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New Online Search and News Service: Search News and Submit News by Headlines


SearchbyHeadlines.com: Launches News Submission Service Allowing Users to Post News for Free or Upgrade and Submit News with Three Rotating Headlines

Reno, NV, September 15, 2006 --(PR.com)-- New Online Search and News Service: Search News and Submit News by SearchbyHeadlines.com features news in a format that users search or submit news by headline. News is broken down by headline under industry sectors, then once again by: Public Company News, Private Company News or Association and Non-Profit News. The site offers free news submission service for PR and IR representatives as well as upgraded services. Upgraded users can submit news releases with up to 3 different headlines that rotate every four hours.

The three rotating headlines expose the news to new eyeballs and visitors every four hours. The results give companies and organizations valuable search feedback and data that can be implemented in to an overall online marketing strategy.

Search by Headlines allows users to search by keywords or headlines for the most relevant targeted news results. News is broken down by headlines and industry sector so users don't waste time searching news that isn't relevant to their topic. Search by Headline, Industry Sector and choose from: Public Company News, Private Company News or Association and Non-Profit News!

Search by Headlines focuses its content and search on headlines based on internet usage feedback and data, which suggests that by placing the right headline in a news release, companies can optimize visibility and eyeballs for a more specific, targeted audience. As internet users are exposed to increasing content and content formats, readers tend to read and scan headlines for keywords and phrases, followed by the first paragraph.

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Joe Loeppky info@searchbyheadlines.com
Source: SearchbyHeadlines.com

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