KnowledgeStorm Adds Blog Collection to Portfolio


KnowledgeStorm, a search resource of technology solutions and information, has launched FindTech Blogs (www.findtechblogs.com), a collection of blog sites geared toward business-to-business and technology professionals. The site also organizes aggregated blog content into categories so user can more easily find topics of interest. Users will also be able to locate relevant technology solution vendors, who will be represented on the site through sponsorships and online advertising. FindTech Blogs is an extension of other offerings available from KnowledgeStorm, such as the FindTech vertical search engine (which is also geared toward technology professionals) and FindTech Insights, a websites that offers in-depth news, research and analysis on recent and noteworthy technology topics and trends.

Among the features of FindTech Blogs is the inclusion of "spotlight bloggers," vendor neutral experts enlisted by KnowledgeStorm to address each topic category. New bloggers can also express their opinions on the site. FindTech Blogs allows them to create their own blog, while enabling existing bloggers to syndicate their blogs for free. KnowledgeStorm monitors the content to ensure it is classified in appropriate categories. Each page contains online advertising and links to vendor content located on KnowledgeStorm.com.

KnowledgeStorm is using technology from iUpload to run the new site. iUpload uses a collection of blogging, Wiki and content management tools to meet the needs of this new offering.

KnowledgeStorm has made a name for itself as a resource for technology professionals. This new launch just helps further solidify the company as a complete source of technology-related content offerings. As blogs continue to increase in number and rise in popularity, there is certainly a need for a site that can organize them so interested readers can find this unique content. KnowledgeStorm is definitely qualified to be that site. Look for the company to launch sites targeted toward other content.

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