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SiteTrail Launches NewsTrail.com A News Analysis Platform(February 01, 2013)
(PRWEB) February 01, 2013
NewsTrail.com, the new analysis platform owned by SiteTrail media has been launched as a leading platform to provide news analysis concerning global events. Real news is a hot trend and our media group identified a great opportunity to deliver value on a global scale. Interactive analysis with more user generated input can provide a truly unique experience.
The groups latest News site engage readers not only from the US, but also Russia, Brazil, China, India and elsewhere around the world and that has become the core focus of NewsTrail. By offering a news platform that takes into consideration views from many more countries concerning global challenges and events, we hope to run a news analysis service which is unbiased and representative of multiple nations. Whereas SiteTrail continues to provide valuable data and social statistics about up to 10 million websites around the world, NewsTrail is likely to open our combined reader circle to this exciting global reader circle.
As the world becomes smaller due to technological advances there are now more readers who are accessing country specific news channels via digital television which includes Al Jazeera, CNN and Russian Television. A single news analysis platform is unlikely to bring together different views, but can become inclusive of a wider spectrum of such views.
To navigate around NewsTrail, users can visit several online channels:
NewsTrail relies on the new pinterest style navigation which is linked to image thumbnails, tailored to include interesting options, such as Regional News analysis - the channel, known as Voices includes regional analysis and frequent video updates, next is a finance channel with 24 hour updates on key issues as it happens and off course no news site would be complete without a mention of the top supermodels for 2013 or a snippet of the latest Facebook discussions.
The key difference between our two news platforms is that NewsTrail will cover a wider range of topics, including travel, health, geo political analysis and finance, whilst SiteTrail is primarily focussed on web2.0 news and analysis, says a company representative. With the notion that premium content should be accessible to those who need it most, the website will not charge its readers any fees.
SiteTrail media has several subsidiary channels, the latest which includes NewsTrail will seek to provide an enhanced and interactive user experience with regular updates on topics users are really interested in. By providing users the opportunity to comment on all articles, both websites will continue to host inclusive views from around the world, as the news change. To try out the news website today, visit us here: http://www.newstrail.com
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