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  • Free Online Content Brings in Readers and Revenue

    Now there's proof that tearing down walls and unlatching gates has its merits -- in case you had your doubts. Nielsen recently released the latest ratings for online traffic for newspapers. The numbers indicate that "more people visited NYTimes.com than any other newspaper Web site in October." With more than

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  • 40 Percent of EU Printed News Will Be User-Generated in Near Future

    For "legit" print journalists, the day of reckoning may be approaching more quickly than any of us would like. A survey by web CMS vendor Polopoly reports that, according to European newspaper execs, 40 percent of published content will be user generated. In the next three years. Because of this,

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  • American Magazine Conference Disguises Itself as Web Conference

    Wow. If I had attended the American Magazine Conference earlier this week (which I didn't), I might have thought (amid the plethora of opening remarks and keynote address by former White House Press Secretary Tony Snow) it was actually a web marketing conference instead. This is telling, as the age

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  • JustSystems Webinar Outlines Path for Single-Source XML Publishing

    JustSystems is hosting a complimentary webinar called "Fast-track Single Sourcing: The Road to DITA Success," part of its XML Advisor Webinar series. The event takes place on Thursday, 25 October at 1 PM Eastern. Attendees will learn how to build a business case for the Darwin Information Type Architecture

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  • Libreka Poses European Threat to Google Book Search

    With its Book Search feature, Google smugly drives home the point David Bercovich tried to make when he called the company "the world’s largest content management system." (We totally called that, by the way.

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  • Mochila and Clickability Partner to Sustain Online Publishing

    The online marketplace, where publishers, editors and advertisers shop for quality content, just got a boost. Mochila, the first global online media marketplace for print, video, and photo content, has announced a partnership with Clickability, a leading content management platform. This partnership gives Clickability clients the ability to syndicate content

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  • News Publishers Say Free Content is Better

    After years of newspapers charging readers for "premium" access to content, push has now come to shove. In recent weeks there's been talk from both The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal about making most or all their content free. Keeping in mind the old adage, "the best

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  • Deep Breaths All: MovableType 4 Released

    After much pomp, circumstance and plenty of clean-up, Six Apart today releases the commercial version of Movable Type 4.

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  • Web 2.0: Who Really Participates?

    We’re most all familiar with the notion of Web 2.0 (if you aren’t, check out this helpful article). But with all this talk about user participation and interaction, what are the actual figures? How many Web 2.0 users create content and how many simply access it? Hitwise, an online competitive

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  • Web Publishing: Good Traffic; Bad Traffic

    Businesses are starting to recognize it’s not the volume of online traffic, but the quality that counts. Good traffic comprises relevant visitors who are likely to fulfill a desired action on your website, whether it’s to make a purchase, e-mail or call, subscribe to a newsletter or what have you.

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  • Publishers to Merge Print and Online Metrics

    The main U.S. newspaper auditing group, Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC), has announced that it will now include newspapers' print, online and combined readership figures in its biannual reports, citing that "the numbers are a key factor in negotiations on newspaper advertising rates between newspapers and marketers."ABC calls Audience-FAX, to

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  • Lexicon Losing Luster? Hit WordCamp This Summer

    Make the trek out to San Francisco on July 21 and 22 for WordCamp, an indubitable hodgepodge of WordPress users, blogging purists and collabo -hungry enterprise elites, all raring to add new buzz to already unintelligible 2.0-ridden vernacular.

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  • Author-it Makes Every Man Master of Both Time and Content

    New Zealand's Author-it Software, which specializes in authoring, publishing, localization and web content management, has released Author-it Live, which takes all the characteristics Author-it is known for and puts them into a neat little authoring package.

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  • For Publishing Media You Do, Think YUDU

    YUDU Media just launched a publishing platform that enables publishers of any size to build online worlds out of traditional media.Even if an enterprise's print media foundations are strong, digital media is increasingly necessary in a fluid information world.

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