The following are press releases that caught our attention today, May 5th, 2009. If you have a news announcement you would like to share with the Website Magazine community, please contact Website Magazine editors or submit it online now.
WhosHere - Popular iPhone Social Networking App Introduces "Jerk Filter" in Latest Release
myRete Inc. introduces WhosHere 1.0. WhosHere, the very popular social networking application on the iPhone, introduces new features, including one specifically to improve the experience for its female users.
Twit Pro Quo - Newly Released Service is a Promising Tool for Expanding Social Visibility on Twitter
With Twitter's continued growth, more and more individuals and companies see the importance of maximizing their reach within this social network. Twit Pro Quo is a service which embraces this notion and adds an enjoyable twist for users to expand their Twitter following.
Goodmail CEO Peter Horan to Participate on Email Insider Summit's "Email Innovations" Panel
Peter Horan, CEO of Goodmail Systems, the creator of CertifiedEmail™, will participate on a panel at the Email Insider Summit titled "Innovations in Email/CRM."
Charlene Li, Co-Author of "Groundswell", to Be Keynote Speaker at Search Engine Strategies (SES) San Jose 2009
SES San Jose conference, to be held August 11-14, 2009, expected to attract approximately 6,000 marketing executives, managers, professionals, specialists and consultants this year.
Travel Affiliate Pro's Beta-Version Partner Program Can Increase Website Revenue While Enhancing Website Content
Lowest hotel rates for your customers and highest commissions for your website; participating companies conveniently earn extra cash while offering their clients a valuable service, enhancing their websites' functionality, benefiting from brand-name recognition, and improving their websites' search-engine optimization.
Outstanding Firms Have Been Included in the topseos.com's List of the 30 Best PPC Companies for May 2009
topseos has released their list of the top 30 PPP agencies for May 2009.