Yuvee announces an internet map of top Web resources on March Madness
Yuvee announces an internet map of top Web resources on March Madness that puts bracket analysis sites, rankings, twitter feeds and more at anyone’s fingertips
Tim Higginson, founder of Yuvee, says: “Enjoy this internet map about March Madness throughout the tournament to make it all more fun!”
Yuvee announces the release of a social internet map about top websites and links on the March Madness tournament at www.webhub.mobi/pam/march-madness. This map gives anyone who visits it instant access great resources from around the Web on the tournament. The links to top tournament resources are organized and at anyone’s fingertips. They include bracket analysis sites, teams and rankings sites, coach and reporter twitter feeds, blogs, how-it-works sites and much more. March Madness fans using this internet map can instantly tap into a huge range of relevant content from all over the Web with essentially no effort, from phones and any other device with an up-to-date browser.
Internet maps at www.webhub.mobi can be made by anyone, and can cover any topic. Through the creative efforts of each map maker, relevant Web content content is organized and annotated in maps that, once made public, can be viewed by anyone and shared socially.
Internet maps are important to the next generation Web because the best content is spread across places that grow in number everyday: Youtube, Pinterest, Tumblr, Vimeo, Periscope, Vine, Twitter, Instagram, websites, blogs, and on and on. By compiling and organizing links to Web content from anywhere on the Web into an internet map, everyone interested in the topic has the map maker’s personal, highly expressive view of it at their fingertips, anytime, from any device. The Web is so large that presenting search results in pages of lists means most people experience a tiny fraction of what is available. Internet maps move away from the inefficiency of every one of us having to do a separate search, sift through lists on page after page of results generated by an algorithm, click on a few results, finally only to have it all go away when the search tab is closed.
Together, WebHub’s internet maps form a crowd-sourced atlas of the Web for the benefit all of us.
It is free for anyone to make an unlimited number of maps of their own on whatever topics are of interest at www.webhub.mobi. They can collect maps made by other people. The topics can be personal interests, business, student research, education, policy, news, entertainment, politics and anything else.
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- Timothy Higginson
- Yuvee, Inc.
- (1) (847) 962-1623
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