- Cyceon shows exceptional skills in predicting major developments,
- Cyceon launches a 12 euros/Mo or 120 euros/Yr subscription offer,
- Cyceon looks for subscription sales/distribution partners.
Paris, France, Nov. 14, 2016 – « Quantity doesn’t make a genius, » said Charles Rault, Founder and CEO of Cyceon, a Paris-headquartered Global, Economic and Strategic news service. Since 2014, Cyceon has optimized a large but disparate network of correspondents and sources around the world with a view to setting up a specific online offer that stands out from other news services as it publishes an optimal volume of ‘short information’ for maximum understanding. “There is a lot of information everywhere, sometimes true, sometimes false, often incomplete,” explained Rault.
“That’s why Cyceon has started from September 2016 a subscription offer at just 12 euros per month or 120 euros per year for those who wish to access all our high-value content,” announced Rault, a veteran analyst according to Newsweek.
So far, Cyceon has shown exceptional skills in predicting Donald Trump’s rise to the GOP nomination as soon as June 2015, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s strategy in Syria or most recently the reasons behind the short-lived increase in oil prices. “We don’t write much, however we deal with large amounts of data. Our competitive advantage consists of doing everything we can to help our readers save time. What’s usually available in 1,000, 2,000 words in many publications can often be summarized in just 200 words, with more long-term efficiency,” Charles Rault pointed out.
Behind the scenes, these 200 words result from seasoned experience in the field of data analysis and exploitation. In addition to a complete website with more than 500 articles already, available in English and French languages, subscribers receive the most relevant information as a monthly 4-page PDF file and around-the-clock e-mails with highly valuable updates inside. “You can know what’s going on and don’t miss a thing by just taking a couple hours per month visiting Cyceon.com,” Rault concluded.
With more than 10,000 subscribers to its Free Newsletter and feeds, Cyceon is now looking for partners with a view to increasing its distribution and subscription sales. “For instance, Cyceon can be the perfect plus, the ideal option for an online service or a major publication’s subscription offer,” Charles Rault underlined.
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