Mall Directory Site Launched Redesign, Traffic doubled
10/21/2009 launched a new site last month and doubled its web traffic since then, according to Quantcast data.

Online PR News – 21-October-2009 – – launched a new site last month and doubled its web traffic since then, according to Quantcast data. was first launched in September 2008, aiming to use Internet technology to connect mall shoppers online and offline shopping experience. It is an online community for mall shoppers to better plan their mall trips and share their shopping experience.

Although it is not the first mall directory site, it is the most complete and user friendly mall directory site. When you visit the site, the site will auto detect your location and display nearby malls and related information. Its mall locator makes it easy to search malls by state, city, zip code or name and view results directly on the map. Furthermore, it aggregates mall news, photos, jobs, and more information from various Internet sources to keep mall shoppers better informed about what’s going on at their local malls.

The new design brings a traditional mall directory site to the social level. It adopts OpenID to allow users sign in with their gmail, facebook, and twitter accounts. Users can write reviews, share photos, submits news, ask questions and more. If they can’t find their local mall or mall store on the site, they can even suggest one on the site. Its blog also covers interesting mall related topics, such as American mall shooting history and Black Friday culture.

For those who prefer to shop online, also offers online mall, a human-reviewed family friendly online store directory, and coupons finder with over one thousand online deals and coupons.

Malletin comes from Mall Bulletin and tries to offer a one-stop-solution for shoppers. The site also has great marketing potential for malls and stores to better communicate with mall shoppers. The site traffic grows steadily and more and more shoppers across the country are joining this community. So whether you're walking in the malls or shopping on the Internet, visit first to make your shopping experience more fun.