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Fanfare and Excitement as JJlist.com Announces Its Full Launch to an Enthusiastic Audience

New York, NY, January 17, 2014 --(PR.com)-- JJlist.com- There have been rumblings for weeks but today is the day that JJlist.com erupts into full launch mode, linking people with places and specials like never before. All in all, they felt it was time to let the world know where the best and most exciting place to be is today. Now what does that mean to you? Well that closely held secret is out and it is changing how businesses connect with their patrons by creating an environment that cultivates those relationships and allows for continual improvements and quality communication. The motivation for the creation of JJlist.com came from Business owners tired of wasted time and money toward services that show little or no return as well as the resounding frustration exhibited by some of the most active users of various social media sites and directories.

JJlist is a free site to use and what they want you to know is that it is the only place you need to visit in order to connect with friends, find a great deal and of course check out what to do or where to go. Why would you want to go from one site to another and in the end not really get everything you wanted? Another mission of the JJlist Jeniuses is that they are there to provide the value and benefits one should expect from a social business directory. You can register as an individual to socialize with friends, find a new favorite spa or restaurant and even list some yourself. Don’t forget to share with your friends the hottest places to go or the ones they should avoid, they have a saying; “List them, Rate them, Love them, Hate them!” After that you can make a reservation or an appointment with one of the many participating businesses and pay right there online, and don’t forget to check to see what steals and deals local businesses are offing too. JJlist will not let you miss out.

Is your business listed? If so, what is being said about you on JJlist.com? For the business owner, you can claim an active listing easily or register your business if not. By registering or claiming a listing on JJlist.com you will join the ever growing membership currently at 750,000, you along with other local and national business experience marketing services that are quite robust and effective; even on the free business directory. They use specific algorithms to connect your business with locals that would be interested in your products and services and will allow you to sample their secret sauce to ramp up your social media presence. By accessing their immense network of strategic partnerships registered users can get free or dramatically reduced social media and marketing services. The idea here is that by connecting with services you normally use in the course of doing business you will realize a tremendous offset in your marketing and media expenses.

The solutions put forth by JJlist.com are specific to a certain type of Website. For example, that review directory the purports to “Help”, has had a stranglehold on businesses, especially the small to midsized ones for quite some time. Even in recent press it has been said that rising concerns to as to the validity of reviewers and that perhaps falsely negative reviews where posted as punishment for not upgrading services. JJlist has responded to this by developing a proprietary process for owners to address customer concerns as well as offer good faith remedies to cure the situation. Now we understand that there will always be someone unhappy with a product or service. However, if the business owner has taken steps to improve themselves then this should be noted. In essence, it’s fair to say that JJlist is here to give you true unbiased reviews and opinions, ultimately giving you the information you need to make the best choice.

When it comes to social media behemoth, we took a page from the “book”, JJlist seems to have distilled the most fun and user friendly aspects available and taken away all convoluted picking and poking that gets in the way; this is why you are there in the first place. The users of JJlist have lauded its purist approach to the experience as refreshing. To give yet another example of how JJlist is poised to change the landscape of online reputation and business marketing, take note of the “daily deals” function which is included in all standard and higher packages. This function which is a polar opposite of sites that offer Group Coupons or social living deals in the way they create value for both the customer and merchant. Without the high fees and flash mob mentality JJlist provides merchants a way to successfully transition those one time buyers into regulars.

Some have said that this is a clear case of David verse Goliath, however if you ask the team over at JJlist.com they will agree with one addition, David would be holding a machine gun. There is no doubt in the resolve put forth from the interns all the way to the ownership that this game changer has and will continue to define excellence and relevancy for the discerning user. They also want to be clear that just because they are taking the time to celebrate the launch they are already hard at work on version 2.0. The look, the feel and user experience is projected to be extremely intuitive and fresh, early previews of the upcoming release by industry insiders have ears ringing in today’s ivory palaces and sound like they are poised to topple some of the industry’s biggest players from their current position.

JJlist.com stands firm behind their service and promised results. The process is simple and direct as you would expect from a top level business solution firm. JJlist has been so successful and is so confident that you will see the results promised and more that when you sit with the JJlist staff and agree on a specific cost per acquisition for new clients you will be given a full money back guarantee. As an additional sweetener to their already attractive offer JJlist.com is also giving the rest of the month of January for free to paid clients, no additional charge for the remainder of the month. In their opinion it is either you get free marketing and services or you get a premium product and service that will grow your business to new heights, In the words of the top Jenius in charge, “Hey what do you have to lose?”

Contact Information:
JJlist.com
Michael Vanacore
646-448-9649
Contact via Email
www.jjlist.com

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