Fairfax, VA, May 28, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- WebFinance Inc. just launched PoliticsDictionary.com, a free online dictionary with over 4,000 terms, full definitions, links to related terms, and a powerful search tool. This is terrific news for students, teachers, parents, and government officials alike. Whether you’re at home, school, or on the go, you can access this world-class politics dictionary from any Internet-connected computer or mobile device.
http://www.PoliticsDictionary.com an essential reference tool for anybody who wants to understand the terminology used in politics, government and public administration. With its intelligent search and related terms links, users can quickly look up words and definitions. There is no need to purchase and carry around a heavy dictionary, or flip through hundreds of pages to find what you are looking for. Now, everything can be done within seconds, making it much easier to broaden your vocabulary, and increase your knowledge of politics.
“We started with a vision of providing the world with free and easily accessible content to help people learn and make empowered decisions,” said Thomas Murcko, CEO of WebFinance, Inc., “and the addition of PoliticsDictionary.com to our portfolio of websites is another major milestone to help us achieve that goal.”
WebFinance Inc., based in Fairfax, Virginia, is an Internet company with a mission to provide freely accessible educational content to the public. Currently, the company’s flagship websites InvestorWords.com and BusinessDictionary.com are helping nearly 10 million users a month. Today, the company continues to expand into a wide range of subject areas. Some of the recently launched websites include http://www.Law-Glossary.com, http://www.CommerceDictionary.com, and http://www.Media-Dictionary.com.
For additional information on PoliticsDictionary.com, or any of the sites operated by WebFinance Inc., please visit the sites listed above, or call 703.865.7218.