Networking Web Site for Contractors

Words: Dan Kamys

Networking Web Site for Contractors, the networking Web site for contractors, was launched to localize all contractors worldwide on the Web. The site could be seen as a cross between Google and Facebook for users and contractors. Users can easily locate contractors nearby, contact them, or post jobs to them. Contractors, in return, can easily build their own Web sites with contact information and picture portfolios.

The Web site lays the groundwork for an international network of localized contractors, online users, and free job posts. Today, encompasses more than 420,000 licensed-contractor Web page’s in nine states, including all active licensed contractors in California.

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