TattooFinder, in our opinion, is the best, most up-to-date and resourceful tattoo flash site on the Internet. The inclusion of Tattoo Finder makes AskTattoo the ultimate search engine for anyone into tattoos.
Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) June 9, 2010
TattooFinder.com™ (http://tattoofinder.com), a leading website providing top quality tattoo designs to those looking for tattoo ideas, is featured in the new tattoo-centric search engine, AskTattoo.com (http://www.asktattoo.com), owned and operated by CheckOutMyInk.com (http://www.checkoutmyink.com). Any tattoo-related search on AskTattoo.com allows users to toggle between varieties of information from trusted online resources. For example, a search on “butterfly tattoos” results in photos of actual tattooed butterflies on people from CheckOutMyInk.com, consolidated search results for tattoo-friendly butterfly designs by TattooFinder.com™, general Internet search information on butterflies from Google™, butterfly tattoo images on the web via Bing™, video from YouTube ™ and audio from LastFM™.
Bobby Stark, Owner of CheckOutMyInk.com originally created COMI to provide a free site where people could look for tattoo ideas, show off their ink and participate in a tattoo community. “COMI is a great site to get honest feedback on tattoos you have, and an inspirational resource for your next tattoo ideas,” Stark explains. “We also wanted a resource for tattooists to upload their work and allow other people to see it and to get in touch with that tattoo artist.”
AskTattoo.com is an out-growth of the CheckOutMyInk.com website, providing a single access point to multiple trusted tattoo resources on the Internet, and the ability for users to skin backgrounds and upload links to their other favorite sites. In addition to targeting tattoo-seekers, AskTattoo.com is also designed for use by tattooists. Stark continues, “Tattoo artists can upload their own artwork as the start page background image on AskTattoo.com and provide quick links to their full online portfolios on other websites. By running Asktattoo.com at the shop, customers can easily perform a targeted keyword search (say “Dragon Tattoos”) via TattooFinder.com™ and when they find the right tattoo-friendly dragon design they simply print out the artwork and stencil, and the tattooist starts tattooing.”
“TattooFinder, in our opinion, is the best, most up-to-date and resourceful tattoo flash site on the Internet, and we have been working creatively and successfully with them for over 3 years now.” Stark states. “The inclusion of Tattoo Finder makes AskTattoo the ultimate search engine for anyone into tattoos.”
TattooFinder.com™ is a powerful design resource for tattoo-friendly design reference. The site offers exceptional quality tattoos by world renowned artists and new, up and coming talent in the industry. TattooFinder.com features tens of thousands of exclusively tattoo-ready designs and their accompanying stencils the tattooist needs to apply the tattoo to skin.
“We have always put our strongest emphasis on the end consumer,” comments Lou Bardach, Owner and CEO of TattooFinder.com™. “CheckOutMyInk.com allows users to gain inspiration for their next tattoo by seeing what artwork others have inked on their skin. TattooFinder.com provides tattoo-friendly design reference for those planning their next tattoo. TattooFinder.com has successfully worked in partnership with CheckOutMyInk in other ways previously, and having these two resources, along with other reputable sites combined into a single search venue at AskTattoo.com benefits the end consumer.”
TattooFinder.com™ is a Division of Flash2xs.com, LLC (http://www.flash2xs.com), an Internet-based company located in Denver, Colorado, owned by Lou Bardach, Rachael Bardach, and Brett O'Connor. Lou and Brett have worked in the Internet applications development, graphic design, and online marketing fields since the mid-1990s and Rachael has been tattooing since 1991. The TattooFinder.com website was launched in January 2003, and members of this team have been selling tattoo artwork since the early 1990s.
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