CompNewsNetwork Mobile Site Goes Live
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - The CompNewsNetwork, the comprehensive news and blog service from WorkersCompensation.com, now has a new mobile site for users of Smartphone's and PDA's. Users with such small screen devices will now be directed to the mobile area automatically when they access that section on the site. Users accessing with a standard browser may view the mobile site at http://www.workerscompensation.com/compnewsnetwork/mobile.
It is currently the only workers' compensation oriented news service to offer such a service.
This feature is part of the recent upgrade the system underwent, and is one of the first of several the company plans to deploy. Sam Cusano, Media Director for the company, indicates that the CompNewsNetwork continues to be one of the fastest growing areas of the site. He says "we continue to see broad advances in traffic to this area, and have committed to its continual improvement. The mobile news service is a natural fit for the increased portability our users enjoy today".
The CompNewsNetwork area manages current news for the workers' comp community, as well as the only compendium blog available in the industry today. It publishes a number of leading blogs in real time, providing a cross section of opinions for the websites readers. Additionally, the area offers multimedia programming and "From Bob's Cluttered Desk", a LexisNexis “Top Blog” for 2011, written by company CEO Robert Wilson.
The CompNewsNetwork email newsletter is distributed every business day to thousands of professionals and employers across the country. All CompNewsNetwork services are free of charge.
You may view the news area in its entirety at http://www.workerscompensation.com/compnewsnetwork.
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WorkersCompensation.com is the largest online resource for the workers' compensation community, serving over 6.5 million people a year. The company has amassed the industry's most comprehensive database of case law, forms, statutes, rules, and compliance information for all 50 states, Washington DC, Federal, and Longshore, and its core services are designed to simplify and streamline processes for the workers compensation claims industry.