Kiplinger Goes Mobile Across Platforms For On-The-Go Finance Junkies

The folks at Kiplinger have “significantly expanded” the digital reach of its venerable financial publication steeped in business forecasts and personal finance advice. As of today, Kiplinger will be accessible anytime and anywhere thanks to the new Kiplinger mobile website, a free mobile offering that, according to the editorial staff, “will provide a more interactive …   Read More

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The folks at Kiplinger have “significantly expanded” the digital reach of its venerable financial publication steeped in business forecasts and personal finance advice.

As of today, Kiplinger will be accessible anytime and anywhere thanks to the new Kiplinger mobile website, a free mobile offering that, according to the editorial staff, “will provide a more interactive version of its traditional web and newsletter based content,” including subscriber access to the Kiplinger Letters in a mobile-friendly format.

“Whether our readers are on a train, at the beach, or in a conference room or living room, they will be able to access our timely analysis and advice on personal finance issues and our reliable economic and business forecasts,” said Knight Kiplinger, editor in chief of Kiplinger.com. “Along with serving our current readers, we look forward to engaging new audiences through this expanded offering.”

The company also announced today that in coming weeks, highly-interactive mobile applications will be available for the iPhone and iPad as well as smart phone and tablet applications for Android devices.

To reach a broader audience, Kiplinger will also provide backward compatibility for any mobile device, including the Motorola Razor and the Blackberry Torch.

Kiplinger said in a press release Tuesday that the development and execution of the new mobile offerings was facilitated with the assistance of nclud, a web design agency boasting other high profile media clients, like The Washington Post and National Journal.

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  1. Buddy

    I don't have a smart phone and the site didn't work for me. Stating it has “significantly expanded” is an overstatement.

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