Business Faves is up and running and better than ever. Now you can easily add your business with just a couple simple details. The ad looks great and they only allow positive reviews. It’s a place for people to find their new favorite businesses not rant about possible issues. They can go to Yelp or the BBB to complain, business faves is about what’s great with your business.

This means free traffic to your business and website, and a place that will make your business look better.

Add your business here

The main site is www.bizfaves.com

Not only is it free and cutting edge technology it also is easy, you can add your business without even logging in if you want. The search option for customers allows them to choose a location or click the GEO tracker to find things close by. It’s so easy people with no computer experience will be able to use. It also is fully responsive for all platforms, phones, ipads, tablets, laptops, tvs, computers, you name it!

It also allows you to add high quality photos for a really modern professional looking listing. It’s best to add big real world pictures, not graphics. Take a nice photo of your business it will be worth it in the way the listing works and looks.

The site is just waiting to be filled up before they start marketing. With over a 100k advertising budget, once more businesses are added you will probably see the service on TV. All business listings added before any price changes will remain free forever.

So you add your business now and get a free listing for life no matter what the Business Faves decides to do later on.

The service is managed by Web Host Pro a Los Angeles based high powered web hosting. They are the ones that will make sure the site loads fast every time!

We love to see new businesses pop up that are improvements on others, Business Faves is better than any other business directory we know of now.

Check it out and add your business, it’s well worth it.

Posted by Charles Yarbrough

Charley has been working as a webmaster since 1998. Since then, he has had his hands in thousands of websites and has helped millions get online through a company he partially owns called Web Host Pro.

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