Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) January 24, 2007
The ever popular free file hosting site Badongo.com has gotten even easier to use, thanks to the feedback of the site's rapidly growing user base. Badongo's home page has been completely redesigned giving instant information and understanding of the Web 2.0 site's many features.
"When I created Badongo.com just over a year ago, I had to get it up and running quickly with very little in the way of bells and whistles, but since then we've been adding new features every few months," reveals Badongo.com CEO Patrick Boden. "Now new users are coming to the site everyday and we have had to find a way to show them how Badongo can be of use to them in a much easier and fun way."
Badongo.com's new homepage includes a Flash driven interactive display that reveals how users can instantly upload any type of file to Badongo's massive servers. The new homepage also instantly reveals the site's many features, whether creating a flash slideshow or photo album for digital photos, creating an MP3 player or File Link Widget for use on a website, or downloading the useful Badongo Buddy.
But by far the most important is that new visitors know right from the starting gate that Badongo is a free file hosting site that enables you to upload an unlimited amount of files, photos, videos, music, to store for personal use and access, or to send to friends, family and colleagues. Another new addition is the inclusion of a new progress bar that allows users to see just how much of their file has been uploaded.
"All of these changes are the direct result of users who email us or post a query on our support forum with all sorts of questions on how Badongo can be useful to them," says Patrick. "We plan to implement additional useful and practical features to the site as we continue to get constructive feedback from our growing user base. I suspect 2007 will see many such changes."
Badongo.com was created in late 2005 as the brainchild of web wunderkind Patrick Boden. Beginning as a simple favor for friends who wished to send large files easily, requests soon arrived for similar services. One year later, Badongo now serves over a million unique visitors each day. Patrick Boden is the CEO of ICL Ltd. based in Santa Monica, California and utilizes developers, designers and programmers on four different continents to keep the site up to date and efficient. Mr. Boden is a frequent guest commentator on Fox News Channel and has been quoted in countless news articles.