 2008 at 4:06 am Leave a comment


Brisbane based Clickfind.com.au has launched a direct attack on the established Yellow Pages Online & Microsoft’s Mylocal business models offering advertising free directory listings that help secure top Google rankings for Australian business owners.

According to a recent AC Nielsen survey internet shoppers are up 40% over the last two years to 875 million people worldwide of which 85% have searched, shopped, and completed a purchase online. Taco Fleur, founder of Clickfind.com.au says, “these trends are forcing many business owners to review their directory spend, demand more web site traffic and more assistance in improving their search engine rankings on sites like Google & Yahoo which are crucial to getting sales online. Search engines like Google have hundreds of formula and criteria that decide site rankings and business owners are telling us it’s a nightmare to understand so they would rather use a simple online directory listing to ensure they improve their web site search engine rankings and sales”.

Older business directories such as D-Look, Mylocal, True Local, and Yellow Pages all a offer pay per listing directory and then supplement their revenues with banner advertising. Fleur says, “I talk to many of business owners who realise how important the internet is and pay good money to list in these in directories only to find that a banner advertisement from a competitor is appearing right next to their listing without ever being told this may occur and they are rightly furious.” Clickfind.com.au has ignored this model in favour of no banner ads, lower listing rates, more space for client product and service description, and a specialist technical team dedicated to improving the major search engine rankings for clients. Clickfind.com.au believes this type of service is key in securing the long term listing relationships that help increase client’s web traffic and deliver sales.

Since the major site launch 90 days ago Clickfind has indexed 32000+ pages in Google and has been rushed by Australian and Asian companies looking to list immediately. Free listings are scheduled to close on 30th March 2008 after which low fee options will be standardised at up to 80% less than equivalent Yellow Pages Online listings rates. The rapid growth has generated significant international interest and the directors are currently in talks with several overseas companies who are seeking licensing rights to major foreign markets in Asia. Visit Clickfind at: www.clickfind.com.au
Related links:
www.clickfind.com.au 
www.yellowpagesonline.com.au
www.dlook.com.au
www.truelocal.com.au           
www.mylocal.com.au                             

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Contact:                      Taco Fleur
Web:                           www.clickfind.com.au

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