We believe these changes will make the Middle East Times a more competitive, exciting and more interesting source of information. These changes will make the Middle East Times a 'must read' source to stay informed on the latest developments in the region
Washington DC (PRWEB) January 9, 2008
The Middle East Times announced on January 9 the re-design of its website. The new look is cleaner and more organized. Already visitors are responding to the improved layout by spending more time on the site. "Since the launch of the Middle East Times website, I've seen page views increase by over 100%. Visitors are engaged by the content and look deeper into the site" said Seyla Seng, Director of Advertising for the Middle East Times.
Among the more noticeable changes you will find a greater selection of opinion, commentary and news analysis written by top experts in their field. The Middle East Times will bring you the top news stories every day through a network of dedicated correspondents based throughout the region. "We believe these changes will make the Middle East Times a more competitive, exciting and more interesting source of information. These changes will make the Middle East Times a 'must read' source to stay informed on the latest developments in the region" said Claude Salhani, Editor of the Middle East Times.
Within the next 30 days the Middle East Times will offer classified advertising such as employment, real estate, automotive, and personals. It will be the ideal place to advertise throughout the Middle East and beyond. Classified advertising will be free to all visitors with the exception of employment listings. Online advertisers are welcome to place banner and video advertising throughout the site at competitive rates.
About the Middle East Times
The Middle East Times is a daily online publication specializing in bringing you not only the news, but what's behind the news, what it means as well as interviews with people who make the news.