Bluefingers.com Offers Expert Advice and Online Services

Posted on November 24, 1999

Bluefingers.com has announced plans to launch its website, an online marketplace for expert advice and online services. The website is slated to launch in December 1999. Initially, the site will provide a free service that will enable Internet users to tap into a pool of human experts and ask questions on over 5000 topics.

bluefingers.com also plans to enable its subscribers to "buy" services from translators, tutors, lawyers, scientists, advisors, mentors, writers, editors and web guides. Users will be able to purchase both flat-fee services as well as bid-for services.

"We are positioned to become the premier portal of a new class of destination Web sites we call Expert Service Providers (ESPs) that will provide Internet users with a cost-effective and efficient medium to acquire expert advice and knowledge-based services," says Ahmed Bouzid, co-founder and CEO of bluefingers.com.
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