Succesvolle hyperlokale zoeksite CitySquares.com

August 26, 2008

CitySquares.com, the premiere hyper-local search site in New England, New York City and eastern New York State, has eclipsed the half a million user mark so far this month making it the fastest-growing search site on the internet, according to data compiled by Quantcast (current ranking 3110), the world’s only open internet ratings service. The company expects to reach one million users per month by September, 2008. CitySquares now has more monthly traffic visitors than such brand name sites as:

  • Boston.Citysearch.com
  • Dunkin’Donuts.com
  • Mastercard.com
  • NYC.com
  • WNBC.com
  • VanityFair.com

Ben Saren, CEO of CitySquares.com, says this data proves that consumers are finding the value of using a true hyper-local search site. “This kind of organic growth demonstrates that our model works and that we’re addressing a shortcoming in the marketplace. Consumers are finding what they want and businesses are seeing excellent results. We are proud so many businesses refer to us as a trusted online resource.”

Since its launch in 2005, CitySquares.com has been providing local businesses with an opportunity to reach out a targeted local online audience through its highly trafficked, consumer-facing website. Businesses are able to fully customize their CitySquares.com advertising campaign with SEO tools, content management, content syndication tools, email newsletters, video, offline tools, and much more. Users are able to easily find this content, rate and review businesses and contribute other kinds of content.

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