SOURCE: Masterseek Corp.

Masterseek Corp.

March 21, 2011 09:12 ET, the New Facebook for Companies

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - March 21, 2011) - Masterseek, the leading business search platform and network, has announced the upcoming launch (scheduled for March 25th, 2011) of the Masterseek Beta Version of their premier business search product. With the unveiling of this eagerly awaited new Beta Version, Masterseek once again leads the way into the exciting future of business search.

At present, the Masterseek platform hosts more than 82 million company profiles worldwide, and with the number rising at the rate of more than 300,000 businesses added each month, the platform is expected to contain 86 million profiles before the end of 2011. Masterseek is the first truly effective business-search platform for those seeking accurate, up-to-date, relevant information about businesses worldwide, and with the release of the Beta Version, it is expected to continue to dominate the business-search niche.

Best of all, for companies seeking a quick, cost-effective way to gain new clients in untapped markets, the Masterseek platform offers savvy advertisers the ability to target customers by "searching the searchers" in order to find real buyers of goods and services with pinpoint aim.

Masterseek's straightforward business model is based on the fact that business subscribers pay an annual fee of USD$149 and receive full control over the profile tools, including controlling the content, advertising, job listings and more. Subscribers can easily edit profiles, add widgets including embedding video, add and link to content from LinkedIn, Twitter, Wikipedia, Google and other platforms, broadcast, share and distribute with powerful and accurate reach.

Industry observers have suggested that Masterseek may become the "Facebook for companies" since the search platform is most synergistic with the other network-building social platforms. With the release of the Beta Version and the powerful proprietary tools it offers to both business searchers and advertisers alike, Masterseek appears to be headed for a dominant role at the interface between social networking and business searching.