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New BioNews Texas Website Gives Industry Direct Access to Texas Biotech Sector
Date:9/17/2013

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 17, 2013

BioNews Texas, a web property of BioNews Services LLC in Dallas, Texas, recently announced the official launch of their new, feature-rich website, which is designed to give industry direct access to the Texas biotech and life sciences sectors.

The new site, which integrates a custom, cutting-edge design; interactive features; and new channels for engaging users, constitutes the company’s first major roll-out designed to give companies, research institutions, health organizations, and research and biotech business professionals direct access to a wide range of new advertising and promotional channels, all designed to tap into Texas’ burgeoning biotech sector.

“The first six months of BioNews Texas has been all about building a targeted audience, honing our coverage of Texas biotech, and making inroads with the influencers in our sector,” BioNews Texas President and Publisher Chris Comish recently explained. “In these first six months, we’ve made tremendous strides in establishing ourselves within the news space, as well as the Texas Biotech sector. Now it’s time to provide clients targeted access to this highly valuable segment of the biotech industry.”

Indeed, BioNews Texas has managed to achieve impressive results in garnering targeted traffic to their site, having been accepted into Google’s exclusive news aggregate, as well as having articles cited and linked to on major media movers such as FierceBiotechIT, Gizmodo, Glassdoor, CDC, CNET, The Drudge Report and The Huffington Post.
New Promotional Features for The Industry

Since BioNews Texas is a B2B-oriented digital media site, the aim of the new design was to introduce features that would allow companies, institutions, and professionals within the Texas biotech sector to connect and learn more
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