B2b Launches Mini-Site to Handle Service Inquiries

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b2bBIZ.com said yesterday that it has gone live with a minimized version of its Web site to handle inquiries about its service. The company is an Internet Web advertising and marketing service provider that allows business-to-business companies to aggregate and publicize their Web sites.


B2bBIZ, Long Island City, NY, owns more than 2,000 BTB dot com URL's that use the B2B prefix, followed by the generic name of an industry, such as b2bEmployees.com, b2bBanks.com and b2bCosmetics.com.


Initially the company will allow customers to advertise their own Web sites in b2b's b2bYellowPages.com.


Customers can use their own URL, one of b2b's URLs or create a subdomain using the b2bYellowPages URL.


The Web site will exhibit horizontal and vertical communities and provide a variety of business and product information, services and exchange content.


The service's Web site said it plans to officially launch in September.
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