Agility CMS announces a turn-key online magazine publishing solution.
Agility CEO, Michael Assad, says:
Physical magazine readership is dropping dramatically and the lost revenue threatens serious damage to the industry. Our magazine package is designed to bring magazines online following best practices we’ve learned over the last 10 years of working with Canada’s largest media companies — at a fraction of the cost of building solutions from scratch.”
With the company's magazine template solution, Agility will configure the content structures, skin the site for your design, help populate the site with content and customize its to meet your specs. The template solution also includes the complete website and mobile site, Agility CMS subscription, software hosting and support, website hosting, training and source code so you can customize your site on your own.
Agility says the new solution will help publishers increase page views and time spent on the pages, increase ad impressions, improve SEO, decrease page load time, optimize sites for mobile browsers and more. Because Agility is a Web-based solution, there's no need to install hardware or software.
Agility Keeps Busy
The new year is off to a good start for Agility CMS. Last month, Agility announced a broadcast solution that provides an out-of-the-box, customizable website for broadcasters in the media and entertainment industries.
Agility participated in Social Media Week in Toronto, which was held February 13-17. Agility hosted a Social Media Week Panel on Monetizing Digital Content for Online Advertising, and the video is now available online.
Pricing for the magazine template solution starts at US$ 9,850 and US$ 499 a month for Agility CMS licensing, hosting, upgrades and support. To request a free demo, visit the magazine package page.
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