Teabenefits.com Undergoes Content Expansion
TeaBenefits.com, a website that features comprehensive information on the health benefits of various types of tea, is enhancing and expanding its content in response to an increase in the number of its visitors.
January 29, 2009 (FPRC) -- Due to the considerable increase in web traffic it experienced in 2008, tea information website TeaBenefits.com has embarked on a campaign to further enhance and improve its content to better serve its audience.
Since being launched in July 2005, TeaBenefits.com has enjoyed a steady increase in the number of its site visitors. However, site traffic has grown over ten-fold just in the past year owing to more comprehensive and useful content, more visitor-friendly design, and improved marketing and promotional effort.
Accessed on the internet through http://www.teabenefits.com, the site offers information on the various health benefits associated with the different varieties of teas and herbal infusions and decoctions. TeaBenefits.com was conceived in response to a huge demand for information on herbal remedies that can be used to prevent, avoid, and in some cases, cure certain ailments.
"We observed a need for information on how to prevent and fight diseases using materials and stuff that have been made available to us by Mother Nature. Then we thought, why not create a website that shares valuable details on the specific health benefits of specific plants and herbs." said Edwin Bartolome, site manager of TeaBenefits.com.
Bartolome further adds: "Since we knew that the easiest way to derive these health benefits is by infusing these herbs in hot or boiling water and making them into teas, we thought of focusing the website on the tea preparations for the herbs."
He notes that among the more popular pages are those on the benefits of green tea, ginseng tea, nettle tea and licorice tea. "Many of the plants and weeds that you see on your backyard may have health benefits. So have them checked and see if you can derive benefits from them." he added.
"The people of the Orient have known about these tea benefits for countless centuries, and many of them continue to have some of the highest life expectancy rates in this planet. So we got to thinking…they must be on to something. We then came up with TeaBenefits.com to help share the ancient knowledge with a whole new generation." said Roy Montoya, chief web developer of TeaBenefits.com.
The TeaBenefits.com team plans to add more entries to its ever-increasing tea selection, as well as to constantly update the news headlines portion of the site. "We also plan to add interactive features to the site to further enhance our visitor experience." said Montoya.
You can visit the site at http://www.teabenefits.com
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Send an email to Martin Prime of TeaBenefits.com