Amsterdam, Netherlands (PRWEB) October 30, 2006
Today, PressRadar (http://pressradar.com) has launched its final product PressRadar News Search. PressRadar covers more than 2500 news sources to provide end-users with up-to-date news and press releases.
"We are happy to announce our final launch after being in business as a "Beta Version" for over a year. Providing the latest headlines in an easy-to-search online format enables web users to search the latest news within seconds. We at PressRadar believe news must be made available to as many people as possible. After all, news are very important, as anyone could be affected by them." Mr. Hilders (Project management) said.
PressRadar is a news search engine, providing the latest international headlines to end-users at no cost. Pressradar was launched back in 2005 as a beta service, covering more than 2500 news sources world-wide. The number of sources is growing on a day-to-day basis.
"We would like to invite news publishers and press release distribution services to add their news feeds to our service by using our inclusion form at PressRadar.com. There is no cost attached to this service", Mr. Hilders added.
PressRadar works close with news publishers and press release services to distribute news and press releases to the public. Visitors can search over 50.000 news items sorted by date or relevancy.
PressRadar converts news feeds (XML, RSS) into a searchable format to deliver the latest news and press releases to end-users. Content is fetched every minute to cover the latest happenings world-wide. PressRadar enables news publishers and press release distribution services to benefit from additional audience by making news items more visible to end-users.
PressRadar.com currently covers over 2500 sources. New sources are included at no cost on a daily basis. News publishers and press release services are invited to include their products into PressRadar at no cost.
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