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vertical portal

A website that provides news, articles and services about a particular industry such as IT, finance and retail. It is the industry-specific equivalent of the general-purpose portal on the Web. Also called a "vortal." See portal, corporate portal, business intelligence portal and Web hub.
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Global Sources (Hong Kong), a b2b media company that targets Chinese and foreign importers and exporters in all major sectors, plans to launch the Sports & Leisure b2b web site in October, a monthly sourcing magazine in November, and a Sports & Leisure pavilion at the October 2007 China Sourcing Fair in Hong Kong.
The "Most Innovative Award" recognizes SafeRent for the most effective and innovative use of its B2B Web site where apartment owners and managers can screen applicants in less than 30 seconds.
(www.labvortex.com), recently established a beta version of its B2B Web site, which sells aftermarket parts and provides support for precision laboratory instruments.
But a B2B Web site can replicate that experience 365 days a year without the sore feet and airfare.
it is being billed as the first business-to-customer B2B Web site from a major food company.
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"What can we learn from American Express, which is ranked number one in the Net Marketing B2B 200 as the best B2B web site? The site offers content and tools in personal small business and corporate areas.
A MGIC press release describes the eMagic B2B Web site as an "open, neutral B2B Web site that enables mortgage originators to quickly and easily order mortgage-related products and services, track orders and manage loan status and flow.
Editorial includes comparisons of products and services, b2b Web site profiles, information on new technology marketing, executive interviews, legal issues in e-marketing, infrastructure developments, and examinations of Web-based campaigns.