LOS ANGELES, Feb. 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Billing itself as "simply useful," Digler.com provides Internet navigation and search capabilities in one unified, user-friendly location. Its links - all 200 of them - are easily accessible from the home page and fall into 25 popular categories - from shopping, sport and weather to travel, health and dating.
"Digler.com is perfect for the over-50 population," stated Guy Pozitzki, co-founder and CEO. "Our site is intuitive, which is ideal for individuals hesitant to dive in and explore the Internet. Our site is actually a portal that puts everything at users' fingertips in one easy-to-navigate place. Best of all, it's totally free."
Pozitzki said Digler.com also is perfect for anyone who doesn't have a lot of time to spend online. From busy executives to working parents and college students, "anyone can appreciate the information we've compiled and how conveniently we've organized it all," said Pozitzki.
Each of the 25 categories includes eight site links that feature a clickable box bearing the site's familiar logo. For instance, under "Sport" the first link is ESPN, with its easily recognizable four-letter logo in red.
"Everyone coming to our site can easily find what they're looking for by just scanning the page," commented Pozitzki. "Of course, they can also read through each category if they want to see the depth of what we've got to offer."
Digler.com is making a name for itself around the world. In addition to the U.S., the site is language-accessible in 11 other countries, including Russia, the United Kingdom, Canada, Spain and France - with more to come soon.
Moreover, Digler.com promises a streamlined web navigation experience for users who choose to make Digler.com their browser's home page. "Users who set their home page to Digler.com," explained Pozitzki, "will save themselves a great deal of time. In just one click, they can obtain the day's news, connect with friends and family on social networking sites, check their local weather, go shopping, send emails and more."
The site incorporates the Google search engine, with a search box located above all categories. The categories include the best of the web in News (New York Times, CNN, USA Today, MSN ...), Social Networks (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn ...), Email (Gmail, AOL Mail, Hotmail, Yahoo Mail ...), Video (YouTube, Hulu ...) and much more.
Pozitzki noted that Digler.com also works well on the iPad and other tablets. "Digler.com is especially useful for people on the go," he concluded.