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Web hub

A business-to-business website for a particular industry. It provides a meeting ground for buyers and sellers in a specific field, and rather than being advertising based, may charge a transaction fee for each purchase. Also known as a vertical portal, or "vortal." See vertical portal.
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The enterprise, the first and only web hub addressing the specific needs of SOHOs, offers: structured, customizable communities; rich, high-bandwidth customizable content; proprietary applications; and multiple business services through an extensive network of partnerships.
For the most in-depth coverage of today's launch, the place to be is Lycos, the second most popular Web hub.
Police in Abu Dhabi are investigating how internet cafes could be monitored as they expressed fears the web hubs are a bad influence on youths.
com) is an extensive network of 500 branded Web hubs offering expert guidance on more than 12,000 topics.
DECISIVE will continue to leverage On Wheels' model of targeted print distribution in zoned editions of daily newspapers, culturally specific community newspapers, online digital publications, and consumer-oriented web hubs.
Impresse will also be able to make its services and content available to participating Global Trading Web hubs in North and South America, Asia Pacific, Europe the Middle East and Africa.
com) of 36 city and regional Web hubs as well as the Web sites of Knight Ridder newspapers.
com) of 36 city and regional Web hubs, announced the development of a special site devoted to the 100th Anniversary of the U.

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