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Launch of community recommendations website


Digital Advance launches community recommendations website, recommended.co.nz

4 August 2008

Online Publisher Digital Advance today rolled out a community recommendations website for New Zealanders.

Recommended.co.nz brings together thinking and advice from experts and consumers, to help people find the answer to a range of everyday questions.

The site includes moderated independent recommendations on things to do and where to go around New Zealand, movies, books and health.

“Our objective is to bring together quality independent guides and recommendations, to assist New Zealanders who are doing research online” said Digital Advance Founder, Matthew Harman.

“Finding impartial online resources to discover, for example, the top things to do for free in Wellington, or Hamilton’s top cafes should be easy and up to now it hasn’t been. Recommended.co.nz will help change that” said Harman.

The site will be updated daily with the latest topical guides and recommendations.

Site users are encouraged to submit their own recommendations to the website and to comment on and rate existing content.

Recommended.co.nz is the third New Zealand website launched by Digital Advance this year. It also publishes personal finance site Guide2.co.nz and Voxy.co.nz, a popular community newswire.


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