Online Raises Its SightsKathy Rebello
This month we mark the 10th anniversary of BusinessWeek Online. Over the years, we've enhanced the site so that it offers more than just the magazine, bringing you late-breaking business and investor news -- along with tools for putting that news to work. We've also launched a host of features to enrich the experience, from an improved search engine to an expanded books area. Check out our newly designed SmallBiz Channel. It offers not only a more dynamic look and easier navigation but also fresh content, from case studies to the Smart Answers column, where business owners can ask questions and get advice. Our SmallBiz Resource Center, with the help of our partners, provides guidance on everything from health insurance costs to salary ranges.
In addition to the changes at the SmallBiz channel, we're rolling out:
-- A redesigned Technology Channel, with exciting new features including authoritative outside columnists, statistics updated continuously, blogs, product reviews with user feedback, and a section on the next generation of startups.
-- Our RSS 2.0 (really simple syndication) service. RSS will track and deliver BusinessWeek Online headlines tailored to your interests the moment they become available. Everything you need to start your service and stay informed is on the site. Find out more about RSS and get set up at: businessweek.com/search/rssfeed.htm.
-- A redesigned Book Reviews page. Check out BusinessWeek book reviews, best-seller lists, and interviews with prominent authors, along with a way of accessing a broad range of executive summaries of business books through a service from a partner, Soundview. Go to businessweek.com/lifestyle/books.htm.
We hope these additions will help you get even more out of BusinessWeek Online.
Kathy Rebello, Editor-in-Chief, BusinessWeek Online
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