The News Funnel Launches New Tool to Help Companies Manage Their News on The Fast Growing Site
NEW YORK CITY (MAY 2013) – Since its launch in 2012, several hundred companies have already signed up for a free News Channel on The News Funnel. These free Channels enable companies to upload their own press releases, events, market research and blogs to the site and directly to its several thousand subscribers. Additionally, these Company News Channels aggregate all of a companies’ news as it appears in the media.
In order to ensure a News Channel features the most accurate company news, The News Funnel has introduced a new tool to give companies the ability to manually upload any article to their News Channel, as well as delete an article as well.
"At The News Funnel, our goal is to give our corporate clients all the tools they need to promote themselves in the most efficient and effective manner,” stated Michael Beckerman, CEO and Founder of The News Funnel. "As our site expands in the market, both with strong user growth and new geographic markets opening up on a regular basis, we are also committed to continually introducing new features for managers of our News Channels."
About The News Funnel
The News Funnel is a free, web-based news aggregator for real estate professionals that sources industry-specific news from trade publications and major media sources. Subscribers create customized news feeds for their geographic market, industry segment and areas of interest that are accessed on their personalized home page or via a daily email.
In addition to pulling in news from thousands of media sources, The News Funnel features Company News Channels (CNCs) — web pages that are available at no charge to companies to upload press releases, event notifications, blogs and market research reports that are then distributed into the funnels of subscribers.
The News Funnel is currently available in New York, New Jersey, Boston, Washington D.C., Pennsylvania, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego with new markets being expanded to on a regular basis.
For more information visit www.thenewsfunnel.com.