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UKRobin Posted - 12/02/2007 : 00:38:32
A new web site that deals purely with disability and health matters has been created by a group of disabled professionals, www.ableize.com.

Many painstaking hours have been put into creating one of the UKs most comprehensive disability and health resource sites available on the net. Those responsible range from solicitors, accountants and disabled DDA auditors, they all have two things in common. One: disability and two: all have suffered the frustration of searching the internet and finding it very much hit and miss throwing up everything other than was actually being searched for.

Placing disability and health related sites containing information, services, advice and details of specific disabilities under one roof was felt to be the answer, hence Ableize was born.

Since the launch of Ableize, many large government, disability and health organisations have listed its contents and linked directly to it. After one month of going live Ableize has gained a page rank of 3 and almost 3000 back links. This is a mammoth achievement for the launch of a brand new site that has no track record.

Submission requests sent to the site are flooding in with organisations, companies and individual sites wanting to be listed. Seven out of ten sites submitted to Ableize are however rejected due to the strict listing rules that allow only the best and most appropriate content. Submissions containing illicit or spam content or of no interest to a UK audience are not listed. Each submission chosen to be listed is personally edited by one of the team.

High standards are achieved by editors that remove all hyped descriptions and the inappropriate use of keyword spamming. Each description and title is re-written to offer the user as much details as possible. Ableize is very much a user based directory.

Submission is currently free with a reciprocal link back to what is the biggest and most comprehensive directory of disability and health issues in the UK today. The site is predicted to continue its grown rate at a fast pace due to the input by the dedicated and knowledgeable team that have a belief in not only the subject matter but the market and the need to fill such a neglected area of the net. Ableize can be seen at www.ableize.com If your site is UK based and deals with disability or health, then feel free to select the best category and submit your site free.

Disabled Workers Co-operative is already listed @ http://www.ableize.com/Employment-and-Benifits/
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UKRobin Posted - 02/08/2013 : 12:37:39
Sorry it took ages to revist this (I was only made aware of this because of an error in my Google Webmasters page) the url above has been updated to Disabled Workers and works fine, however your link above doesn't

Many apologies

Jason Clegg Posted - 13/06/2007 : 21:59:54

I have been trying to access the site all day to establish the link back to www.disableddirect.co.uk (Disabled Direct)but it appears the web site is down?

Can you advise on whether there is a problem?

Best regards


UKRobin Posted - 12/06/2007 : 23:02:37
Update on the above.

Broken link issue resolved.

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