Communities as strong as iTaggit's comic book and antique communities command their own version of iTaggit.com.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) May 21, 2008
http://www.itaggit.com, the leading collecting web site, announced today the release of microsites to provide a simple point of access for collectors interested exclusively in comic books or antiques. These new sites, http://comics.itaggit.com and http://antiques.itaggit.com, filter the content found on iTaggit.com to display only content specific to comic books and antiques, including items, collections, news, and blogs.
iTaggit.com is a centralized application allowing users to gain access to content across multiple categories. Users who have an interest in multiple categories will still have the ability to use iTaggit's personalization feature to apply a custom filter site wide.
"iTaggit users are very passionate about specific types of items and giving them access directly to the type of content they want to see ensures a better user experience", said Casey Gannon, Marketing Manager of iTaggit Inc. "Communities as strong as iTaggit's comic book and antique communities command their own version of iTaggit.com."
Other features introduced recently include new tools to track and manage item values. These innovative tools tracks and chart the value of an item over time.
iTaggit continues to develop and release features to create the ultimate destination to organize, showcase, value, and monetize the items and collections that users are passionate about.
iTaggit is a web-based item management information system that provides "the place for every thing" by securely storing and organizing information, enabling research, and building communities based on individuals and collections of items. This essential online environment allows our user community to maximize the value and enjoyment of their stuff. iTaggit was founded in 2006 in Austin, Texas. For more information visit http://www.itaggit.com.