Tulsa, OK, August 21, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Need to find something in northeastern Oklahoma? Days of blindly combing through search engine results are at an end with the release of GreenCountry.com.
The brainchild of Tony Darrick Baker, GreenCountry.com is northeastern Oklahoma's premier phone and web directory. It's a one-stop shop for business, event and classified listings in the Green Country area.
"Previously, there has never been a site for Oklahoma that's as locally targeted as this one," said Baker, the president and CEO of Xeal Inc., which owns GreenCountry.com. "You had to use the yellow pages to find businesses in your area, and they're becoming less relevant as more consumers head online. GreenCountry.com takes the place of those 5-pound paperweights for people in the Green Country area."
GreenCountry.com seeks to amalgamate all the businesses and events in northeastern Oklahoma, making it easy for locals to find what's going on in their area, whether they need a plumber, a new job, or something to do for the weekend.
The site also gives a search engine boost to many of the tiny, rural towns in Oklahoma.
"There are a ton of small towns in this area that get their businesses and events pushed out of the way in regular search rankings," said Baker. "On GreenCountry.com, you can find any business or any event, no matter how large or small."
So whether it's a blues festival in Tulsa or a peach festival in Porter, Oklahomans have somewhere to go to get all the business and event information they need.
GreenCountry.com also gives the local classifieds a Web 2.0 makeover. Instead of listing in massive online job databases like Monster.com or Craigslist, local businesses can put their "help wanted" information on GreenCountry.com.
"It's a local site, with local businesses, targeting local people," Baker said. "If you're looking for part-time help, you don't want somebody from New York or Oregon responding to your ad. You want a local audience. That's exactly what GreenCountry.com gives you."
Take a look at the latest local business directory to hit the web. Visit GreenCountry.com today.
Launched on Earth Day 2008, GreenCountry.com provides comprehensive business, event and classified listings for northeastern Oklahoma.