- The Washington Times - Monday, October 9, 2006

This news begs the question, why didn’t someone think of this before?

Business.com today announced the launch of Work.com (https://www.work.com), a Web 2.0 site designed to help the more than 25 million U.S. small business owners run their businesses. Work.com features unique “How-to Guides” for more than 1,000 business topics, ranging from start-up basics to advanced management techniques. The Guides are written by business experts who can now share their expertise with others through a new form of “Expert Generated Content” (EGC). Work.com is being launched by Business.com, the leading business search engine and directory.

“More small businesses are turning to the Internet every day, in fact many times a day, for help in running their businesses,” said Jake Winebaum, CEO of Business.com. “What they find are search results or articles. Our research shows that neither of these options serves the time-starved, ‘get it done yesterday’ needs of small business particularly well, so we’ve created Work.com to help entrepreneurs solve their business problems faster and easier.”

If you have a small business, you might want to check this out.

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