Article Keyword Videos to Watch
Click on the image to start the video.
Images - Links - Articles
Automotive Information And Definitions All Found In One Website
Ever heard of Wikicars.org? Sounds like the information website Wikipedia.org, right? It sure sounds like that site and what makes it the same is that it is created by Internet Brands, Inc. Internet Brands, Inc. is the brain, the power, and the operator of media and e-commerce sites. And now, with Wikicars.org, netizens (a term for Internet citizens) would be able to learn more about cars and everything automotive.
Wikicars.org has already been launched. And powered by Wikipedia, it is considered as the very first of its kind – an automotive site powered by such a powerful source of information on the Internet. According to its creator, Wikicars.org has been built on the premise that the best kind of information on anything and everything automotive come from car shoppers, professionals, experts, and enthusiasts. With that, Wikicars.org allows all its guests, users, and visitors to add more information, edit information, and start new topics. And now, enthusiasts claim that this website is going to be the most comprehensive source of automotive information in the whole world.
Bob Brisco is the CEO of Internet Brands. He states, “Wikicars will combine the breadth you expect from Wikipedia with the guidance you expect from professional reviewers and informed consumers. Online shoppers are overwhelmed by information these days – including the hundreds of sites offering thousands of individual user postings. Wikicars distills all that information down to one or two pages reflecting the shared wisdom of experts and everyday drivers alike. With global collaboration as the foundation, we expect Wikicars to develop into the world’s deepest source of automotive knowledge and wisdom.”
You will find various types of automotive content in Wikicars.org. There are parts on hybrid cars and the future of hybrid cars. Information on auto parts and auto accessories like aftermarket parts for Lincoln Navigator. You will also find features and specifications of cars and automobiles at present or even those who are no longer in production. Guides on how to purchase the right kind of vehicle are also included in the site. There are even pieces of trivia on the fastest vehicles made, the best in fuel efficiency, and the most popular ones.
About the Author: Pamela Hewitt is marketing consultant of a successful auto body shop in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This 39 year old is also a prolific writer, contributing automotive related articles to various publications. She is also an offroad enthusiast.