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TheDirectory.com SEEK Announces Nationwide Advertising Campaign

SEEK Announces Plans To Open New Sales Offices For Advertising.


Tampa, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/21/2014 -- Thedirectory.com trading under ticker “SEEK” utilizes its vast network to generate more than 6 million unique visitors each month. The internet based company’s network includes: chiropractor.net, therapists.net, dietitians.net, and many other valuable pieces of internet real estate. Thedirectory.com is primarily an online phone book that uses vertical directories to maximize search results. SEEK also owns and operates HelloNetwork.com which is one of the largest city info guides available online. The Florida based firm announced Tuesday (4.15.14) it has filed a 10Q for Q1 2014. SEEK was excited to report a substantial debt reduction, and the generation of over $200,000 profit. The fully reporting company is optimistic the momentum will continue as it implements a nationwide advertising campaign from a new sales office. The company’s primary revenue stream is derived through business placement and advertising. SEEK understands that technology has evolved so rapidly that smaller companies can not sufficiently supply the demand; thus the company operates under a “build, buy or partner model.” Thedirectory.com brand is continuing to project its business ideals as it pushes into new regions and areas of interest while simultaneously nurturing the full potential of a growing market stake. Additionally, SEEK understands the growing demand of internet advertising; taking a customized approach for each business client. SEEK closed at 0.0021 (4.17.14). However, the nationwide advertising campaign, positive Q1 profits, and increased brand recognition could easily push SEEK to 0.013 by the end of August 2014.

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Scott Gallagher