Ottawa, Ontario (PRWEB) December 16, 2013
Aviva Directory, a feature-rich, searchable index of premier Internet resources, announced today the launch of an updated, improved and visually enhanced version of their web site, at AvivaDirectory.com.
Expanding on its organized content and functionality, the new layout of Aviva Directory provides instant access to its powerful search feature, while article snippets are dynamically presented on the directory's home page, bringing attention to current articles and other important content.
Quick shortcuts to an extensive Aviva Regional Directory, consisting of geographically presented regions, and a specialized Aviva Blog Directory, are always available on the right side of every page, in the form of call to action images.
"Aviva Directory has always been associated with content freshness, and the Aviva Girl has also received an upgrade," said Jeff Behrendt, founder and administrator of the directory, adding humorously: "We are striving to be modern and upbeat, unlike your father's web directory. Aviva Directory will be receiving several more upgrades in the coming months, to improve the user experience, quality of content, and safety of links; we are a family-friendly resource."
Aviva Directory is among the top 11,763 web sites of the Internet, according to metrics by Alexa.com.
About Aviva Directory
Since 2005, Aviva Directory has been providing millions of visitors with quality links to resources and information, devoid of spam and questionable content.
Submissions to the Aviva Directory are evaluated individually, in order to meet or exceed strict standards of content quality; no adult, gambling, warez or illegal web sites are permitted in its list of resources.
Primary categories include: Arts & Literature, Business & Industry, Computers & Internet, Faith & Spirituality, Health & Well-Being, History & Genealogy, Local & Global, People & Daily Life, Politics & Government, Reference & News, Science & Technology, Shopping & eCommerce, Sports & Recreation, and Travel & Tourism.