Continue Dominance in Business-to-Business Search
New York, NY (WiredPRNews.com) Following several weeks of industry rumor, Masterseek is set to release the new Beta Version of its business-to-business (B2B) search platform on Friday, March 25th, 2011, according to company executives. This long-anticipated upgrade is expected to further increase the strong competitive advantage already enjoyed by Masterseek.com in the business-search niche.
Business owners, managers and other professionals who search for business purposes have already been enjoying the benefits offered by the Masterseek search platform, such as the ability to conduct fast, intuitive searches with relevant, highly-targeted results. Now, with the enhanced functionality of the new Beta Version, business subscribers and advertisers gain valuable tools with the power to bring significant new business.
Currently, the Masterseek.com search platform features over 82 million business profiles worldwide, and with an average 300,000 new profiles added monthly, Masterseek is on-track to reach a total of 86 million company profiles by the end of 2011. Masterseek is the platform of choice by serious searchers for relevant and up-to-date business information, and the release of the Beta Version is expected to help the Company retain its dominance in the business-to-business search industry.
The most important news about Masterseek’s new Beta Version may lie in the significant new tools available for companies seeking cost-effective ways to win new clients. The Beta Version offers business subscribers and advertisers the power and flexibility to reach out to prospective clients with pinpoint accuracy, at minimal cost.
According to executives, the Masterseek business model is based on an annual business subscription fee of USD $149 in return for which subscribers receive a wide range of valuable tools and services: Full editing control over the corporate profile, content and advertising; widgets, including embedded video; the capability to distribute, share and interoperate across all social and business platforms, including LinkedIn, Twitter, Wikipedia, Google, and other platforms, through all Web-based and mobile devices including iPhone, iPad, and browser plugins for Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer.
Because of the comprehensive reach and value of the Masterseek search platform, some analysts have predicted that Masterseek.com may become the “Facebook for companies” because the platform is quickly becoming a networking hotspot and building a community. With the anticipated release of the Beta Version, it seems likely that Masterseek will continue its leadership in the highly competitive business-search niche and probably gain even more influence as the synergy between social and business networking continues to gain momentum.
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