Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) December 20, 2005
Business.com, the leading search engine designed and organized for business, today announced the top directory traffic on its network.* The list highlights the business-to-business topics most important to the Company’s audience of more than 30 million professionals:
Starting A Small Business
Commercial Real Estate
Commercial Building Materials
Display Cases and Racks
Human Resources Management
Virus Protection Software
While general search engines offer broad results cluttered with consumer content, Business.com’s proprietary directory of more than 65,000 key industry terms deliver the most relevant results strictly related to products and services critical to the B2B sector. Business.com reaches a concentrated audience of people who hold decision-making power within their company.
The Company releases the top directory traffic to provide the market with a glimpse into industry-wide trends and unique needs of the small business market.
*Traffic for November, 2005.
Business.com is the leading search engine designed and organized strictly for business. It provides professionals easy access to business products, services, companies, news and other business information to help them get their jobs done more efficiently.
Business.com was founded in 1999 by eCompanies. With more than five years of growth and momentum, Business.com continues to attract leading strategic investors including Institutional Venture Partners, Evercore Partners, Reed Business Information, and McGraw Hill. Still privately-held, Business.com added Benchmark Capital as a preferred stockholder in 2004.
Today, Business.com serves the needs of more than 3 million business searchers each month across a wide array of industries and job functions. Business.com reaches another 32 million through its distribution network which includes partners such as Forbes.com, Businessweek.com, Inc.com, FastCompany, and Internet.com.
With a proprietary taxonomy and classification system consisting of over 65,000 business categories, the company is a leader in the next generation of search. By categorizing business results in an intuitive order and filtering out unrelated consumer content, Business.com is able to anticipate the needs of professionals and allows them to easily locate relevant business information. For more information, please visit http://www.business.com.
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