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NetComposites Introduces Premium Directory Service

17 December 2013

NetComposites has launched a new premium service for its online industry directory to support companies in reaching a wider audience.

NetComposites hosts the largest interactive directory focused on the composites industry. There are currently over 1000 international companies listed within the directory, covering a multitude of industries from automotive to sports goods.

The directory features an easy-to-use search system, so that companies can be found by their business type or by the industry they supply. Companies included in the directory benefit from NetComposites’ high search engine keyword ranking.

The new service gives companies the opportunity to upgrade to a premium listing, allowing it to present more information to customers through the NetComposites website. Each entry now gains advantage from automatic links to any live news articles or job vacancies on the NetComposites site. It also provides 10MB of space, allowing companies to upload their own personal marketing materials, such as company brochures or case studies.

This new feature is currently being offered at a special introductory rate of just £350 per year.

Contact info@netcomposites.com for more details or to upgrade your entry.






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