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Expat-blog.com acquires expat.com

PORT LOUIS, Mauritius, April 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Expat-blog.com, the expat network, has just acquired the domain name www.expat.com: this purchase brings along new challenges for this leading website…

Created in 2005 to answer expats' and soon-to-be expats' needs, this innovative service, the first one to give access to real expat life, offers information on life abroad. Regular addition of new tools, release of a responsive design a few months ago...since its creation, Expat blog has continuously improved its services to better answer the needs of the sector and its members, becoming the key partner of each expat.

To view the Multimedia News Release, please click:

http://www.multivu.com/mnr/71400519-expat-blog-acquired-domain-expat

The website has been knowing a growing success, recently breaking one million registered members. "Reaching one million members was an important step for the community," declares Julien Faliu, the founder of Expat blog, who has great plans for the future. He indeed wants to keep offering innovations to best answer expats' needs. "With expat.com, we will have new and major developments to come. It will enable expats from all over the world to better find the info they need."

With more than 2 million unique visitors per month, expat-blog.com is the reference for expats worldwide. Acquiring expat.com brings new challenges for the company, which keeps the same goal: helping expats and soon-to-be expats worldwide.

For more information, please contact:
Julie Cramier
Tel: +230-213-49-82
Mail: [email protected]

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