DM News introduces new Online Buyers' Guide

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An all-new Online Buyers' Guide will open for business Feb. 1 on the DM News Web site at www.dmnews.com.

The new Online Buyers' Guide will offer value to companies that choose to list in it because of the modest price for listings, the copious amount of information that can be furnished by each company and the industry-leading volume of traffic on dmnews.com, according to DM News publisher Adrian Courtenay.

"The more comprehensive the Online Buyers' Guide is, and the more information about the listed companies it has, the more useful it is to those who are searching for a supplier," Mr. Courtenay said.

"That's why we've established such reasonable prices for the listings - to make sure that we get the highest number of companies listed and the most useful information for our readers," he said.

Standard Listings will sell for $225 and Featured Listings will sell for $325. Both will be created following a template that will allow descriptions of the companies' industries, products and services, branch offices, executives, clients, awards received, testimonials and complete contact information.

Both Standard and Feature Listings will include the respective companies' logos and will be hyperlinked to the companies' sites.

Mr. Courtenay pointed out that companies in several product or service categories will be entitled to post their listings in as many as four different categories for the same Standard or Featured Listing prices of $225 or $325.

The DM News site on Dec. 28 was ranked by Alexa.com, the Web site traffic rating service, as 13,918 of all sites in the world, putting it far ahead of the sites owned by other DM publications in terms of visitor traffic.

Also, in the last 30 days, the DM News site hosted more than 550,000 sessions and generated more than 2.9 million page views.

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