"Our focus has always been to make our members experience as enjoyable and informative as possible."
Orange County, CA (PRWEB) July 24, 2012
Advicefile, a question and answer and business networking site, today introduced new features and an improved user interface designed to improve the site's ease of use and to create a more satisfying member experience. The primary site enhancements include a refined search function, augmented news feed preference controls and an improved advice editing process.
"Our focus has always been to make our members experience as enjoyable and informative as possible," said Craig Lawson, Advicefile Founder. "We believe the changes we introduced today accomplish those objectives and we look forward to continuing to improve our members' experience in the months to come."
Advicefile, currently in beta, is an online community where members offer questions and answers on any business related topic. The improved editing interface makes it easy for members to suggest changes to advice offered on the site. A click of a button starts the process and editing suggestions are forwarded to the individual originally answering the question. At that point the member receiving the suggestion can decide how they want to edit their advice or can choose to stay with their original post.
Members can always join any discussion or post alternative advice to a question on the site. In addition, Advicefile provides a network for members to make new business connections, receive free advice, or to simply follow questions and activities of their favorite participants.
Advicefile's mission is to create the best business question, answer and advice network on the web. The company is based in Orange County California. Membership in Advicefile is free. For more information and to sign-up for the beta version of the site, visit http://www.advicefile.com.