The reader will be interested in new opportunities, particularly those with moderated risk and high value.
Louisville, KY (PRWEB) May 31, 2011
Investors in ThinkWeb3, http://www.thinkweb3.com, and SocialAdMX, http://www.socialadmx.com, are sponsoring a new, sharply focused investment commentary service. HighGainBlog.com focuses providing commentary and information that can minimize the risk in an uncertain business climate. The news service does not make recommendations.
“The reader will be interested in new opportunities, particularly those with moderated risk and high value,” said Stephen E. Arnold, publisher and owner of ArnoldIT.com, an independent consulting and engineering firm. “Too much of the investment information is fuzzy. We want to be clear and direct in stories that are crisp and brief.”
The online publication is available without charge and publishes Monday through Friday. HighGainBlog.com is produced by ArnoldIT.com, publishers of Beyond Search (a news service focused on next generation search and content processing) and Inteltrax (a news service tracking the “big data” and analytics markets).
ArnoldIT.com has tapped Michael Onghai, CFA (http://www.linkedin.com/in/valueinvestor) as an editorial advisor. Onghai has compiled an impressive track record, including founding and Building Stock Sheet (acquired by regent group) and 123Jump. In addition, he was the second software developer hired at Geocities and has worked at a number of investment funds. Onghai’s informal observations add deep insight into such recent news stories covered in the Web log as:
- Flash and Glitter Can Obscure Facts Associated with Selling Social Media, http://goo.gl/ytVFp
- Aggressive Innovation in an Increasingly Mobile World, http://goo.gl/UhBkJ
- Assessing Business Credibility, http://goo.gl/lEn2u
The current stories and the archive of stories are available without charge at http://www.highgainblog.com. An RSS feed is available. Notifications of new stories are available via Twitter.
Topics covered in the HighGainBlog information service include:
- Business strategies of startups
- International opportunities with a focus on the Pacific Rim
- Mobile startups
- Social media
Onghai, one of the world’s most prescient financial analysts, said: “The HighGainBlog news service fills a gap, particularly with regard to social and mobile media. Most of the services mention a startup, comment on the features of the software, and then provide a URL. HighGainBlog attracted my attention and that of the exciting ThinkWeb3 and SocialAdMX because the content is sharp, short, to the point, and includes a critical observation. I don’t have time to read thirty pages of marketing collateral or consume every story in the financial press. HighGainBlog provides the short content hit I need and want.”
The Web information service will include articles, features, and links to important business information resources. In addition, the HighGainBlog.com editorial team, http://arnoldit.com/wordpress/writers/, will offer critical comments about companies and strategies. The stories will not offer investment advice. The information service will focus on ameliorating risk through sound analysis and critical thinking. As good as the flood of business information is, the editors of HighGainBlog.com want to flag concerns and business methods that help individuals and organizations navigate today’s rough financial rapids. Comments are permitted for every HighGainBlog.com story. An About section sets forth the editorial policy for the Web log. Story ideas may be submitted to tessarnold(at)rocketmail(dot)com.
About High Gain Blog
HighGainBlog.com is produced by ArnoldIT.com. The company focuses on curation of business information related to investment opportunities. However, instead of providing investment advice, the news service takes a critical stance, providing value added commentary about risks, opportunities in emerging markets such as China, Thailand, and Vietnam, among others, and pragmatic analytics. Published Monday through Friday, HighGainBlog.com fills a need for clear, concise, clear commentary on the present uncertain business climate. The news service is available via a feed or from http://www.highgainblog.com.
About Stephen E. Arnold, ArnoldIT
Stephen E. Arnold is a technology and financial analyst with more than thirty years of experience. He is the recipient of the following awards: ASIS Eagleton Lectureship, 1986; Online Best Paper Award, 1989, the Malcolm Hill Award, 2003, the OSS Golden Candle Award in 2007.In addition to “Google: The Digital Gutenberg,” he is the author of more than 50 journal articles and a number of other books, including “Internet 2000” and the first three editions of the 600-page encyclopedia of search called “The Enterprise Search Report.” His new study of enterprise search will be published by Pandia in Oslo, Norway, in May 2011. The phrases “content with intent,” “SIMM,” or “variants” should be credited to ArnoldIT.com.
Think Web 3 Plus Inc. is a media development company for the world of Web 3.0. Web 3.0 includes, but not limited to: social networking apps, mobile phone apps, desktop computer applications, HTML5 and other future platforms. Nowadays, a mere web site is not enough. Consumers are spending more time on social networks, mobile phones and other devices. The development team behind Think Web 3 Plus has been involved with social media app programming since the launch of the Facebook API in 2007. ThinkWeb3 has built apps for various clients. The firm’s clients range from top movie studios in Hollywood to clients whose apps we built for them became so successful that their income solely comes from social network display ads and virtual currencies. The company at http://www.thinkweb3.com now has more than 50 million people who have used the apps we created from scratch.
This is an early stage firm in stealth mode. The company’s Web site is http://www.socialadmx.com. The firm engages in the development of software that allows businesses of all sizes to create Facebook marketing solutions such as customized Facebook fan pages, Facebook apps, mobile web sites, mobile apps and other social network apps.
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