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Cybergolf search engine for golf industry

12.10am 7th April 2005 - Corporate

The new search engine has been designed and developed to fill the missing need for relevant web search results for the golf industry and consumer.
The challenge with mainstream search engines is the broad application of search criteria. An example of this is when searching for “Seattle golf courses,” a mainstream search engine comes up with over 400,000 results. The first page includes an assortment of news stories, real estate brokers, and third-party tee-time sites but lacks the information requested – not one official website for a Seattle-area golf course appears.
Using patent pending vertical search technology, Cybergolf Search displays only relevant golf results. With Cybergolf’s VST, only relevant websites are sorted and displayed, cutting through thousands of non-relevant listings. In addition to providing relevant search results for golf, Cybergolf has integrated unique e-commerce technology in Cybergolf Search – a capability that enables golf courses to sell tee times, gift cards, merchandise and tournament registrations within the Search user interface.
“We are very pleased to announce our latest addition to the Cybergolf family of online marketing tools and websites,” said Dan Murnan, CEO of Cybergolf. “Our clients are looking to maximize their investment in online marketing. Cybergolf Search will enable golf courses to stand out and quickly drive business through the delivery of relevant web search results and e- commerce capabilities. The search and commerce capabilities of Cybergolf search enhance the entire portfolio of Cybergolf offerings.”
With clients in five countries, Cybergolf is an established online marketing leader in the golf industry. www.cybergolfsearch.com

       

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