From the latest information on 3D TV to ivory husks to information about motorcycle restoration or the perfect wedding theme, what if you could find information on just about anything you need... all in one place... all at the same time?
Marion, WI -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/03/2013 -- From the latest information on 3D TV to ivory husks to information about motorcycle restoration or the perfect wedding theme, what if you could find information on just about anything you need... all in one place... all at the same time? Per announcement today, the Super Info Center is here (http://superinfocenter.com/).
Now live and containing a wealth of information, the Super Info Center is a non-subscription-based data-directory compilation of articles, videos and more. Users access the website free of charge and browse the directory’s index of topics on the home page. The site content appeals to a broad range of Internet users seeking information on topics such as health, wealth, education, finance, animals, DIY home projects, electronics, hobbies, parenting, social media and social networking - to name just a few.
With a simple, unassuming layout, The Super Info Center presents information in an organized and easy-to-navigate fashion. Users choose a category link and gain access to thousands of articles, videos, how-to guides and other related media, as well as access to an online store. The information is the focal point of the website, and advertising sponsorship is kept at minimum levels.
“I wanted to create a one-stop shop with tons of useful information,” said Super Info Center creator Timothy L. Roe. “Other sites are niche based, subscription based or more like an encyclopedia,” Roe explains. “The Super Info Center is easy to use and categories are updated daily. If you’re searching for it, chances are the ‘Center has it.”
As the brainchild of Internet marketer Timothy L. Roe, the Super Info Center is a datadirectory compilation of articles, videos and more, where users gain access to “tons of information,” 24-hours a day, free of charge. For more information on how to contribute to the directory or to purchase limited ad space, visit the ‘Center (http://superinfocenter.com/).
Timothy L. Roe