Providence, RI, May 13, 2005 --(PR.com
)-- News portal web services provider TextEx.net marries online news with BugMeNot.com`s shareable username and password utility for sites requiring registration before reading articles.
In a move to smooth out the sometimes bumpy information highway, news portal provider TextEx.net has combined their free PersonalPortal service with BugMeNot.com`s shareable username and password utility.
Says the company's Founder and President James R. Raposa Jr., "Member sites like ListBug.com who’ve incorporated the PersonalPortal into their homepage, can now provide a better experience. Whereas before when visitors would click on an article link, they’d be stopped in their tracks if the site required a registration before reading it. Now they simply click on the BugMeNot link we provide for every article, and like magic, a shared username and password appears and the visitor is reading the article in seconds, without all the registration hassles... and subsequent spam that usually follows. I think the BugMeNot concept was all ready a brilliant idea, and all we did was give it our ultimate endorsement."
Any site is a perfect candidate for using the TextEx.net PersonalPortal and webmasters or pagemasters can cut and paste all the necessary HTML directly from the Member Central area of the site. And as a bonus, membership also includes reciprocal link exposure for participating sites.
For more information, visit TextEx.net or send an email to email@example.com.
James R. Raposa Jr.
Millennium 3 Publishing
Providence, RI 02909
Voice: (401) 261-5297