SOURCE: Small Business Technology Institute

March 08, 2007 11:08 ET

Small Business Technology Magazine Extends Leadership in Serving Small Businesses With New Online Resource Centers at

Enhanced Site Climbs to Top Five Rankings on Major Search Engines by Offering the Most Comprehensive Collection of Technology Content Geared Exclusively for Small Businesses

SAN JOSE, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 8, 2007 -- Small Business Technology Magazine, the only print and digital magazine dedicated to helping small businesses make the right technology choices, today unveiled five new small business resource centers at to help entrepreneurs overcome their most challenging technology obstacles.

The expanded website combines all the essential tools small businesses need to understand technology and accelerate their business inside a single online destination. Features include: articles and blogs from tech experts; small business technology case studies; multimedia product demos; in-depth product reviews; spotlights on award-winning products, plus research reports, webcasts and podcasts on the latest small business technology adoption trends.

As a companion to the bi-monthly print magazine, the online site features these highlights:

--  Magazine: The best of Small Business Technology Magazine's bi-monthly
    print and digital editions, including trends, industry thought leaders and
    small business case studies. Users can request and share content using a
    full range of RSS feeds and links to social content websites such as Digg
    and del.i.cious.
--  Research Center: This collection of free reports, webcasts, podcasts
    and email updates showcases research from Small Business Technology
    Magazine's 'Snap Insight' service. From payroll management to notebook
    computers, this highly targeted analysis explores the adoption and use of
    information technology among small businesses.
--  Product Center: From in-depth product reviews to multimedia product
    demos and product awards, the Product Center enables small businesses to
    "try products before they buy" and make more informed technology decisions.
--  Blogs: Find the latest information on technology products and services
    for use by small businesses on topics ranging from Web 2.0 to mobility. New
    features enable the small business and supplier community to comment and
    expand the discussion.
--  DemoLounge: This hotspot for A-list small biz products on the 'Net
    features links to videos and interactive demos of products aimed
    specifically at small businesses. For a limited time, vendors can apply to
    upload their product demos at no cost.
"As the go-to source for hundreds of thousands of small business readers, Small Business Technology Magazine has developed unparalleled insights into the dynamics of a market which has long been underserved and undervalued," said Andrea Peiro, Publisher and Executive Editor for Small Business Technology Magazine and CEO of the Small Business Technology Institute. "These enhancements to our online content dramatically expand the breadth of our platform and leverage the full potential of the Internet to better serve our valued readers and advertisers." reaches than 100,000 unique web visits per month, with 6.5 page views per unique online visitor and 2.5 minutes of average time per web visit.

For a 2007 media kit with upcoming editorial coverage and print and online advertising opportunities, contact Sandy Munio at 408-494-0212 x115 or email

About Small Business Technology Magazine (

Small Business Technology Magazine is the only print and online magazine in the U.S. that focuses on the technology needs of small businesses. The media company offers hundreds of articles, research reports, case studies and product demonstrations that help entrepreneurs make the right technology decisions simply, quickly and effectively. Small Business Technology Magazine is published by the non-profit Small Business Technology Institute.

About the Small Business Technology Institute (

The Small Business Technology Institute (SBTI) is a non-profit, public benefit corporation that fosters the adoption of information technology among small businesses. SBTI provides information technology awareness, education, consulting and support services to businesses with 1 to 300 employees with a focus on disadvantaged categories. SBTI also provides technology developers and vendors with market intelligence and knowledge to ensure the development of products that meet the needs of small businesses.

Product and company names mentioned in this press release are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

Contact Information

  • Media contact:

    Sandy Munio
    Small Business Technology Institute
    Email Contact
    408-494-0212 x115