A new solution portal, findsolve, provides a unique option to companies across the world to be on equal standing when it comes to internet presence. Instead of getting lost among millions of websites, businesses will now have the chance to be found in one central location, by those who are looking for their services.
"I ran twelve-day expedition rafting trips for corporate groups and that gave me a chance to meet some amazing leaders, refine my ideas and get some fantastic advice and inspiration. findsolve will revolutionize the way the world finds businesses and solutions," Brad Greene, the creator of this solution, said.
Put simply, findsolve will allow companies to post their solutions, ranking them by the number of customer recommendations and allowing people to find what they want, where they want, without trawling through search pages.
Chris Roberts, Founder of Engaged Marketing and University of Queensland Industry Fellow said: “You can pay so much for search engine optimization and still end up on the second or third search page amidst a list of web pages that might not be particularly relevant to the original search. findsolve is one of the best internet solutions I have seen - it puts everyone on a level playing field and gives the world a central place to look for quality information and solutions of any type or industry."
To list on findsolve, businesses will need to answer five simple questions focusing on why their solutions offer the most benefit to the person searching for those services. Businesses can list their solution for a minimal fee of US$120 for each six month period.
"Businesses who sign up first in their category will benefit from the worldwide launch of the site and begin to collect customer recommendations -and if they are good at what they do, stay at the top of our ranking system," Mr Greene said.
"No matter the size of the business, they will achieve popularity and better ranking by being the best at what they do, not being the biggest."
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