Waatp.com is an upcoming online people search service which just launched its 1.0 version for the public. The latest avatar of the web site includes all the latest features such as additional information sources and improved application programming interface.
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The latest edition of waatp.com, which has been recently launched, comes with improved functionality as well as usability of the web service now. The web site had been in the public testing mode for three months previously and gets over 2 million visits per month already. The latest version of the web site is expected to draw more hits on this particular people search service because the database has been updated to include more than 200 million people and is still growing steadily at a considerable pace. On this momentous occasion, Dmitry Shelest, the project founder of waatp.com, said about the future prospect of the web site that “The project is under constant development. We're creating and testing new features every day. It is going to be the best online people search service ever.”
There have been various considerable improvements to waatp.com in the newest version. The various improvisations on the web site include added ease of use, more accuracy in results as well as inclusion of results from more number of countries around the world. In addition, several key areas of the web site have also been improved considerably in order to make it more convenient for usage by the public. The application programming interface has undergone a complete makeover in order to include only the most vital information for the user on the web pages in a simple yet neat manner. This makes it plausible for the users to easily get conventional exposure to each and everyone around the whole world when their name is entered and searched on the web site. The number of advertisements on the web site has also been reduced considerably in order to ensure a more hassle free user experience. The users can also easily find the required people on a comprehensive as well as highly detailed world map in the search results.
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t recent features which have already been introduced, more services are currently being developed and coming up on waatp.com in order to make for the most wholesome experience on the people search service. The latest feature under development for the web site will make it plausible for the web site visitors to search for the names by location. The users of waatp.com also will also get the unique opportunity of adding their names to the online people search service directory on their own. Some of these upcoming features also include addition of more sources of information in order to increase the number of people listed in the existent database. The ongoing planning to add extra custom features includes additional options such as extended customer services and better language support. Improvement in the search engine in order to return the relevant results in various languages and countries in near future is envisaged to make the web site more accessible to people across the world. With the inclusion of seven different foreign languages in near future, it is expected that the users will be able to find more accurate results in a quick as well as easy manner. Similarly, the extended customer support can help in contacting the web site developers in a more efficient manner in case of any queries. The newly improved web site is surely the most happening destination for searching people in the most convenient manner.
Renevue ltd. is a privately held company, based in Minsk, Belarus (Eastern Europe). It's an internet marketing company that develops its own products and web-services in the area of search engine marketing and social networking. Renevue intends to create web-based high quality helpful services. Beta version of Waatp.com was serving over 2 millions of visitors monthly. Another project, healpth.com became one of the best doctors reviews service in USA.
CEO of the waatp.com
email: dmitry -at- renevue.com
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