iStaffordshire Launch Expands Local Business Network Reach

Bournemouth, UK United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 15, 2008 -- The iGroup today announced the launch of its latest addition to the i-series of directories: iStaffordshire. The launch brings the total UK counties covered by the network of local directories to 44.

Operating on a similar model to preceding i-directories such as iDorset and iKent, iStaffordshire offers completely free advertising for business owners wishing to advertise their business online providing contact details, website link, map and directions also opening hours. Users are also able to pay for an ‘enhanced listing’ to upgrade their listing to a higher priority and improve visibility throughout the site.

iGroup founder Matt Skerrett commented “The launch of our 44th i-directory sees our UK coverage expand even further, allowing more businesses to take advantage of our completely free advertising and giving them on online presence even if they have no website. Our i-directories are unique in the fact they are all dedicated to only the county in which they are based on in contrast to other directories.”

The iGroup has seen it’s UK network of local business directories go from strength to strength in 2008. The group, now in it’s fifth year and now serving over 1m users a month, has expanded from the original iDorset to now cover over 40 counties throughout the UK, providing it’s users with an ever increasing list of innovative features such as clear and simple information, opening times, map directions and direct contact with businesses.

Visitors wishing to see the The iGroup’s portfolio of local directories should visit and visit to see their newest i-directory in action.

Contact: Matt Skerrett Managing Director iStaffordshire & The iGroup Bournemouth, UK

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The iGroup has seen it's UK network of local business directories go from strength to strength in 2008.

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Press Release Submitted On: December 10, 2008 at 4:34 am
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