Language Directory Launched languagedirectory.co.uk

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A new language directory has today been launched on the web. This will provide a great resource for language professionals and those requiring such language services as education and translation. Now is also the perfect time for companies to add their site to the directory. This can be achieved free of charge and early submission increases the websites chance of being top of its chosen category

Today the Language Directory, http://www.languagedirectory.co.uk has been launched to offer a one-stop-shop for all nature of language related issues. This ranges from education to translation.

The directory has over 250 individual language categories for the more specific search. But also offers larger categories, such as 'European Languages' for more general requirements.

The list of languages is growing, but currently begins with Afar and ends in Zulu.

"Never before has such a directory existed" states one of its founders "often such domain names have been purchased and then used for directing people to sponsored searches. Our site is based purely on providing a directory for language resources'.

This statement is correct. The other language directories that exist on the web seem to be more about pay-per-click profits for the site owners and not about languages and providing a directory service.

The translation directory will allow people to look for resources by the specific language they require. If someone wishes to look at methods for studying Portuguese for instance, they need only enter the Portuguese category. This is much faster then any existing options as the user does not have to trawl through a huge list of language schools that cannot serve their needs.

Overtime, the Language Directory not only intends to extend the list of languages but also create more specific subcategories to enhance the users experience. For instance 'Education' could become a category and then have further categories such as where the course is being offered and whether it is an online course. No language directory exists today that offers this.

The directory should also be great for the SEO of those websites that it lists. They will be in a specialised directory and can place their site in an even more specific category. This means that their site might be surrounded by the right keywords. Ask your SEO consultant how much this matters!

This stage of the launch is key for those considering adding their website. Adding a website early increases the chances of being placed at the top of their preferred category.

The site offers free links to websites with a reciprocal link. Otherwise a submission fee's start at £5. More information can be found at http://www.languagedirectory.co.uk

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