Six Apart is a company developing, marketing, and supporting social publishing services for marketers, publishers, and bloggers.
Six Apart produces Movable Type, a social publishing platform, dedicated to helping businesses and bloggers manage content in today's social media landscape. Six Apart KK has assumed responsibility over all intellectual property and business operations of Movable Type, as well as trademark rights of Six Apart. The new Six Apart, a Japanese corporation formerly known as Six Apart KK, currently develops, markets, and supports Movable Type for a global user base, and also operates the company's website (www.sixapart.com).
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