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AdOne Redesigns ClassifiedWarehouse.com

Classifieds company AdOne launched a redesigned version of its consumer site,ClassifiedWarehouse.comThe company said the redesign improves consumers' searching experiences andincreases the visibility of AdOne newspaper affiliates.

Classifieds company AdOne launched a redesigned version of its consumer site, ClassifiedWarehouse.com. The company said the redesign improves consumers’ searching experiences and increases the visibility of AdOne newspaper affiliates.

ClassifiedWarehouse.com aggregates daily updated employment, automotive, and real estate listings from hundreds of newspapers and other Internet content providers.

Consumers now can more easily search by category, sub-categories, regionally, or by metro areas and newspaper affiliates are more easily accessible to consumers with one click on the redesigned publications page.

Founded in 1995, AdOne is backed by Advance Publications, Belo Corp., Donrey Media Group, The E.W. Scripps Co., The Hearst Corp., Journal Register Co., Lee Enterprises, Media General, MediaNews Group, Morris Communications and Pulitzer Inc.

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