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askalo: Finding Cars, Properties and Jobs Made Easy



11.06.2018 16:53:54 - The new classifieds search engine already has more than 30 million listings and is available in over 40 countries worldwide.

(live-PR.com) - Wiesbaden, Germany: Today, Yalwa, a leading company in the field of classifieds, has announced the public launch of askalo – a free vertical classifieds search engine for cars, properties and jobs.

askalo brings ads together from hundreds of websites and presents them in just one search. Its mission is to help people find the most relevant content faster. The platform

 

is already available in over 40 countries and speaks 6 languages: English, Spanish, German, French, Dutch and Bahasa Indonesia.

In this new enterprise, Yalwa has collaborated with hundreds of the best classifieds sites on the web to ensure the high-quality of ads on askalo. By centralizing classifieds, askalo aims to make life’s big decisions easier as users can compare offers faster and save time. Its partner websites are also profiting from increased inbound traffic. The portal has already more than 30 million listings – a figure that increases every day.

Klaus Gapp, Yalwa's CEO and founder of askalo, sees this new project as the perfect union of innovation, high quality content and efficiency:

“We are passionate about classified ads and believe in their potential to empower people in their daily lives. We have successfully launched Locanto, one of the biggest classifieds platforms worldwide. More than 10 years of experience in this field guarantee that both askalo users and partners are in good hands."

askalo is based on the conviction that simplifying the search process is possible, even when it comes to some of the biggest changes in life. With askalo, finding a fitting job, getting the car of your dreams or looking for a new home becomes quick and easy.
To that end, askalo is using a search algorithm that automatically matches the search queries with the best fitting ads. This ensures that the tailored information is presented in the best possible way. In addition, several filtering options refine the search criteria and provide even more precise results. Clicking on an ad redirects the user to the website where it was originally published. Thereby, askalo also represents a valuable marketing channel for its partners.

askalo is now available for free in a desktop version and optimized for mobile as a Progressive Web App (PWA). Yalwa has already big plans for many more features on askalo as it is constantly getting more partners and listings.


About Yalwa: Yalwa is a privately-owned internet company founded by Klaus P. Gapp. Previously, he also founded and operated OpusForum.org, a local classifieds site for the German-speaking market, acquired by eBay in 2005. Since its beginnings in 2006, Yalwa has established itself as the nexus where locals can connect with the information, goods and services they need on a daily basis.

The company operates three portals with focus on classified ads: Locanto, a popular classifieds platform; Yalwa, a local business directory and askalo, relaunched as a search engine for classifieds. Yalwa offers its services in over 65 countries across the world, covering 6 different languages.

Currently, the Yalwa websites generate altogether more than 10 billion page views every year.


Press contact:

Eduard Andreas Lerperger

Communications Manager, English-speaking Markets

E-mail: press@askalo.com


Related links:

• askalo - Classifieds Search Engine: www.askalo.com

• Yalwa Corporate: www.yalwa.info


Press Information:
Yalwa GmbH



Contact Person:
Eduard Lerperger
Communications Manager
eMail: eMail

Web: http://https://www.askalo.com/info/international



 

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