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ExpatsToday.com Brings Online Classifieds to Expatriates Living and Working  Abroad

ExpatsToday.com Brings Online Classifieds to Expatriates Living and Working Abroad

Jan 20 2014, 7:00am CST | by

ExpatsToday.com is the best online classifieds solution for expatriates abroad. From buying and selling of cars to other items, searching jobs and advertising businesses, this platform has become the one-stop shop solution for expats all across the globe.

New York, NY, January 20, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Expatriates living and working in the Abroad have a new and informative website resource. The website is ExpatsToday.com and it provides a...

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ExpatsToday.com Brings Online Classifieds to Expatriates Living and Working Abroad

Jan 20 2014, 7:00am CST | by

ExpatsToday.com is the best online classifieds solution for expatriates abroad. From buying and selling of cars to other items, searching jobs and advertising businesses, this platform has become the one-stop shop solution for expats all across the globe.

New York, NY, January 20, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Expatriates living and working in the Abroad have a new and informative website resource. The website is ExpatsToday.com and it provides a comprehensive database of classified information about almost every topic, including jobs, automobiles for sale, housing, matrimonial issues and services of all kinds. According to the site owners, “We built this site especially for expatriates abroad who often have a hard time finding the services they need or connecting to people with similar experiences and interests.”

Visitors to the new website will find a home page that has been developed with the user in mind. Each category is organized in a concise manner and sub categories are alphabetized and contain links so that users can quickly find the information they need. One unique feature of the site is that each sub-category lists the number of classified advertisements that users can expect to see when they click on a particular link.

The site is suited for those who need to buy or sell a car, rent an apartment, buy a home, or purchase merchandise of various types. The site is also a great resource for jobs information and since many expatriates are looking for quality work, having this site as a primary networking tool is significant. A section of the site that many expatriates are already giving positive reviews is the Matrimonial site which lets individuals connect with each other. This is especially important to expatriates who may not know very many people in their new surroundings.

Use of the site is completely free and there is no registration required, not even for individuals who want to post a classified advertisement on the site. More information is available on the website at http://www.ExpatsToday.com or be sending a private message to the site owners using the embedded form on the site’s “Contact Us” page. ExpatsToday.com also has a presence on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+.

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