Essential Television Guide Launched to Aid Consumers in Quest to Find the Best Television Models on the Market

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Valuable advice for television addicts is now available with The Essential Television Guide. This new Guide combines straightforward information with technical know-how to ensure users make a well informed decision when buying a new television. The content is written by specialists and has been developed so that non-technical consumers can understand the pros and cons to the latest technology without difficulty.

Valuable advice for television addicts is now available with The Essential Television Guide (http://rdr.search-pr.co.uk/02/TVG_RI). This new Guide combines straightforward information with technical know-how to ensure users make a well informed decision when buying a new television. The content is written by specialists and has been developed so that non-technical consumers can understand the pros and cons to the latest technology without difficulty.

The number of TV types and the technology behind them can become overwhelming. The Guide combats this complexity with easy to follow, individual pages for each type of set and each model on the market.

Most brands on the television market are mentioned on the Guide, making it objective and useful. Users can compare a Philips LCD with a Sony Plasma or a JVC Home Cinema System with a Panasonic Home Cinema Projector. In addition, there is a handy TV Jargon Buster page that lists all of the acronyms and buzz words related to the industry with basic definitions that will boost confidence when buying. If users want to know more about the current hype that is HDTV then the site will answer a number of relevant questions.

Television Accessories are also covered by the Essential Television Guide so that once purchased, a television is enhanced with the correct stand or storage system and the remote control is able to do all it should. Some remote controls can access up to six different appliances which is worth knowing about.

John Straw, CEO of Net Additions, the online guide company behind The Essential Television Guide said: "I am tremendously excited about this Guide as it will help so many people see behind the scary technical specifications that we so often find in TV manuals and handbooks. The Guide is published in a clear-cut way with no hidden agendas."

Net Additions has introduced other similar 'Guide' sites over the last few months including The Essential Guide to Games Consoles and The Kitchen and Cooking Appliance Guide with many more to come. The idea is to offer consumers an in-depth insight into the products they are interested in, without the influence of pushy sales people or unhelpful websites.

For further information:

Net Additions Ltd

Contact: Ellie Precious

Tel: (+44) 7876 500824

About Net Additions

Net Additions has been set up by four online marketing professionals, John Straw, James Wenger, Collette Taylor and Marc Ames.

Net Additions is a direct result - a light bulb moment - that the web (and increasingly search) is becoming dominated by sites that want to sell stuff rather than tell stuff. Don't get us wrong - Net Additions wants to sell stuff too but wants to tell first, to help buyers make the right choice. And Net Additions uses writers who can write lots of great stuff about their own favourite subjects.

If someone's in the market for a pushchair, where do they go to find out what to buy and how to buy it? If a new plasma or LCD screen is on the cards how does someone make a decision on which to buy - other than winging their way into a salesroom and listening to the patter about the models on show?

Of course, buyers can always go to Which? - but they'll charge for their content.

The Net Additions model and vision is the reverse - all of our sites are .info sites - that is they are what's written on the can - information sites. We tell first and sell second.

Net Additions will be producing over sixty information sites over the next three years. If you like what you see help us do more telling by encouraging people to look at our sites.

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