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Seva Call Launches in Columbus, Ohio to Help Find Service Providers
Date:5/3/2013

Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) May 03, 2013

Seva Call (Save-A-Call) has launched in Columbus, Ohio. The free service finds and connects consumers to local service professionals within minutes. A keyword search for a plumber in the fifth largest city in the U.S. recently returned 236,000 search results and provided no way of confirming which listed company was available and which listings were completely outdated. Searching the world wide web for the right service pro is like finding a needle in a haystack.

Now, Columbus residents will be able to hear from an available service professional in 90 second by visiting http://www.sevacall.com, entering their location, availability, and description of the problem at hand. In minutes, Seva Call’s algorithm matches the consumer with three preferred service professionals and connects them by phone to top-rated area professionals who are ready to help.

Seva Call is the best way to get real-time quality connections to businesses in over 50 service categories. The service filters through the city’s more than 8,000 businesses, including dentists, lawyers, and roofers, and chooses the best based on proximity, availability, the job needed and even quality control measures like online consumer ratings and reviews, social reputation and interactions, call analytics, and other forms of consumer and business feedback.

By using Seva Call, consumers save time and energy while finding the skilled professionals who match their schedules, needs and can answer their questions right away. Of course, not only consumers, but businesses also will benefit from using Seva Call. When Seva Call receives a request from a consumer, the request
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