Dublin, Ireland Ireland (PressExposure) April 24, 2007 -- Surprisingly, the recently launched Internet search guide broadband-betterdeals.com asks his users to review its features. As marketing manager Tim Robertson announced, everyone is welcome to try out their services and then leave a feedback. Hence, the marketing department can find out about possible shortfalls and take measures against them.
Providing information about different package offers from the UK broadband market, broadband-betterdeals.com supports interested customers in finding a decision. Not only rates but also feature and performance data listed in comparison tables appears on the site. Thereby, the guide aims at orienting its users and enhancing competition in the market. In order to constantly improve the site, the developers seek to get customer feedback.
âWe have got some positive comments from our users. But we also need negative feedback to find out if there is anything we can do to further develop our services,â explained Robertson. According to him, broadband-betterdeals.com is confident in providing a sufficiently wide range of alternatives that represents the marketâs current bargains. However, as the developers want to assure that the provided information finds everyoneâs understanding, they are willing to follow the slightest hints for possible improvement.
Robertson declared that the â[â¦] site is for consumers to find out what package fits in for them. So, we need to know how they find it to navigate and to receive our selection of competitive offers.â Although test runs had led to good comments from expert users, broadband-betterdeals.com insists in studying the resonance from beginner users who use the Internet for occasional shopping and to obtain product information.
In addition to this focus on customer involvement, broadband-betterdeals.com implements consumer opinions on different package offers in a separate section to interpret the formal data presented in tables.
One of the latest creations by the network of vertical sites betterdeals.com, the Internet search guide [http://www.broadband-betterdeals.com] has been launched in the beginning of the year. The networkâs team of passionate Internet professionals aims at providing consumers with a guide to the increasing offer of information, products, and services on the Internet. Active since the end of 2003, betterdeals.com is created and managed by Go Advertising Limited, Dublin.