(PRWEB) December 7, 2004
If laughter is the best medicine, Andertoons.com wants to be your pharmacy. Cartoonist Mark AndersonÂs website, http://www.andertoons.com, recently expanded on a number of fronts to better help online users tickle their funny bones. ÂItÂs all about helping people find the right cartoon quickly and easily,Â explains Anderson.
ÂA number of our most popular categories have had sub-categories added to a new menu,Â the cartoonist continued. ÂFor example, our Business Cartoons page now has convenient links to Sales Cartoons, Money Cartoons, Accounting Cartoons, Advertising Cartoons and more.Â
AndertoonsÂ blog, http://www.andertoons.com/blog, has also expanded, publishing cartoon related interviews, reviews and more every weekday. ÂInside the CartoonistÂs Studio is by far our most popular feature,Â said Anderson about his weekly Q&A with prominent cartoonists. ÂI was ecstatic when Editor and Publisher was kind enough to give it a little blurb. ItÂs nice to know people are reading and enjoying it.Â
The new change the cartoonist is most excited about, however, is one that recommends other cartoons based on the userÂs cartoon choices. ÂLetÂs say youÂre considering the large version of a cartoon about a zebra in an office. Below that cartoon youÂre now offered three thumbnails of other animal, office or business cartoons that you might also enjoy.Â
Popular site features that have remained untouched include the Andertoons store, the free daily cartoon both on the siteÂs home page and in subscribersÂ emails, Âand most importantly,Â adds the cartoonist, Âthe high quality of the cartoons themselves.Â
WhatÂs next for AndersonÂs cartoon website? ÂOh, IÂve got a lot of really fun ideas that I think would both help users and allow them to interact a little bit more,Â he says.
ÂI want people to visit http://www.andertoons.com, find a great cartoon for their project, and have a really good time doing it. At the end of the day itÂs all about helping people laugh.Â
Mark Anderson's cartoons appear in publications including Reader's Digest, The Wall Street Journal and Good Housekeeping. His family and business cartoons are available through his website, http://www.andertoons.com, for newsletters, websites, presentations, advertising and more. Anderson also writes his popular cartoon blog at http://www.andertoons.com/blog.
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