Click4.com Announces Giveaway

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Click4.com Announces Giveaway

New York, NY Click4.com, an Internet search engine that allows
consumers to locate, evaluate and schedule service calls with
neighborhood service businesses, has announced that it is giving
away $5 million worth of high-visibility listings to the first
10,000 service businesses that apply and qualify through the Web
site.

Developed to overcome the major hurdles facing small businesses
which market services on the Internet such as the inability to
attract local clients and the high cost of establishing and
effective Internet presence the search engine is being viewed as a
new alternative for architects, contractors, remodelers and kitchen
and bath dealers seeking to attract new clients in their local area
via the ‘Net.

“We intend to become the number one destination for consumers
who want to arrange for household services without resorting to
calling a number of businesses ‘blind’ and hoping one will show
up,” said Steven Brodsky, founder and CEO of Click4.com.

With this search engine, users can enter a zip code, and obtain
instant search results for local Click4.com business members,
including the business’ affiliations, guarantees, experience and
service hours.

In addition, consumers will be able to request references, print
discount coupons,and learn about the experiences that other
consumers have had with the business. They can also add their own
opinions on the quality of service received. Brodsky also notes
that soon, consumers will be able to schedule service appointments
online.

“On our site, neighborhood service businesses can reach the
growing population of busy consumers who want to use the Internet
to research and engage a local service professional,” he added,
“both businesses and consumers will appreciate this new
approach.”

Brodsky also noted that Click4-.com will be starting a
multi-million dollar advertising campaign sometime in the
spring.

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