Internet Media Review Launches Redesigned Site, Hires Seven Contributing Editors

Bristol, RI – January 26, 2005 – Internet Media Review Launches Redesigned Site, Hires Seven Contributing Editors

Internet Media Review announced today that they have launched a revised version of their site and hired seven new contributing editors.

After getting feedback from their members, IMR redesigned their category pages and added a new Browse by Author feature. The new categories are: Website Strategy and Content, Design and Usability, Driving Website Traffic, Selling Information Products and Publishing Technology. Each category consists of Skill Builders, Website Reviews and Resource Reviews designed to help website publishers succeed.

IMR has hired Bob Bly, bestselling author of The Copywriter’s Handbook, Roger C. Parker, bestselling author of Looking Good in Print, John Clausen, editor of Writing for Money, Peter A. Schaible, Director of Subscription Website Publishers Association (SWEPA), Jane Zarem, former editor of Ancillary Profits, Fred Gleeck, bestselling author of Publishing for Maximum Profit and Micah Baldwin, CEO of CurrentWisdom.

Editor Don Nicholas, Research Director Roxanne O’Connell, Publishing Technology expert Stephen Laliberte and Managing Editor Kim Mateus will continue writing reports and reviews for IMR, bringing the editorial staff to 11 writers.

Full access to IMR is available to paid members and IMR 14-Day Free Trial members. An annual membership to IMR is $297. The site is updated weekly with 3-5 new reports, giving members access to over 150 reports and reviews annually. IMR‘s Weekly Research Update is available free of charge to all registered users and features research summaries.

Please visit (now for more information. Credentialed members of the media trade press are encouraged to contact Kim Mateus ( for questions, comments and complimentary full access.

Internet Media Review: The Website for Website Publishers, is a website offering a real-time window into the best practices for Internet marketing and publishing. IMR‘s mission is to help print and electronic publishers understand and profit from the best practices used by the Internet’s most successful online publishers. IMR research is supported by Digital Media Advisors, LLC, a consulting services company with over 20 years of publishing experience.




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