There are many content marketing tools that rely on data or science-backed logic to help you enhance customer retention. This is a list of five such tools that function across different channels and what you can use them to create.
Canto, a maker of Digital Asset Management solutions, has announced Web Publisher Pro, a new Option that allows users to publish Cumulus catalogs and to market digital assets on dynamic Web pages.
Posted Oct 18, 2002
Think Tools has announced a partnership with eRoom Technology, a provider of digital workplaces for extended enterprise collaboration.
Posted Oct 15, 2002
Ektron, Inc. has announced a formal technology relationship with Microsoft Corp., whereby Ektron supports integration of Ektron eWebEditPro and eWebEditPro+XML in Microsoft Content Management Server 2002.
Posted Oct 11, 2002
Corel Corporation has announced that Corel Ventura 10 is now available.
IXIASOFT and Adobe Systems Incorporated have announced that they will join forces to co-market and integrate IXIASOFT's TEXTML Server with Adobe FrameMaker 7.0.
Posted Oct 08, 2002
Now that XML has moved beyond being the latest cool thing, and is in fact being widely adopted and deployed, some practical questions are being asked about it. But these questions are only starting to be answered. Perhaps the biggest question about XML is, "Now that I've got it, where am I supposed to keep it?" Some of the big database players think they've got the answer.
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The Web is transforming the traditional publishing paradigm in a number of ways. Chief among them is the idea that online content has to become more service-oriented.
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Cross-media publishing, or repurposing, has been talked about ever since the exploding of the Web in the mid ’90s. But now, cross-media publishing has taken on a greater meaning, giving rise to two important concepts: Create One, Produce Many and the Content Master.
Posted Jul 01, 2001
A funny thing happened on the way to the revolution in New Media. Content, which once enjoyed consensus status as King of Digital Media, came under increasing attack to the legitimacy of its crown. And since commodities cannot be King, the search is on for a replacement.