The sheer number of links in our database is unequalled, and that's how information-seekers connect with expert answers so easily.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 17, 2008
CollectibleDetective.com, the largest vintage and antique directory on the web, raises its vintage Zippo lighters this week in celebration of two years on the web. Since launching in October of 2006, http://www.CollectibleDetective.com has grown into the largest directory of its kind, not to mention the easiest to navigate. The site currently includes easy-to-browse links to more than 6,000 web sites -- all of which have been handpicked as valuable sources of antique information. Within every imaginable category of antique and vintage collectible, CollectibleDetective.com visitors can instantly find resources to help them buy, sell, appraise, identify, and research specific items.
A growing number of online outlets offer antique community news and pricing guides, "but CollectibleDetective.com is unique in its focus as a directory of authenticated antique links," asserts Susan Clarke, the site's founder. "The sheer number of links in our database is unequalled, and that's how information-seekers connect with expert answers so easily." CollectibleDetective.com further leads visitors to the objects of their desire with its weekly antique calendar, which covers such broad territory as collector conventions, nationwide antique fairs and shows, classic vehicle shows, vintage clothing expos, and more.
While it is free to have a link or event notice included on http://www.CollectibleDetective.com (and it is free to use the site, with no registration required), the site will unveil a new banner-advertising program in January of 2009 for those who would like to increase their link visibility with prime page placement and graphics.
CollectibleDetective.com enters its third year of antique directory domination with steady, double-digit increases in monthly traffic, and a determination to emerge as the undisputed first-stop on the web for antique information.
Susan Clarke, founder
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