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New Web Site Debuts for Travelers to Mexico
AllAboutMexico.com will benefit tourists, travel agents and business travelers,
anyone seeking information about traveling in Mexico
CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico - August 20, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- Mexico Live,
S.A. de C.V. today announced the launch of their latest web site specifically
focused on travel to Mexico. The site can be found on the Internet at
www.AllAboutMexico.com. This addition to the company's well established network
of Mexico travel sites should prove to be one of the Internet's most
comprehensive web sites about Mexico featuring information about all aspects of
traveling to Mexico.
Information is available about more than 65 cities and points of interest within
Mexico on the easily navigable web site. The site is an ongoing project that
will constantly be expanded and updated.
The site features maps, photos, practical advice for travel in Mexico, and has
information about many subjects that are of particular interest to travelers.
Also featured are special sections about Mexico's beach resorts, colonial cities,
archaeological sites and a special section for business travelers that offers
information and links about Mexico's major business centers.
Mexico Live now has a total of 19 web sites, 11 in English and 8 in Spanish, all
are devoted to making detailed information about Mexico travel and tourism easily
available on the Internet. A complete set of links to the individual web sites
can be found at www.mexicoLIVE.com. TododeMexico.com, totally in Spanish, will
be launched within a few weeks.
Traffic to the current network is growing at a rate of 35% each year. The
network will serve travel information to over 6 million unique visitors this
Sponsorship proposals are available to companies that would like to reach a
large, dedicated group of travelers with great demographics. 98% of site traffic
comes from the United States or Canada.
Mexico Live is a leader in developing detailed web sites for those who are
planning trips to Mexico's major tourist and business travel destinations. This
new site adds even more depth to the company's comprehensive network of web
sites. The next site to be developed, AllAboutBaja.com, will be entirely devoted
to the mysterious and ruggedly beautiful Baja peninsula. This site will be
launched in November of this year.
More information: http://www.AllAboutMexico.com
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