Content Commerce

What role does marketing play in the econtent industry? Marketing is developing and positioning an econtent product so that someone will actually want to buy it.

Posted Apr 23, 2004

According to many publishers large and small, the contextual ad programs set up by the major search engines and some other ad networks are spreading ad revenue wealth generously. But will it last?

Posted Apr 19, 2004

ECNext, a provider of technology and services for selling and delivering commercial-business information via the Web, has teamed with E4X, Inc., a provider of online multi-currency services.

Posted Apr 06, 2004

ECNext, a provider of technology and services for selling and delivering commercial- business information via the Web, has announced that the Dow Jones & Company publication, the Far Eastern Economic Review (The Review), has engaged ECNext's ecommerce platform and services to sell its business reports on the Web.

Posted Mar 05, 2004

Imagine a digital content-commerce environment where buying and selling the rights to a game, song, or ring tone is as easy as buying a newspaper. That is exactly the goal of Navio, a digital commerce service provider that launched a brandable version of its primary customer interface this month.

Posted Jan 30, 2004

Psst! Wanna make some quick cash? Here, take these search engine text ads and run them next to some of your own relevant content.

Posted Jan 01, 2004

Yaga, Inc., a provider of commerce services for digital content and online businesses, has been chosen to supply digital content commerce services for Journal Interactive, the Internet division of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and member of the Real Cities Network.

Posted Dec 12, 2003

ECNext, a provider of technology and services for selling and delivering commercial business information via the Web, has added another market research and consulting firm to its client list.

Posted Dec 12, 2003

The EContent 100 issue with the most important, influential, and successful companies in the content industry seems like a good spot from which to project forward a bit and “Follow the Money” into the content industry’s likeliest revenue streams in 2004.

Posted Dec 12, 2003

Payment One Corporation, a provider of payment solutions for digital content, online premium service, and internet access providers, has announced that SkyNET Telesystems, a pioneer in VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) long distance services has deployed PaymentOne's payment and billing services for its online subscribers.

Posted Nov 18, 2003

Altova Inc., producer of XMLSPY, has announced the availability of Release 3 of Altova's recently released, version 2004 product line, a family of XML development and XML content authoring tools, designed to enable new XML and Web services applications.

Posted Oct 24, 2003

Specialty-content cards, using AT&T PrePaid Web Cents technology, are now available at all Wal-Mart stores.

Posted Oct 24, 2003

Javien Digital Payment Solutions and NXTbook Media have joined forces in an effort to provide a simple, seamless online method for NXTbook to sell digital content.

Posted Oct 14, 2003

ECNext, a provider of technology and services for selling and delivering commercial business information via the Web, has announced the launch of business consulting firm Kline & Company's ecommerce site for the sale and distribution of its market research reports.

Posted Oct 10, 2003

Solucient LLC has extended its agreement with ECNext to include the building and management of an online channel for publications and reports from Solucient's 100 Top Hospitals: National Benchmarks for Success.

Posted Oct 03, 2003

Online micropayment is an idea that just won’t die…nor will it quite come to life. While growing seven-fold in 2002, they still represent a mere 1% of online content revenues.

Posted Oct 02, 2003

Finding one-off statistics and stock photography used to be a pain in the butt for marketing professionals, but times they are a-changin'.

Posted Oct 01, 2003

EasyAsk, a provider of information access software and Synchronized Search and Navigation, has announced EasyAsk Commerce Advisor, a component of its new EasyAsk Enterprise 9 platform designed for the needs of business-to-business and business-to-consumer commerce Web sites featuring products, services, and related content.

Posted Sep 26, 2003

ECNext, a provider of technology and services for selling and delivering commercial business information via the Web, has closed a previously scheduled $2 million in additional financing.

Posted Sep 26, 2003

ATG (Art Technology Group), a provider of software applications for commerce and customer self-service, has announced the general availability of ATG 6.1.

Posted Sep 23, 2003

Yaga, Inc., a provider of payment services for digital content and online businesses, has announced that Paymentech, a debit and credit card processor, is now offering Yaga's Digital Content Commerce Solution to their merchant customers.

Posted Sep 19, 2003

What’s really at stake with the over-hyped concept of branding—in fact, what branding’s really about—is a focus on the customer.

Posted Sep 19, 2003

IVP Technology Corp., d.b.a. ActiveCore Technologies Inc., has announced an agreement to purchase an equity interest in ePocket Inc., a Toronto-based developer of micro-payment technology.

Posted Sep 16, 2003

Typically with B2C, much of the fresh content is free and includes ads, but readers are charged for archived data. That’s all well and good for B2C, but what about business-to-business publishers and their online properties?

Posted Sep 11, 2003

Gaming companies may have a thing or two to teach content companies about diversifying revenue streams and keeping paying customers satisfied.

Posted Sep 08, 2003