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How to Choose a Project Management System

Content is at the heart of every business. We spend a lot of time talking about content strategy, but very little talking about the reality of creating and managing it. When you have content being created by different people, at multiple locations chaos can ensue. Throw freelancers into the mix, and the picture gets even more confusing. A solid strategy must be in place for tracking assignments, billings, draft work, hours, and final product.Read More >>

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What Publishers Can Learn from the Demise of Tech Media Players

In the world of digital publishing, the law of the jungle still applies, as it does in any industry: Only the fittest shall survive. But while eContent providers initiate and expire with regularity these days, recent news of the shakeout of three notable names in tech media--Gigaom, Joystiq, and The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)--has caused some players in this space to sit up, take notice, and ask nervous questions.Read More >>

Mobilegeddon is Here: 5 Tips for Surviving Google's Mobile-Focused Algorithm Change

Providing a good mobile experience is no longer optional (and frankly, it's hasn't been for a long time). You may have heard dire predictions about the latest changes coming from Google. If your website isn't friendly to mobile browsers, you may have big problems as Google rolls out mobile-focused algorithm changes. Of course, we hope that you already got the message about the importance of mobile-friendly sites, but just in case you did not, here are some tips on how to weather this change.Read More >>

What’s at Stake for Content Creators in the Net Neutrality Debate?

On the fast-paced information superhighway--where speed rules and web wannabes drool--the spinning hourglass is as lethal a symbol as the skull and crossbones. Luckily for big and small content providers alike, the open and unfettered internet--where all data is theoretically treated equally and neutrally and consumers can access content quickly without fear of a site being deliberately blocked or choked off by broadband providers--has prevailed, thanks to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voting to preserve Net Neutrality in late February.Read More >>

Seamless Content Migrations: Strategy Determines Success

Disastrous CMS implementations are a dime a dozen: budget overruns, content that gets lost or doesn't migrate accurately, or worse, a system that simply doesn't work after a significant commitment of time and other resources. But here's the good news: This doesn't have to be you. These disasters happen to people who don't plan, develop a good strategy, and get help from experienced partners who can guide them through the necessary steps.Read More >>

Are Brand Communities the Future of Marketing?

Brand communities are making a comeback. Where companies once relied on their own message boards and communities to get their messages out, social media sites took over to a great degree--but now the tide is slowly turning the other way. According to Forrester's "Predictions 2015: Marketing Leaders Mix Data, Content, and Insight To Craft Brand Experiences," written by Luca S. Paderni and Shar VanBoskirk, branded communities will enjoy a resurgence in 2015.Read More >>

SAE International: A Case of Elusive Consistency

Each year, SAE organizes about 27 international meetings, serving those three sectors related to the mobility industries, Fadik says; from those events, nearly 3,000 technical papers and journal articles are produced. "So that's really kind of where our whole scenario started," she says. "What we needed to do was to publish the documents in a consistent format. Print still is very important to our customers, so we still have to maintain that print product; so when we looked at the challenges we were facing, that led us down this path."Read More >>

Tools You'll Use: Lisa Kasanicky, Content Curator at ClearVoice & iAcquire

The right tools are an integral part of getting any job done. In the world of digital content tools are plentiful, so finding the right one for you can be tricky. That's why we ask the experts what tools they use to get their jobs done.Read More >>

A Guide to The Internet of Things

Just as the elephant is grasped differently by each of the monks in "The Blind Men and the Elephant," you'll hear a different take on the Internet of Things (IoT) based on whom you ask. That's not surprising because it is really such a wide-ranging subject. Here is an attempt to distill the essence, providing you with a summary and a current snapshot of this behemoth.Read More >>

Google, Amazon, and the Future of Digital Content

As you may already know, Amazon announced an uptick in earnings in its 2014 fourth quarter, while Google reported a dip. Amazon says fourth quarter sales were up 15% to $29.33 billion. Google too announced an increase in sales-ad revenue grew 14% year-over-year in Q4-but that represented a slowdown in growth. But if Amazon and Google are bellwethers of the digital content industry, what can we learn from these earnings reports?Read More >>

An Interview with Lisa Kasanicky, Content Curator, ClearVoice and iAcquire

As content curator for the digital agency iAcquire, Lisa Kasanicky's primary charge is to manage blogs for the iAcquire and ClearVoice websites. She jokes that the job comes with "a long checklist of responsibilities and a tweed newsboy cap," as she works on everything from big-picture tasks (such as creating editorial calendars and nailing down topics with contributors) to details (such as crafting SEO titles and descriptions). She also writes guest blog posts, ebooks, case studies, client content, and email blasts.Read More >>
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