|By Business Wire||
|June 18, 2014 02:40 PM EDT||
WTWH Media today announced the acquisition of engineering community site Electro-Tech-Online.com. Electro-Tech-Online.com is an electrical engineering membership forum with more than 170,000 registered users and logs more than 500,000 page views per month. Electro-Tech-Online.com combined with EDAboard.com strengthens the company’s foothold in the electrical engineering market with more than 650,000 members and 1.3M monthly page views.
“Electro-Tech-Online.com is a perfect companion to EDAboard.com with fewer than 7,000 duplicated members and the site offers a very active community for our electrical engineering audience,” said Scott McCafferty, Co-Founder & Managing Partner of WTWH Media. “Electro-Tech-Online.com further expands our reach into markets where electrical engineering is key and the acquisition is a optimum addition to our fast growing design engineering and renewable energy digital networks.”
About WTWH Media, LLC
WTWH Media LLC is an integrated b2b media company serving the design engineering and renewable energy markets with more than 30 technology based web sites and four print publications. The WTWH networks serve design engineers, engineering management, and other professionals in automation, medical equipment, motion control, off-highway, packaging, semiconductor and renewable energy markets among others. More information at marketing.wtwhmedia.com.
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