We plan to use a system similar to Bayesian spam filtering, which will distinguish legitimate ads from spam ads
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Rome, Italy (PRWEB) April 6, 2009
Annunci.net, a leading Italian free classifieds site, is proud to announce it has reached a milestone: one-million unique visitors per month. Launched in 2006, Annunci.net is a Craigslist-like Italian classifieds site. The Italian free classifieds site continues to grow in popularity, rivaling Kijiji.it and Subito.it. In fact, Annunci.net is strongly in the first position for the query "annunci" on Google, "annunci" meaning "ads" in Italian.
"Our competitors spend up to 200K Euros every month in advertising. Annunci.net has reached one-million unique visits per month through low budget operations, guerrilla marketing and a very recognizable brand," says Vincenzo Bacarella, Managing Director of Annunci.net.
Annunci.net founders are continuing to improve the site. In the next several months they will focus their attention on the development of a self-moderating platform to mitigate spam.
"We plan to use a system similar to Bayesian spam filtering, which will distinguish legitimate ads from spam ads," says Bacarella. The filtering will be an automated feature, so it will allow Annunci.net to improve the site without increasing operating costs. "We are very pleased to reach this milestone and will continue to work on our site to improve our visitors' experience," says Piero Bacarella, IT Manager of Annunci.net.
Launched in December, 2006, Annunci.net classifieds are available in the most populous cities throughout Italy. In 103 cities to date, Annunci.net offers free local classifieds, job postings, autos for sale, real estate listings, pets, personals and more. The service is 100% free, easy-to-use and does not require registration.
info (at) annunci.net