TinBu Launches Interactive Daily Crossword Puzzle Channel For Online Publishers

September 29, 2009

Article by: Theme Crosswords

The new Crossword Puzzle channel is available with built in revenue generation and will feature daily Sunday and diamond crossword puzzles created by Myles Mellor. Daily crossword puzzles are also available for print use giving newspapers a turn-key solution.

(Pensacola Fl) TinBu a leading provider of interactive content channels for online publishers is pleased to announce the launching of their new interactive Crossword Puzzle channel. The new content channel featuring TinBu s patent-pending technology was created in partnership with Myles Mellor a globally recognized top-level crossword puzzle creator and developer Bob Williams of igamebank®.

"Crossword puzzles are a renewable source of engaging content that millions of online users play daily. We are pleased to have partnered with Myles Mellor to create what we feel is the best interactive crossword puzzle content for web publishers " said John Brier TinBu s CEO.

The Crossword Puzzle channel will initially feature a daily crossword puzzle. In November the channel will also include easier to solve diamond crossword puzzles as well as the larger and more complex Sunday crossword puzzles once a week. Through this partnership daily crossword puzzles are also available for print use giving newspaper publishers a turn-key crossword puzzle solution for both print and online publications.

Myles Mellor commented: "There are an estimated 50 million crossword puzzle solvers in the US alone. I am very happy to be partnering with TinBu in getting high quality crosswords of various levels of difficulty out to them in a user-friendly application."

The new TinBu Crossword Puzzle channel can be reviewed at this link:

http://www.tinbu.com/tinbu_web/content/crosswords.php

Product features include:
• Daily traditional crossword puzzles (Oct. 09).
• Daily Diamond crossword puzzles that are easier to solve (Nov. 09).
• Weekly jumbo Sunday crossword puzzles (Nov. 09).
• Ability to save the puzzle and come back to complete it at a later time.
• Mouse over hints in all puzzles.
• Built in timer records time to solve each puzzle.
• Ability to pause the timer to take a break from solving the puzzle.
• Solve button to automatically solve any puzzle.
• Help button provides instructions for all games.

TinBu s twenty individual content channels are designed to increase publishers site traffic repeat visits visitor satisfaction and revenue generation. The Crossword Puzzle channel is available free of charge for online publishers featuring built in revenue generation or advertising free on a licensing fee basis. For more information visit TinBu online at www.TinBu.com .

About TinBu:

TinBu uses patent-pending technology to provide interactive data products to leading online and wireless companies worldwide. TinBu`s clients include AOL AOL Latino AOL Canada AOL Mexico Telemundo MSN MSN Espánol MSNBC USA TODAY BellSouth ATT Media General Inergize Digital CBS Television ABC Television Fox Television CBS Radio Boston Herald Boston Globe Tribune Toronto Star CBC New Media My Red Fish Local Solutions Networks Motricity uClick St. Louis Post Dispatch Hello Metro New York Daily News DirecTV Univision Terra Networks Yahoo! People PC and many others.

About Myles Mellor:

Myles Mellor has published over 4500 crossword puzzles in over 450 newspapers magazines and websites. His credits include: Coastal Living MasterCard NASA Turner TV "The Closer"- "Saving Grace"-"HawthoRNe" Nasdaq American Airlines Eagle magazine the History Channel magazine Oracle IBM Conde Naste MacLaren McCann Fleishman-Hillard Gannett custom publishing Financial Executive International Entrepreneur Dwell CostCo Lands End America’s Community Bankers Wall Street Letter Traders Vibe magazine AAA Tribune Media Services Interval International Rotary International Computer World Meeting Professionals International American Nurse Dallas Morning News Las Vegas Review Journal and hundreds more. Myles can be reached through his web site at themecrosswords.com