The Web site now offers robust tagging, so users can segment their news in nearly fifty different categories, including arts and entertainment, social media, and CSR. In addition, PRWeek has expanded its number of “hot topics”, or sectors, in the navigation menu. Users can easily click on “green” or “2008 campaign” to get the breaking news and features regarding those respective issues.
PRWeek.com has significantly increased its RSS capabilities, and now readers can also now track their favorite categories, sectors, and even PRWeek writers, by RSS feed.
“Our new site gives us the maximum flexibility to deliver great stories to our readers, exactly the way that they want to receive them,” said Julia Hood, PRWeek's editor-in-chief. “It also allows us to showcase great work by our outstanding team of reporters in a whole new way, through extended content and Web-only elements.”
To harness the new capabilities afforded by the Web site, PRWeek is proud to announce many more dedicated Web exclusive features, including Hamilton Nolan's biweekly Expedient Media column, Marc Longpre's healthcare blog The Pulse, Alexandra Bruell's daily summation of emerging news on The Tear Sheet, and Randi Schmelzer's weekly Screen Shots piece, which looks at movie marketing.
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