With the first installment of the monthly web-series Tattoo 3sixty just out, the up-and-coming finder-site company SearchCore Inc. (SRER) is beginning in earnest to showcase the potential of its recently-launched Tattoo.com venture.
Tattoo.com is an online community that serves as a directory connecting tattoo artists in different localities throughout the country with consumers. The announcement of the Tattoo 3sixty series is just one illustration of how the scalable finder-site model developed by SearchCore can provide an exceptional service to any industry into which it decides to enter.
Tattoo 3sixty is the result of collaboration between Tattoo.com and artist John Montgomery, owner of the Grand Tattoo Lodge in Redlands, California and co-founder of Alla Prima Ink. Going forward, the show will bring different tattoo artists from around Southern California into the Grand Tattoo Lodge where they will have an opportunity to showcase their work along as well as quality of Montgomery’s additive-free Alla Prima Ink.
The first episode that appears this week spotlights Taylor Cort, an accomplished Asheville, North Carolina tattoo artist with many awards to his credit. Cort’s unique style juxtaposes the beautiful and the hideous through the use of shocking and vivid color.
The news is promising for Montgomery, Cort, and the other tattoo artists who will have the opportunity to showcase their work via the Tattoo 3sixty program in the coming months. It also serves as just a small preview of the potential of SearchCore’s finder-site enterprise as it continues to build out. With Tattoo 3sixty, the company has provided further confirmation of how its dexterous business model can bring value and practicality to any industry it decides to enter.
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