Coming August 23rd, the Future of Social Information Sites Will Change Forever

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Are you ready for the future of social information? Well, you better get ready fast, as AllTopics.com is launching their huge, fully renovated site on August 23rd. After that date, you will be able to find the best information from all over the Internet in one spot, faster then any search engine could ever be! Read how this one site plans to change the industry.

Find the best at AllTopics.com

Search engines are nice and fast, and while Bing has done a good job in bring search engines to a new level, AllTopics.com finds only the best content through our human-only team, so it guarantees only the best content around!

PRWEB) June 28, 2010 -- Is the future really here in the area of social information? Sites like Digg and other social info sites seem to have a stronghold on the industry, but are they moving in the right direction to offering anything new? Well, according to AllTopics.com, no one is moving the industry forward, so they decided to step in and take charge of the situation.

Search engines are nice and fast, and while Bing has done a good job in bringing search engines to a new level, AllTopics.com finds only the best content through a human-only team. While time-consuming and tedious, it guarantees that only the best content will be put in front of a visitor. That is one area where AllTopics is taking the industry to the next level.

Other ways this site is changing the industry is through the use of iBooks and iMagazines. People can subscribe to iMagazines, just like offline magazines, and be get new information delivered to them bi-weekly. Also, you can search through their iBooks, which is a collection of the Internet's best topics all in one place. Plus, users can create their own iBooks to share with the world.

Finally, AllTopics.com is trying to create a new way to search for information, especially on social information sites. News sites are stagnant, and that is what AllTopics is trying to change. They want their site to be social and user friendly, so that everyone feels apart of the site.

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