New Sites Are Acquired By ASAP Ventures Which Increase its Ever-Increasing Network

November 29, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
November 29, 2010 Adding to its already very strong group of online businesses, ASAP Ventures acquired three more consumer-based and information-focused websites;, and The new sites will increase the company's foothold in the consumer advice market in the UK.

With the UK government bringing in more budget cuts, the UK consumers' eyes are on the public transport system all of the time, therefore the new site will be a great resource for advice and information about buses, trains and more.

Another acquisition by ASAP Ventures Ltd is, which will allow anyone interested in road bikes and the latest information or advice on particular biking subjects. An expert-led team update the site regularly.

For any youngster, joining the armed forces and the Royal Marines is very popular. The new site lets potential marines learn and absorb information and advice about joining and tells them what to expect.

Commenting on the recent acquisitions, Derek Paulson from ASAP Ventures Ltd said: "Our latest websites are in fantastic niches and will only assist our ever-growing range of advice and information sites. We are very happy with our new purchases and we will continue to strive forward in these markets".

About ASAP Ventures Ltd, and are all owned and operated by ASAP Ventures and the domains were acquired by the company in November 2010. ASAP Ventures is a specialist in the online arena, with over 10 years' experience in creating and developing high performing websites in markets ranging from travel and recycling to dating and promotions. The company has expanded significantly over the last five years through a programme of domain name acquisition and development, with the company's portfolio of websites attracting tens of millions of visitors and creating over US$200 million in sales for their partners.

ASAP Ventures now operates four offices - three in the UK and one in Australia.

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