New UK Tourism Website Offers Free Advertsing for All UK Tourism Realted Websites

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A new UK tourism related website has been launched this week offering all UK tourism related websites the opportunity to advertise without charge.

The web site was launched this week by Jon Sharpe, owner of several other successful travel websites and will contain tourism information for every town in the UK. This will allow users to quickly find accommodation, restaurants, tourist attractions, events and many other services they may need whilst on holiday in the UK, all on the one website.

Mr Sharpe says that the new web site is will be a combination of several travel websites all rolled into one to provide all of the information a UK holiday maker may need, without having to search around for it. He explains "It will contain a directory links to tourism related services, our own content such as travel guides and travel advice, we will also be writing reviews of many tourism related websites, and have just set up a discussion board so that users can make recommendations or seek advice from other users."

Mr Sharpe goes on to explain "The amount of content and information intended for the site is colossal and has prompted us to make the decision to offer listings for all UK tourism related websites. We are offering an advertising service that businesses can opt to pay for, but at the moment we are far more interested in building content than making money. We have plans for many more features on this website such as a booking engine for accommodation, which we cannot launch until we have established our web site as a useful tourism resource." are inviting all UK tourism related websites to add their information to the site and are also extending this invitation to anybody else to add their favourite UK tourism websites to the directory.

Anybody can add a resource to the directory, this may a town web site, a hotel, a restaurant, a tourist attraction, an event, a public house, or any other web site that may be of use to somebody taking a holiday in the UK.


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