DPS Computing Makes Its ‘Online Newspaper’ Debut

DPS Computing Limited has made its ‘online newspaper’ (or e-newspaper) debut today and has two of our stories (that we published earlier today regarding Yell.com) featured as the top stories in ‘The Wampit Daily‘.

DPS Computing in the Wampit Daily - 01/08/12

The e-newspaper is published by Wampit Europe – a global free company advertising business with approximately 6.6 million business listings on there website which gets around 300,000 visitors a month.

We’ve got to say that we are very happy that more interest is gathering in our articles and news items and would like to thank Wampit for our inclusion in their online newspaper today and to all of our visitors, customers and supporters.

DPS Computing recieved the happy news via Twitter earlier on today:

DPS Computing Limited featured in the online newspaper 'The Wampit Daily'

Wampit is a company that works with businesses in the United Kingdom, United States of America, Canada, Australia and other European Union countries.  According to Alexa, the Wampit website is currently ranked at 569,613 in the world, ranking it very highly in the estimated 40-45 million websites currently online.

David Smith, Managing Director of DPS Computing Limited stated that “exposure for the company is always welcome and I am delighted that other companies and online publications are sharing our news stories with their readers so that they reach the widest possible audience.  A lot of time and effort is put into all areas of the DPS Computing website, especially the blog, which has been running now for the previous 6 years, since mid-2006.”.

If you’ve seen any more media appearances that DPS Computing has featured in (or you have featured us in any of your media publications, blogs etc) then please let us know – we are always interested to see the websites that link to us and how our news items and articles are exposed to more readers across the Internet :).

DPS Computing has been running since 2006 and recently, in early 2012 became a UK Limited company offering a range of web development services and products.

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