AccuWeather.com Launches New netWeather Version 2.0
October 6, 2006
AccuWeather.com has launched the redesigned netWeather Version 2.0. Improvements make it available for use on all types of Web sites, including blogs, social networking sites such as MySpace.com, Spanish-language and international sites.
The company, headquartered in State College, Penn., said its netWeather Version 2.0 offers features not found in other free weather stickers. For Spanish-language Web sites, AccuWeather.com is releasing a Spanish version of netWeather Version 2.0. The new netWeather Version 2.0 sticker is available for every ZIP code in the United States and for locations all over the world.
AccuWeather.com netWeather Version 2.0 will be made available for download directly from some social networking sites, allowing users to add the weather to their personal pages without clicking away from the site.
"AccuWeather.com is happy to respond to the huge interest in personal Web postings with the only free weather sticker that really serves the needs of all kinds of sites," said Jim Candor, senior vice president of New Media for AccuWeather Inc. "We are reaching out to the international blogging and social networking site communities, offering the sizes and easy downloads they need and optimizing our stickers for popular sites like MySpace.com."