AllBusiness.com Announces Alliance with Washingtonpost.com.
The partnership with Washingtonpost.com extends the award-winning AllBusiness content to one of the top news sites on the Web. AllBusiness' team of experts provides grassroots, useable business knowledge - including tips, advice and case studies to the SMB market - which makes up 99.7% of all U.S. businesses and employs over 50% of the U.S. workforce. The new Small Business Advice Center can be found at allbusiness.washingtonpost.com.
Additionally, the collaboration has resulted in participation by AllBusiness in the recently announced Washingtonpost.com "sponsored blogroll." AllBusiness is one of three blog networks participating in the launch of the section, and providing content from two of its more than 50 SMB blogs. The blogs provided by AllBusiness include The Small Business Blog, written by Douglas Kersten and the Cash Flow Blog, written by Jim Logan - both of which continue to garner an increasingly large audience of the formerly underserved market of SMB leaders.
"Partnering with Washingtonpost.com provides a channel not only to the coveted Washington D.C. market but to the broader national readership of this premier news organization," said Peter Horan, CEO, AllBusiness.com. "The combination of our editorial content and expert blogs is a natural extension to the growing community aspect of our site, which allows SMB leaders to compare notes and share best practices with their peers."
The alliance with Washingtonpost.com is part of a broader strategy employed by AllBusiness to collaborate with premier Web properties. The company's other content partners include BusinessWeek Online, Yahoo!, SFGate.com, CareerBuilder and About.com, a division of the New York Times Company.
AllBusiness.com is a leading online resource for small and mid-size businesses. The Company operates one of the Web's premier business sites, providing practical information and services for business professionals and growing businesses. The site includes how-to articles, business forms, contracts and agreements, expert advice, blogs, business news, directory listings, product comparisons, business guides and more. In addition to its flagship Web site, the Company's content can be accessed by its content syndication program, RSS feeds and e-mail newsletters. The AllBusiness.com management team has been involved in more than $4 billion of recent successful Internet company exits. www.allbusiness.com.
About Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive
Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive is the online publishing subsidiary of The Washington Post Company (NYSE:WPO). Its mission is to develop the company's editorial products and businesses on the Internet and across all electronic content delivery platforms. WPNI's flagship products include washingtonpost.com, Slate, Newsweek.com and BudgetTravelOnline.com. The company is headquartered in Arlington, VA.
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