FabricLink Helps Your Internet Networking --

The challenge to using the Internet effectively is "to get found."Fabriclink offers Seven Searchable Indexes have made it the "Google of the Textile Industry," - the networking site of choice for suppliers, manufacturers and retailers.

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June 19, 2007

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FabricLink Helps Your Internet Networking --
Popular FREE Search-By Indexes

Tarzana, CA, June 15, 2007 The challenge to using the Internet effectively is "to get found." Fortunately, there's a solution! FabricLink's Seven Searchable Indexes have made it the "Google of the Textile Industry," and the networking site of choice for suppliers, manufacturers, and retailers!

Kathlyn Swantko, president/founder of FabricLink and TheTechnicalCenter, explains, "The Indexes can be searched for raw materials and finished products used in apparel and other textile products. The Indexes, which are broken down by company, trademark, fiber/yarn, fabric, technology/finish, end use, and new product development make finding educational information easy for the consumer, and finding
ideas and networking a snap for industry businesses."

Getting listed in the Indexes is FREE! Each product is listed in all appropriate Indexes, along with a 70- word description. Businesses can also choose to have a company/product ‘Presentation Page' that captures the basics of their products or services in about 500 words with supporting graphics and link, to explain the benefits. Each Index entry is linked to the Presentation Page, which also contains web site
and e-mail links to even more information. This makes it convenient for visitors, including product designers, to quickly develop ideas and contact information for suppliers and manufacturers.

"Companies or products that have Presentation Pages also have their logos placed within the Indexes and in rotation on the primary pages of the web site," adds Swantko. "This provides even more value and visibility, at a very reasonable cost."

On line since 1995, FabricLink.com has established itself as the premier web site for education on fabrics, apparel, home furnishing and fabric care for consumers. The site provides an effective platform to reach consumers with education and promotional information. Launched in 2001, The Technical Center (TheTechnicalCenter.com) is FabricLink's, B2B web site, developed for Industry businesses, to see and to get seen by important influencers in their industry. It is fast becoming "Networking Central" for
the Textile Industry.

"Since we began, our thinking has always been to create a web site that would help industry companies do their business better,” Swantko states. "Today, there is a realization that Internet sites are essential business protocol that can be used for effective advertising, marketing and networking platforms. FabricLink.com and TheTechnicalCenter.com have shown they fit the bill! They are where YOUR
customers come to learn!"

The award-winning FabricLink.com is the premiere trade-to-consumer web site for learning about fabric, apparel and textile products. Visitors use its resources to develop the knowledge to make informed decisions about purchasing and caring for apparel and home furnishings. On line since 1995, FabricLink is a uniquely positioned platform to effectively promote your products to consumers. TheTechnicalCenter.com is FabricLink's B2B web site, for information on Technical Sports Textiles, Apparel, Home Furnishings, Safety and Protective, Medical, and Industrial Textiles. Nearly 20,000 visitors per month use the popular Searchable Indexes containing hundreds of products, which can be used to quickly find products, trademarks, descriptions and end-uses. Sponsors have links from their logos within the Index listings to graphical Presentation Pages showing product/company details and benefits, with direct links to the company/product web sites and e-mail contacts for more information.

Kathy Swantko, president of FabricLink, can be reached at (818) 345-7501, or at kgswantko@fabriclink.com.