San Jose, CA (PRWEB) May 01, 2012
For sixteen years EuroSeek has existed as a trusted web directory allowing users to search the web in their own languages. The site re-launched with a new look and extensive social media integration and added a section devoted to the USA as well.
The core elements that made EuroSeek THE go-to site for European web searches – a focus on local businesses, multi-lingual support and region-specific listings – but with social media connectivity, users can now rate sites within the directory, as well as share their search results with Facebook friends, Google Plus circle members, and Twitter followers.
In addition, the site has expanded its Euro-centric offerings to include an extensive section devoted to the United States. Why add this? Chief Marketing Officer Robert Prime explains, “We live in a global market. You may live in England, France, or Italy, but do business in New York, San Francisco or Los Angeles.”
As well, much of the US includes tourist destinations that are popular with European travelers. By expanding the USA section, EuroSeek is not just serving local businesses in the States, but providing broader appeal to their core European audience.
One thing that hasn’t changed in the move from search engine to selective directory is the company’s commitment to excellence. Webmasters and users alike should be aware that all sites submitted to the directory are reviewed by human beings before being accepted, and sites that don’t meet quality criteria are asked to make changes, or face being denied inclusion.
Prime explains the need for high standards, saying, “We want only high-caliber sites with a reason to be here,” says Robert Prime. “The internet has changed. People would rather have a few validated choices than a page full of junk.”
How does one become one of the selected sites that will grace the virtual pages of the new Euroseek? For further information, web administrators interested in submitting their sites should visit EuroSeek.com.
About EuroSeek: Originally established in 1996, EuroSeek.com was the Euro-centric search engine. It quickly became the largest search portal in Europe, allowing users to browse the web in more than 30 languages. In 2002, WeDirect an american company took over operations, joining forces with other web directories to expand its reach. Today, EuroSeek is redefining itself as a social media-savvy paid web directory for only the highest-caliber sites.