As long as the state of online news publishing still flickers and fades, there will be companies who aim to capture as much of its light as they can. Recently, LOUD3R, launched a newly redesigned version of its real-time content discovery, curation and publishing platform.
New Update, More Engagement
LOUD3R’s platform, which is known for synthesizing news, blogs, photos, videos and social media on any topic, has been enhanced with features designed to give publishers more flexibility and control over their brand. The new version offers minute-by-minute content monitoring, including blogs, news feeds and social media, as well as a fully integrated Twitter management suite, which can be used to identify and engage with influential Twitter users.
Content streams that are organized within the LOUD3R platform can be published directly to websites, apps and social media, making it easier and more efficient to push out dynamic content to multiple media channels. More than just an RSS feed, LOUD3R has positioned itself as an end-to-end solution for discovering, curating and publishing content.
Using LOUD3R to curate content from the hundreds of blogs in the ChicagoNow network and from around the web, readers can find and engage with what they’re looking for easier than before.
Stream Your Content Through the Right Channels
LOUD3R lets editors and publishers compile lists of websites and keywords, from which it then creates its content feeds. The feeds are also run against LOUD3R’s semantic search and aggregation technology, which identifies the most relevant news stories, photos, videos and social media content from hundreds of thousands of websites.
Daily News uses LOUD3R to power its Travel page, which provides content from around the web in an effort to bring readers the latest travel-related content, integrated seamlessly into the site’s existing design.
In the end, publishers have a content stream that accurately reflects their interests and preferences. Using LOUD3R’s dashboard software, publishers can manage and update their content feeds as well as the publication of streams of both in-house and web content, and social media.
Currently, several online news publishers use LOUD3R, including New York Daily News and the Tribune Media Group. The newly updated version is now available to everyone.