San Jose, CA (PRWEB) July 09, 2012
After a sixteen-year existence as a trusted web directory allowing users to search the internet in their own language while using the first engine tailored for the European market,EuroSeek re-launched earlier this year.
Currently a paid web-directory with integrated social media and a hot new look, it has celebrated summer by waiving the typical $99 fee for new submissions. Now, EuroSeek has decided to extend that fee waiver. Instead of ending it in August, as originally planned, site administrators and webmasters now have until the end of September to submit their web pages for consideration without paying a single dollar.
Why extend an offer that's already pretty generous? CEO Wes Mayder says, "Small business owners have to be more cautious in hot summer months, with higher cooling bills, and younger employees taking vacations. If we can take away one payment, but still give them a great opportunity to extend their reach, it's in our best interest to do so."
Although EuroSeek's submission fee is currently waived, the directory remains firm in it's commitment to include only top-quality webpages, and live people will still review each submission. Also continuing is the integration with Twitter and Facebook that has been such a crucial part of the directory since re-launch earlier this year. The ability to easily share directory search results with Facebook friends and Twitter followers is coded into every page on the site, so people can display their finds in real time, in addition to rating the sites they find.
How does one's webpage become one of the selected sites that will grace the virtual pages of the new Euroseek.com for free? Site administrators and webmasters can visit the website and click the big blue button that says "Submit Your Site." More information can be obtained by sending email to marketing(at)euroseek(dot)com.
About EuroSeek: Originally established in 1996, EuroSeek.com was the Euro-centric search engine. It quickly became the largest search portal in Europe, allowing users to browse the web in more than 30 languages. In 2002, an American company took over operations, joining forces with other web directories to expand its reach. Today, EuroSeek is redefining itself as a social media-savvy paid web directory for only the highest-caliber sites.