My spin: So I guess Inc Magazine now has a fight on it’s hand to find distribution of it’s content. But I’d bet many of these deals are not exclusive to Entrepreneur.com…so there’s plenty of room for Inc.
IRVINE, Calif., Aug. 27 /PRNewswire/ — Entrepreneur.com announces key partnerships with AOL, Microsoft bCentral, BusinessWeek Online, SmartMoney.com, and Wall Street Journal’s StartupJournal.com. These new partnerships augment existing partnerships with Yahoo! Small Business, SuperPages.com, Business.com, Google, and Bell South Internet Service.
Through partnerships with these premier search engines and Web sites, Entrepreneur.com becomes the content provider of choice for AOL Small Business channel, Wall Street Journal’s StartupJournal.com, Yahoo! Small Business, SmartMoney.com’s Small Business channel, Microsoft bCentral, BusinessWeek Online, and BellSouth Internet Service’s AtWork channel.
These partnerships also serve to enhance brand recognition and drive more traffic to Entrepreneur.com, the leading small-to-midsize business Web site for small business owners.
Entrepreneur.com offers a vast storehouse of editorial content from Entrepreneur magazine, as well as original content developed by Entrepreneur’s staff of editors and extensive network of contributors.
With these partnerships in place, site traffic has seen a sharp increase. Traffic has increased 500% from 400,000 unique visitors in June 2002 to 2 million unique visitors in June 2003 (WebTrends). Entrepreneur.com received more than 1 million page views from AOL alone the first day of the partnership.
Entrepreneur Media Inc. is an organization of people dedicated to empowering entrepreneurs worldwide to start and grow successful companies. Through a full range of products and services, we provide entrepreneurs with the relevant information they need to make informed decisions. Products include: Magazines – Entrepreneur, Entrepreneur’s Be Your Own Boss, Entrepreneur China, Entrepreneur Japan, Entrepreneur Mexico, and Entrepreneur Philippines; Web sites – Entrepreneur.com, SoyEntrepreneur.com, SmallBizBooks.com and Freebks.com; Book Publishing – Entrepreneur Press, The Oasis Press, Entrepreneur’s eBooks and Business Start-Up Guides; Also – Conferences, Custom Publishing and Card Decks.
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