Louisville, KY (PRWEB) September 05, 2012
ArnoldIT.com and Stephen E. Arnold, technology and financial analyst, have launched Honk, a search and analytics newsletter free to subscribers weekly. Honk includes frank assessments of important trends in content processing and information retrieval.
Honk is a limited-distribution opt-in HTML news product from the editors of Beyond Search (http://arnoldit.com/wordpress/) and Open Search News (http://opensearchnews.com/), search industry analysis sites operated by Arnold Information Technology. Sign up is available by e-mailing thehonk(at)yandex(dot)com. Those requesting the weekly newsletter will receive without charge a copy of Stephen E Arnold’s most recent study, The New Landscape of Search, published in 2011 by Pandia in Oslo, Norway. The study contains an overview of the enterprise search market plus profiles of six leading vendors: Autonomy, Endeca, Exalead, Google, Microsoft, and Vivisimo.
Honk content features original material about the online search industry not available in other ArnoldIT products and blogs, as well as six to eight stories providing supporting data about the lead article’s topic. Honk accepts advertising directly related to the content included in the newsletter.
More information about Honk is available at http://arnoldit.com/wordpress/honk/. Friend Honk and Stephen E. Arnold on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/stephen.e.arnold. Follow Honk on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BeyondSearch.
Honk is a demonstration project. The ArnoldIT team will provide turn-key email newsletter writing and distribution services to organizations requiring a regular, professional presence. ArnoldIT provides strategic information services to organizations worldwide and is well-known for its search and analytics services, including Augmentext, a content marketing system developed by Mr. Arnold.
About Stephen E. Arnold, ArnoldIT
Stephen E. Arnold is a technology and financial analyst with more than thirty years of experience. 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 newest study of enterprise search, “The New Landscape of Enterprise Search: A Critical Review of the Market and Search Systems,” was published by Pandia in Oslo, Norway, in May 2011.