Idaho Biz Review revamps web site
The Idaho Business Review, a weekly business publication based in Boise, has revamped its web site to include more stories.
Managing editor John Foster says on his blog, “We’ve expanded the number of Idaho Business News stories appearing on the main page, and we’ve added a blurb underneath each headline to give you a better idea of what’s in the story.”
On another post, Foster said, “Our new site features breaking news stories, updated throughout the day every day of the work week. We also have a blog (what youâ€™re reading now) about Idaho business and politics.
“But, most important, the site is designed to be useful for you. Over the last few months we talked with many of you about the Internet functions you need from us. We listened.
“First off, this site is free. No user name or password to enter â€” ever. We may ask for your E-mail address if you care to receive regular updates, but you now have access to everything on the site â€“ archives included â€“ without registration.
“Second, our site is easier to search. The new search engine will help you better crawl our site to research Idaho companies and businesspeople.”
Read more here. The new site launched Tuesday. The publication is owned by Dolan Media, which also owns the Daily Journal of Commerce in Portland, Ore., and Finance and Commerce in Minneapolis.