Our next goal is to provide information to other communities who are frequent binocular users
Guelph, ON (PRWEB) July 14, 2009
Website publisher MFE Interactive announced today that The Binocular Site, a consumer focused portal for binocular shopping and information, now hosts information on over 100 bird watching spots in its birding locales directory. The directory was established in 2008 and contains information, reviews and photos of the locations, which span all across North America.
"We've worked really hard to make this a resource birders can use to not only obtain information about spots they might be thinking of visiting, but so that they can also share their own experiences with fellow birders," said Stuart Wood, a Marketing Specialist for TheBinocularSite.com.
In addition to the birding locales, TheBinocularSite.com also made good on previous promises to make the site a resource not only on binoculars themselves, but also their various uses. The site now features additional content specifically aimed at birders, including various birding articles written by avid members of the birding community and one of the largest listings of birding clubs in North America.
"Our next goal is to provide information to other communities who are frequent binocular users," Wood stated. "There are several sub-set communities, like hunting, that could use a place to find good information to tie into their frequent binocular usage with their particular hobbies."
In addition to all of their work to connect with their users' passions and pastimes, TheBinocularSite now features over 200 consumer reviews of individual pairs of binoculars.
Established in 2008, TheBinocularSite.com is a consumer-focused portal for researching, reviewing, choosing and using binoculars, spotting scopes, rangefinders and other related optical equipment. In addition to valuable consumer information, the site also features ratings and reviews by actual users. The site aims to be a one-stop resource for avid binocular users.
For more information on binoculars, please visit: http://www.thebinocularsite.com.