110PRO Ltd. Announces Ongoing Progress at Hotels-In.com
110PRO Ltd. is pleased to announce www.hotels-in.com -- the latest Web 2.0 portal for North American hotels and tourism -- is off to a running start. The free source for independent hotel profiles and destination-specific travel information is growing daily.
Conceived as a free source for independent hotel profiles and destination-specific travel information, Hotels-In.com is proud now to offer a variety of new material. Users can download free relaxing music from the Hotels-In.com “Free Stuff” link. Additionally, the Hotels-In.com blog is now showing a strong presence with multiple bloggers and personalized content.
Since going online in October, the Hotels-In.com development team has added a significant number of independent hotel profiles to the website. These profiles provide accurate assessments of hotels throughout the United States and in cities and countries worldwide.
“We’re very excited about all the progress Hotels-In.com has made in such a short period of time. It’s a real sign that we’re moving towards our goals and positioning ourselves in a way that will result in a significant amount of online traffic. This new content will help us better reach travelers in the personal and accessible way we hope to be known for,” says Daniel Knappe, President of 110PRO Ltd. and the innovator behind Hotels-In.com.
Hotels-In.com is free to use and does not require users to create an account. An excellent resource for frequent travelers, the website distributes news about hotel openings, celebrations, renovations and specials via fully integrated services such as Twitter.
About 110 Pro Ltd.
110PRO Ltd. has developed and operated innovative, sector-specific websites and portals for the past 10 years. The company has been working with Web 2.0 in Europe since 2003, when it launched gestohlen.org, a Germany-based interactive database of stolen goods. 110PRO Ltd. utilizes its infrastructure of offices and subsidiaries in New York, Berlin, Austria and the United Kingdom when developing Web 2.0 portals.