With my focus on creating resource-based content for a small business audience, and Business.com’s unrivaled position as the leading business search engine, it was only a matter of time until we joined forces to create the most compelling experience for professionals
Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) April 25, 2006
Business.com, the leading search engine designed and organized for business, today announced the addition of Daniel Kehrer as Content Editor. Kehrer is a top business editor, columnist and author with more than 20 years of business publishing experience.
Kehrer joins Business.com from his own business publishing venture, BizBest® Media, Inc., for which he writes a nationally syndicated column on small business. Kehrer’s business books, including Doing Business Boldly: The Art of Taking Intelligent Risks, Save Your Business a Bundle and 12 Steps to a Worry-Free Retirement, have been published in four languages worldwide.
"We are very pleased that Dan Kehrer is joining the Business.com team," said Jake Winebaum, CEO and Co-Founder, Business.com. "Dan has been helping small businesses during his long career as a journalist, writing about every aspect of business, management and entrepreneurship. His experience and perspective will help make Business.com even more useful to our audience of small business decision makers."
“With my focus on creating resource-based content for a small business audience, and Business.com’s unrivaled position as the leading business search engine, it was only a matter of time until we joined forces to create the most compelling experience for professionals,” said Dan Kehrer, Content Editor, Business.com. “I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to offer the best of the Web’s business-related content to help small business owners grow their companies.”
Kehrer helped execute the launch of several national magazines focused on small business, entrepreneurship, banking, global finance and personal finance, including Maggie Award winners MyBusiness and Emerging Business. He has produced and developed online content, written for major magazines and newspapers including The New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Time and Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, and has received numerous editorial and design awards.
Previously, Kehrer spent 10 years as a partner in Group IV Communications, Inc., where he helped create, edit and manage custom business publications for major corporations including Wells Fargo Bank, Bank of America, and Chase Manhattan.
Kehrer received his BA in Journalism from Marquette University and did graduate studies at American University in Washington, D.C. His business writing has reached millions of readers and he is a frequent guest on business-related radio and television programs.
Business.com helps small business decision-makers solve their most pressing business problems and realize their most compelling opportunities. As the largest business-to-business search engine and directory, Business.com makes it easy to find the most useful business websites, products, and services saving our users time and money.
Business.com’s proprietary taxonomy and classification system of over 65,000 business categories allows professionals to intuitively locate the most relevant and authoritative business information, without consumer clutter.
As the leading vertical search engine for business, Business.com attracts more than 4 million diverse business owners and decision makers and reaches another 26 million through its distribution network, which includes top-tier publishing partners such as Entrepreneur.com, Forbes.com, Businessweek.com, Inc.com, FastCompany, and Internet.com.
Business.com was founded in 1999 by eCompanies. Still privately-held, Business.com added Benchmark Capital as a preferred stockholder in 2004, whose portfolio includes franchise companies such as Critical Path, eBay and Jupiter Networks.
For more information, please visit http://www.business.com.