USSeek Web Directory to Launch this May, Allowing Users to Search Local.

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It's no secret that people increasingly choose to search the Internet rather than flip through the yellow pages when searching for services, restaurants, and other businesses, but soon searching will be just a bit easier. How? With the launch of, a local web directory that focuses on businesses and services found only in the United States.

For site owners, USSeek offers an opportunity to be part of a directory of local website listings that have been vetted for quality by the same people responsible for the CarSeek site where car shoppers and aficionados can get reviews and quotes on new vehicles. The sites that will be listed in the directory will be verified to be established, solid pages, with a robust infrastructure , a minimum of hard-sell tactics, and are sorted by city for easy access

For site users, provides, not just a directory of the best websites and e-businesses on the net, but it also allows people to rate the sites they visit, and comment on their experiences with them, helping other visitors to make better choices, and helping business owners to learn what works and what doesn't, with regard to online advertising.

While many web directories exist, most try to be incredibly broad in their scope. USSeek has committed to focusing solely on American sites and services, providing a local flavor that an international community might lack. The rating system, also, makes the directory interactive, rather than passive, and lets users have a voice in which local businesses are doing the best job with their online information and sales.

Explains the CEO Wes Mayder, "It's easy to tell people to 'buy American' or 'shop local,' but it's difficult to do that if you don't know what the best local options are. With, people can search local and get great results." will go live on May 15th.

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