Prince Faisal launches new Al-Eqtisadiah website



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Published — Sunday 18 November 2012

Last update 18 November 2012 5:55 pm

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RIYADH: Prince Faisal bin Salman, chairman of Saudi Research & Marketing Group (SRMG), recently launched the new website of Al-Eqtisadiah business daily.
Salman Aldossary, editor in chief of Al-Eqtisadiah, said the number of people visiting the daily’s website has increased by 40 percent compared to last year.
He said the new user-friendly website would help readers get wider content, adding that it is provided with greater interactive facilities.
“Readers will be able to get more reports, articles and investigative feature stories daily with pictures,” Aldossary said.
He estimated the number of readers who follow Al-Eqtisadiah reports on Twitter at more than 100,000 including its main users.
The online edition of the daily conducts weekly referendums on important topics, receiving responds from thousands of readers. Next week Al-Eqtisadiah Channel will be launched on YouTube, with a lot of attractive programs presented by experts, the editor in chief said. The daily will announce incentives to its online readers shortly.

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