Cambridge, MA (PressExposure) September 13, 2007 -- WebCosmo.com is a Cambridge, MA based independent, nonprofit website designed to network users, search and post ads. Its harder to find services that are both useful and completely free. We do hope to serve that purpose.
With the number of internet users increasing, the internet based marketplace is getting bigger, websites are launching faster than you can type "www", and it is harder to find services that are both useful and completely free. The search is over; surfers will find that Webcosmo.com is an internet based Classified Ads site that is useful and absolutely free offering the general public a convenient alternative to similar existing classified ad sites that charge a fee.
To commemorate its launch and hopefully a long-standing relationship with the internet community, WebCosmo.com promises to stay free to the public. Founded in February 2007 as an independent website, WebCosmo.com promotes freedom of the public to post and express. As an internet based classified page, WebCosmo members may post FREE and unlimited classified ads for jobs, housing, community, events, services, for sale, gigs, resumes, and personals. Community postings and event calendars are just examples of easy to use features connecting WebCosmo members in the majority of all U.S. cities and 15 countries. For added security, WebCosmo.com generates anonymous emails for user correspondence securing the privacy of users.
"Since its launch, WebCosmo.com has been an essential link for increasingly more people by providing a conduit for businesses and individuals to transmit news around the world, network, buy/sell and just stay connected" said Md Sarker, chief operating officer and web developer of WebCosmo. Sarker continued, "Our mission is to continue to grow by adding more services and technologies. Yet despite our size and global reach, the success of WebCosmo.com is still beholden to one major factor: our close, collaborative relationship with the users that we serve. We understand that much of the value we bring to our members is incumbent upon our usefulness and free service. It is a privilege to serve the community."