The Collectibles Companies Reach #1 in Six Months The Collectibles Companies sites have all reached Number One in their fields in a very short time using a Back-to-Quality-Basics approach that collectors love.
News-Antique.com - Apr 30,2009 - Navigating the World Wide Web in search of collectibles-related information can be a little bit like driving down a Los Angeles freeway hoping to find a mint condition Shelby Cobra. With so many cars out there, you might never find your object of affection if you have to look at each car passing until you find the diamond within the coal.
The Collectibles Companies are making that searching and connecting with other collectors easier in the online collectibles industry by gathering, sorting and screening information on their family of collectibles-related websites. The Collectibles Companies, namely Collectibles-Articles.com, Collectibles-Museums.com and Collectibles-Directories.com, serve as repositories and conduits for unequaled collectibles information.
“The wealth of information available on the Internet today is both a blessing and a curse,” says Jack Straw, manager of the Collectibles Companies sites. “The curse is finding and sorting just the information you want.” In addition to the 100% human screening process, Straw says being a top-ranked site improves the quality of writers who contribute to the sites, which is great for readers. “In the field of collectibles, the Collectibles Companies do just that. With our Number One ranked sites, we provide free collectibles articles, pictures, price guides, glossaries, reference materials, news releases and listings for clubs, collections and other directories.”
In addition to on-site articles and directories filled with links to specialized topical indexes and direct links to many collectibles-related websites, visitors to the Collectibles Companies family of websites can access books authored by the Collectibles Companies’ stable of contributing writers. “Allowing our Authors to promote their Collectibles Books on our site for free is just the latest Author benefit we’ve added,” Straw says. Readers can also find many titles about collections, mainstream and obscure, in the Collectibles Companies’ online bookstore. “It just helps us to accomplish the Collectibles Companies’ mission, which is to provide accurate collectibles-related information to collectors of all types.” Information like where to find an online museum exhibit dedicated to the history of the can opener, or a glossary to guide the uninitiated through the sometimes-confusing lingo of various niche collections. No wonder the Collectibles Companies collectibles-related websites are each ranked #1 in their category.