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Kiwi Web Directory Adds 10,000 Listings

15 FEB 2001

Fastest Growing Kiwi Web Directory Adds 10,000 Listings In Six Months

Kiwi web directory NZSearch has reached a major milestone in providing over 10,000 free website listings in just over six months.

"When you consider that every one of these listings has been manually visited, edited and approved by hand, you start to realise the significant task that has taken place, and it's only the beginning... " says Chris Woodrow, co-owner and manager of top ranking website company NZCity.

"With major integration into our kiwi portal NZCity, NZSearch provides a powerful and unique way for New Zealand website owners to expose their site to relevant visitors free of charge - so far the best performing listings have received almost 10,000 visitors from the service." Mr Woodrow says.

NZSearch is a next generation Web site directory that helps Kiwis find relevant New Zealand sites. Features include the automatic removal of dead links and duplicates, integration into NZCity's portal, NZ online shopping directory and advanced searching of sites to list only sites containing specific features such as chat, online gaming, downloads or sites targeting specific age groups.

The NZSearch Web Directory can be found at

NZ Web site owners can list their sites for free at

For more information please contact Jon Werry on (04) 560 9093 or

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Jon Werry

Internet Development Manager New Zealand City Limited ph (04) 560 9093

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