Redpages Receiving More Listing Requests with Free Service

Aklan, Philippines (PressExposure) September 22, 2009 -- One of the leading and fastest growing directories in Philippines, Redpages is receiving a good response from buyers and sellers for the free listing services offered by the company. The initiative taken by the company to promote business at local level is surely going to be beneficial for a lot of small and big businesses.

“By opting for our free listing service, clients are able to get more potential buyers & sellers online. Our registered members are happy to identify and reach retailers & suppliers by a single click on Philippines yellow pages. This is a revolutionary medium to increase network at local level and Redpages is happy serving the Internet marketing demands of clients. This is not all, many of our members including Dizon Farm, Nichido Cosmetics, Dermstrata and Deeco Electronics have their listings on the top Google search results. We are looking forward to come up with more schemes and offers for all the clients,” said Dennis O. Ng, CEO of the company.

Business owners can advertise their company's name under different buy and sell Philippines [] categories provided on the website. The site is actually a large database of most accurate listings that will help in finding relevant search results.

The experts at Redpages are making sure that every listing is thoroughly checked for its credibility before it is finally advertised on the website. This helps the online directory in further providing more reliable information to the users.

About Redpages

The fastest growing online directory, Redpages provides business listing services with the motive of promoting small and big businesses in the Philippines. On the site of Redpages, you can search for a particular buyer/ supplier or choose a business category to carry on with your research work to further expand your network on the World Wide Web.

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Press Release Submitted On: September 22, 2009 at 1:29 am
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