Niagara Falls, NY, February 20, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Soon Internet travelers of all speeds will be able to get their “www” fix with a new magazine. FinditQuick.com will be releasing its new bimonthly Internet & Computer Guide in early April. The magazine will feature articles and websites from all over the Internet relating to every subject. This publication will have something for everyone in it.
“Stick with what you know and what you’re good at,” says Ron Halleen, CEO of FinditQuick.com, Inc, “We are already a successful search engine and advertising agency so why not take it to the next level.” FinditQuick.com already helps direct people to what they are looking for with their search engine. This same concept is being applied to the layout of the magazine.
It will feature articles on everything from computer software to the newest place to put your blog and everything in between. Ads will all feature websites that should be considered great resources for navigating the web. Unique to this publication will be the Quick Guide at the back of the magazine.
The Quick Guide will have a layout similar to a phonebook. The guide will be broken down into categories that will feature websites that may have gone unnoticed to the average user. Other listings might be new or just getting started but are definitely worth the visit. Each listing will include a title, description and URL, similar to the Quick Ads featured on FinditQuick.com’s thousands of publisher sites around the Internet.
Subscriptions to the magazine are free right now to anywhere in the United States and Canada. You can sign up for your subscription by visiting www.finditquick.com/fiq_guide and entering your mailing information. Here you can also find information about advertising rates, articles in upcoming issues, deadlines for submissions and more.
FinditQuick.com is an established Internet advertising agency as well as a search engine. They have been in business for eight years and continue to grow every year. Their network contains hundreds of advertisers and handles millions of visitors each day.