Web services holding company aggreg launches new corporate site
aggreg has launched the company's new corporate site at www.aggreg.com. The goal of the new site is to increase exposure of the company's activities, and easily publish information regarding company developments and acquisitions.
Tel Aviv, Israel, July 4, 2007 — aggreg, one of the leading companies dedicated to the procurement and development of Web 2.0 style services and sites, has recently launched their new corporate site. The site's clean and user-friendly design reflects the company's goal: to provide services that help users easily and efficiently access and manage information.
Since its inception, aggreg has been developing and acquiring web-based services. The company's first site, and flagship project, is Strategicboard spam-free blog search (www.strategicboard.com). "When we started aggreg, our first goal was to take the entire blogosphere and essentially clean it up for the end user," explains Dudu Mimran, aggreg's founder and Managing Director. "With the number of blogs growing every day, people have trouble not only locating information, but also filtering out the garbage and spam-blogs that litter the web," he continues.
Strategicboard uses a combination of advanced algorithms and user input to provide a spam-free, user-friendly blog search experience. King Ping (www.kping.com) joined the aggreg suite in 2007, expanding the company's blog services beyond information-seekers to information-publishers: bloggers. King Ping is an all-in-one automatic pinging service. By entering their blog URL on the King Ping site, bloggers can be assured that the major blog directories are pinged with their new posts on a regular basis.
aggreg has many other active sites and services in progress, including TrendMapper, an online trend monitoring service, and numerous vertical blog portals for aggregating content on specific topics. Each portal will aggregate content from a different field, including cars, Web 2.0 applications, the Google/Microsoft war, and the Middle East.
With the number of blogs growing every day, people have trouble not only locating information, but also filtering out the garbage and spam-blogs that litter the web
For additional information on the news that is in this release, contact Dudu Mimran at e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.aggreg.com.
aggreg specializes in acquiring and operating Web 2.0 properties. aggreg owns Strategicboard, King Ping, TrendMapper, and a suite of vertical blog portals including W2Apps.com, a blog and news feed search portal focused on information about the latest developments in the Web 2.0 world. aggreg is interested in forming partnerships and assisting web entrepreneurs in developing the next killer web application.