EContent's Trendsetting Products 2017

May 01, 2017

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Article ImageLast year, one thing was clear—there was a glut of tools on the market. That still remains true, but the trend that is most interesting to me in 2017 is the emergence of new
types of content and delivery methods. Whether it’s the booming podcast industry, the burgeoning marketing for virtual reality, or the proliferation of devices bringing content straight into your home, I can’t stop thinking about the ways we will see the digital content industry continue to grow.

With all of that in mind, I present EContent’s annual Trendsetting Products list. Each year, we turn to our inboxes, our coverage, and our contributors to find out what products are helping content creators of all kinds stay on top of their game. I hope you find these products as interesting and as potentially helpful as we do!


—THERESA CRAMER, EDITOR

ProductProduct Showcase
Acrolinx 
Adobe Experience Manager 
Amazon Echo 
Amplero 
Bidstream Optimizer 
Blippbuilder 
Brightcove's Video Cloud 
Censhare's Digital Experience PlatformShowcase
Ceros 
Cintell 
Computer Vision API 
Content Analysis Tool 
Custos for eBooks 
Distil Networks' Bot Detection 
DivvyHQ 
DV Pinnacle 
Evergage Recommend 
Facebook Live 
Forensiq 
Frame.io 
Generate Pro 
GlobalSight 
Google Home 
HubSpot Marketing 
Integral Ad Science 
Kaltura Online Video Platform 
Kapost 
Lingotek 
Linqia 
Lionbridge's Translation Management System 
Moat Analytics 
MyScript's Interactive Ink 
OpenX 
Oracle CX 
Percolate 
Pubfood 
ScribbleLive 
SDL Trados Studio 
SkywordShowcase
Smartling's Mobile Delivery Network 
SnapApp 
StudioPress Sites 
Sumo Pro 
Telerik Sitefinity CMS 
Yext Knowledge Engine 
Uberflip 
Ustream Pro Broadcasting 
Visual Website Optimizer 
WordPress 
Zoomin IoT 

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