News and Press Release Service,, Pioneers Unique Feature of Three Rotating Headlines Providing SEO and Marketing Feedback for Users Also Allows Users to Post News for Free Under Industry and Categories for Stock News, Private Company News, Non-Profits and Associations

Reno, NV, October 26, 2006 --(, a new website that allows users to post news as well as search news by headlines, has developed a unique news and press release service that allows users to post news with three separate and distinctive headlines that rotate every four hours, exposing the news to new site visitors with each rotation. Posters can select three headlines using optimized keywords relevant to the body of the news release.

By selecting three headlines and different variations and keywords, posters can get valuable “search” and marketing feedback based on redirects and site traffic back to the source.

News is also broken down by headlines under appropriate industry sectors, then once again by categories: Public Company News, Private Company News or Association and Non-Profit News. The site offers a free news submission service for PR and IR representatives, with posting under three industry categories.

Search by Headlines also allows site users to search news 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!

About - Submit and Search News by Headlines …
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.

Joe Loeppky


Joe Loeppky