The wiki-like directory that anyone can edit adds another 4 million business listings across 17 countries making it the world’s largest business directory.
San Francisco / London – Brownbook.net, the FREE worldwide local business directory that helps businesses get found online, has just added another 4 million business listings. Brownbook lists businesses, across 240 countries (http://www.brownbook.net/countries), making it the world’s largest international business directory.
New functionality now allows users (in addition to adding, reviewing and updating businesses), to add photos, videos, price lists, opening times as well as widgets from Skype, MSN, Meebo, Twitter, WordPress, Blogger, Facebook, Linked-In, Flickr, YouTube, Google Streetview and Booking Bug.
“Right now, we are concentrating on reaching more businesses world wide and on making the service better for businesses by giving more value to the business owner for free. We have provided even more online self service solutions that will generate more online exposure for businesses, helping them get found more online,” says Marc Lyne, Brownbook.net co-founder.
Brownbook is the free directory that anyone can edit. Anyone, in any country, anywhere in the world, can add, edit and review any business. Business owners claim their listings to optimize them, get alerts and customize them with photos, videos, logos, widgets, and any additional information. They can also use Brownbook Bidgets (Business widgets) to easily add features like reviews, maps, and video on all their other web presences. Brownbook was launched in May 2008. It now lists over 34 million businesses in 240 countries, and is available on the web http://www.brownbook.net and on mobile http://m.brownbook.net
For more information, please contact:
Marc Lyne, COO
London Road, Sayers Common, West Sussex, BN6 9HS, UK
+44 (0)208 1235 466
Dave Ingram, CEO
Mill Valley, CA 94941, USA
+1 650 646 8348