CARLSBAD, Calif., March 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Each year, over 20 million buyers from small-to-medium enterprises turn to Business.com to discover, compare and purchase the products and services they need to run and grow their businesses. Based on the data Business.com Media, Inc. has collected from the millions of buyers using the site and feedback from the company's advertising clients, the company today officially launches a new redesigned site.
The new site design is a reflection of the company's world-class team of developers, digital marketing experts, designers and even a Ph.D. in Human Computer Interaction researching how active buyers in growth companies use the Internet to make purchasing decisions. The millions of buyers using Business.com generate well over $1 billion in incremental annual revenues for the over 10,000 companies that advertise with Business.com.
"Simply put, our mission is to help people grow their businesses," says Tony Uphoff, CEO. "In addition to the data we collect from our buyers who use Business.com, we also conduct over 5,000 phone interviews with buyers every month to better connect them with the right sellers. We will continue to use these real-time insights to provide the best experience for business product buyers and the advertisers who rely on Business.com"
The new Business.com is a fresh, contemporary design, architected specifically for how buyers use information online today to discover, compare, and purchase high-quality products and services.
Business.com Media, Inc. helps over 20 million buyers from small-to-medium enterprises each year to discover, compare, and purchase the products and services they need. These buyers come to Business.com to cut through the clutter of online search results and avoid having to sort out the huge number of individual vendor sites. Business.com is a JMI Equity portfolio company and based in Carlsbad, California. Visit us at www.business.com, subscribe to the blog, call 888-441-4466, or follow us on Twitter @BusinessDotCom and @B2BOnlineMktg.