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Dir India to introduce new categories with a focus on kids’ products
Date:6/21/2013

(PRWEB) June 21, 2013

In a bid to enhance its scope, DIR India, the popular online directory for goods and services, has created several new categories for listing. All the new categories will be related to kids. To kick off this initiative, listings for schools and tutorial services, toy vendors, children’s garment shops, hobby classes and workshops, and amusement parks will be added to the directory.

The addition has been done after an in-depth market research, which showed that there is a gap in the market for information related to children’s products and services. A large number of respondents said that teenagers, as well as parents of young kids often look for suitable services at reasonable prices, but due to lack of comprehensive directories, they are not able to make a thorough search. DIR India’s new listings will enable them to find all services and products listed at the same place and even compare prices before they make a buying decision.

Informing users and media about the addition to the site, the directors of the company said that the listings will be done after compiling the information gathered through the research conducted to find the best services and product suppliers in various cities. There will be reviews added to give an idea about the quality of service or products. As this is an extension to the online directory, the company has invited users to give suggestions and feedback. After all, adding pertinent information that will be useful for children is no child’s play.

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DIR India is an online directory with listings for a wide range of products and services, like gadgets, home appliances, automobiles, health and education. The team that runs the directory has technical as well as marketing experts. A service or product can be listed on the site by sending a mail to info(at)diri
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