Montreal, Canada, April 28, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Softballperformance.com, a popular website on performance enhancement, training and conditioning for softball is now the world’s most visited softball website according to Alexa.com, the internet’s leading service to assess web traffic.
This website, launched in August 2000 by Softball Peak Performance Coach Marc Dagenais, offers specialized and softball-specific resources, performance tools, and services to help coaches develop winning softball programs and players increase their performance and develop their talent.
The site was recently updated and many new resources, tools and services were unveiled to better serve the performance needs of the softball community. The response has been so overwhelming that it has made www.softballperformance.com the most visited softball website in the world in a matter of weeks.
The site now ranks at 204,453 on the Alexa Rankings. It surpassed its closest competitor that now ranks at 209,609. “These rankings are excellent for softball sites. In fact, any softball website that gets below the 1,000,000 mark is a site that gets pretty decent traffic,” said Marc Dagenais.
According to Marc Dagenais, the success of the site can be explained by two factors: (1) it meets the needs of softball players and coaches and (2) the site has been around for almost 7 years and has developed a solid reputation over the years by helping numerous softball players take their game to the next level and many softball coaches develop high-performing softball teams.
“I am very happy with the success of the site and my goal is to continue serving the softball community by offering them even more cutting-edge resources, innovative performance tools, and high quality services. I want to help as many softball players and coaches as possible achieve success on the field,” said Marc Dagenais, site owner and Softball Peak Performance Coach.
For more information, contact Marc Dagenais of www.softballperformance.com at 514-868-2097 or via email at email@example.com.
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Phone: (514) 868-2097