LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--BRAVADA International Ltd. (www.DressesExpress.com) (Pink Sheets:BRAV) announced today that it has officially released its online women’s dresses superstore, DressesExpress.com. DressesExpress.com is an online ecommerce website specializing in every imaginable style of dress from mini dresses, maxi dresses, cocktail dresses, bodycon dresses as well as stylish black dresses. The collection of dresses will continue to grow over the next few weeks that will include a vast array of sexy dresses to refined formal ones to everything in between.
The first stage of launch is about a 2 – 3 month process where search engine optimization is maximized to achieve first page rankings for Google keyword searches in addition to populating the website with product. SEO efforts are an ongoing process and are all done in-house by CEO Danny Alex.
DressesExpress.com will be a part of BRAVADA International’s vertically integrated multi website ecommerce fashion network which is comprised of an interconnected series of women’s fashion websites. BRAVADA’s online women’s fashion network will consist of 10-12 vertically integrated women’s fashion websites with each specializing within a specific women’s fashion category. BRAVADA International anticipates that its proprietary network of vertically integrated women’s fashion websites will increase its organic online footprint in excess of 10 fold in 2014.
About BRAVADA International Ltd.
BRAVADA International owns and operates OnlyLeggings.com, the largest online leg fashion superstore, VivaVuva.com, an online women’s fashion superstore, and World of Leggings, an online and real world leggings superstore specializing in Made in the USA leg fashion.
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