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New Business Tool: WhatTheyThink.com Launches Weekly Intelligence Briefing

Monday, November 12, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

(11/12/01) Lexington, Kentucky, USA - WhatTheyThink.com, the leading online community serving print and publishing professionals, has launched a new weekly feature called: The Executive Intelligence Briefing. The free report condenses industry news and events from the prior week into an easy-to-read and printable format. The briefing is free to all visitors and will be posted each Monday morning. The briefing contains short summaries of major news stories from the previous week with links to the complete articles. Professionals who are Premium Access Members at WhatTheyThink.com, can view all related articles stored in their news archive. (See a copy of this week’s briefing at http://members.whattheythink.com/intelligence.html.) “The Executive Intelligence Briefing is a vital tool for busy print professionals. It's difficult to stay on top of all the information that comes out day after day. This briefing will ensure that executives don’t miss a thing,” said Randy Davidson, President of WhatTheyThink.com. He continued, “We spent several weeks examining competitive sources of information and speaking with our customers. Clearly there is a need for a comprehensive, interactive break-down of industry events on a weekly basis.” The Intelligence Briefing will be unique in terms of predictability, objectivity and scope. Said Davidson, “The briefing will follow the same structure as other features at WhatTheyThink.com. It will be delivered on-time and will cover all areas of the graphic arts industry without bias. The format will allow executives to scan summaries of news stories with ‘jump-to’ links for more information.” About WhatTheyThink.com: WhatTheyThink.com is the print and publishing industry’s leading online community. The company offers a mixture of free and subscription-based content for industry executives. Additionally, WhatTheyThink.com provides a robust content syndication program serving related web sites. For more information, visit www.whattheythink.com




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