Void In Construction Industry Filled By the First Online Directory for locating Contractors, Suppliers, Manufacturers, and Distributors All in One Place

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GeneralContractorGuide.com fills a void in the construction industry. The new directory Website provides a one-stop information resource for locating contractors and other companies serving the construction industry.

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Roslyn, NY (PRWEB) June 6, 2005 – GeneralContractorGuide.com is the only online service that lists contact information for businesses covering all areas of construction and general contractors. Subscribers are listed by state in more than 80 different categories covering the construction industry. Click Here to view categories.

What makes GeneralContractorGuide.com different and special is that it helps all types of companies in the construction industry grow their businesses. Companies subscribing to list their business at GeneralContractorGuide.com will enable other companies in the construction industry to find them and establish new business contacts they otherwise might not have known existed.

By providing a one-stop information resource for the construction industry GeneralContractorGuide.com will save companies time and money. Searching the Web is great but having one Website with a comprehensive listing of construction industry supplier information is better.    

GeneralContractorGuide.com provides visitors with a faster, easier, and smoother way to navigate through the various Internet listings in order to find the company that will fill their general contracting and construction needs or other companies to partner with.

By offering different levels of service GeneralContractorGuide.com helps contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, and other subscribing companies reach millions of people at a minimal cost. Click Here to view service levels and/or to subscribe to GeneralContractorGuide.com.

Different service levels allow from five to 80 different listings for a subscriber. All new listings are held until approved for publishing. Subscribers can also report problems with their listing directly from their Web based administration area and view all their listing in one location no matter how many different categories they are spread across.

Visitors can recommend a listed company to friends by clicking a link to email the subscriber information. They can also contact a listed company with the click of a button.

Subscribers add their own listings online including META keywords and descriptions to make their listings search-engine friendly. General ContractorGuide.com subscribers will benefit from 24/7 customer service, a printed listing of our database, a quarterly magazine about the trade, marketplace, ideas, as well as an easier, more accommodating Web site to search and browse.

In conjunction with the launch of their new website GeneralContractorGuide.com is launching a nationwide marketing program to ensure traffic flow to the website. Marketing activities include direct mail, E-Mail campaigns, magazine advertising, newspaper advertisements, radio station advertisements, Web-based advertisements, tradeshow booths and banners.

About GeneralContractorGuide.com:

GeneralContractorGuide.com is the property of Nationwide Information Systems. The sole purpose of GeneralContractorGuide.com is to provide the information contractors and other companies in the construction industry need when they need it. Nationwide Information Systems, Inc. strives to excel in the business of operating an online service that lists contact information for business subscribers covering all areas of construction and general contracting, and publishing the information for distribution. What makes Nationwide Information Systems, Inc. uniquely competitive is that it provides a one-source database for suppliers, manufacturers, and contractors to subscribe to, thereby providing access to Internet consumers seeking these types of services and access to companies providing complementary services.


Scott Fishkind





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