Dear ExplorOz Reader,|
We've just had a sneak preview of our monthly stats for January
(still another 3 days to go) and can't contain our excitement any longer - a few moments ago we had our
100,000th user on the site in this month alone. (That's an increase of over
15,000 new users this month!)
Launch of the Australian 4WD Search Engine
The Business Search Engine on ExplorOz.com has
recently undergone an overhaul and is now better than ever. The
improvements focus on better visibility, ease of use and the
official launch of it as a web-tool that anyone can add to their
site for free. Note - it does not crawl websites to gather data.
URL's must be submitted to be included.
This is the new-look search bar
Add it to your website for FREE
This Search Bar is the prominent tool for using
the Business Search Engine (it is found under the Resources menu
on ExplorOz; the bottom of every Forum page; and it appears when
clicking Priority + logo links from Trek Notes).
The Search Bar remains at the top of all pages
when using the Search Engine, making refinements of search
results much easier
Better display of listings - less clicks to
access full contact information and links
Simplified process of adding a new listing to
the Business Search Engine
Facility for other people to submit a new
business to the Search Engine
Facility for the Australian 4WD Business Search
Engine to appear on other websites - all pointing to the same
The idea behind providing the Australian 4WD Search
Engine as a web-tool is to simplify and coordinate the listing of web links
in Australia. There is no other resource that provides this for
web-users. For all webmasters, this new tool will make links page
maintenance a breeze as they can have a direct link to the
Australian 4WD Search Engine rendered in their own site at no cost.
It's simply a matter of inserting the HTML code that we provide. More
NOTE - If you know of a business that
supplies goods or services that are related to the readers of
ExplorOz, then please enter their details by clicking on the button in the search bar
Link to ExplorOz Content
Many people ask us if they can put a link from their
website to us. We are happy for you to do this from any site,
whether it is commercial, private, club or whatever. However, there
or Copyright. Please refer to Link
to Us before you setup any links.
If you wish to render content from ExplorOz directly
on your site, or wish to use any of the ExplorOz content in any
commercial way then you will require Corporate Membership. Check
here to find out if you need an agreement.
ExplorOz does it again...
|For the 3rd quarter in a row, www.ExplorOz.com
has been ranked across Australian websites to be in the Top 10 of
all Vehicle-Recreation websites based on site usage. |
Adventure Shop Products
Did you know that if you become an ExplorOz
Member you receive 5% from each order you place as a discount for
future purchases, and its accumulative!|
By popular request we've sourced this new cookbook recently published
by Ron and Viv Moon.|
Moon's Outdoor Cookbook
Desert Parks Passes and Renewals are now available.
Do you need one? Check our permits
page for details.
For those that purchased a full pass last year,
don't forget no matter where you purchased it, you can buy your
renewal from ExplorOz.
New DOLA titles
all just $7.85 each.
New Hema titles
- East & West $7.95
and Region $5.95
Fast Post Find: Each
forum question now displays a unique
post id, which you can search for by using the new Fast Post
Find button on the Forum
The Australian 4WD Business Search Engine:
is also located at the bottom of the Forum
download for UHF Repeater locations
Customised for OziExplorer Mapping Software users,
we have provided a file online that can be download free to your
computer containing the waypoints of each UHF repeater location
Australia-wide, using our UHF
Repeater page for the source data. All you need is OziExplorer
mapping software to read it.
There is a file for each state, so simply go to the UHF
Repeater page and select the state you want and then click on
the download text "OziExplorer Waypoint Import Format"
So that's it for this edition of the ExplorOz
The ExplorOz Team