Content Management System

Vox Media’s New Structure for Story Packages Gives Readers Context
March 28, 2018 at 10:56 am

Getting someone to click over to an article on your website is one thing. Getting them to click on another story once they get there? That’s harder. As social media has grown more dominant as a content discovery tool, news sites’ bounce rates — one lonely pageview, then right back to Facebook or Twitter or wherever —…

How Money-Media Converted Free Subscriptions to Paid Newsletters
March 28, 2018 at 8:00 am

There are countless free newsletters in B2B publishing, as well there should be. Newsletters do great things. They are the number one traffic builder for most niche verticals, since social media and search only go so far in bringing hydrocarbon experts or facility managers to your site repeatedly. Sending daily - or at least weekly…

Press Release: ALM Relaunches Legal Brand Platform Powered by Law.com
October 23, 2017 at 1:58 pm

New​ ​York,​ ​NY​ ​–​ ​Oct.​ ​23,​ ​2017​— ALM today announced the launch of a new platform that unites ALM’s 18 legal brands under the common “law.com” URL. Following the company’s Global Newsroom launch in 2016, this scalable infrastructure is the next step in ALM’s digital evolution - providing a platform for rapid execution of innovation…

Forbes, F+W, TMB, Adweek, The Street Among Speakers at FUSE Tech Summit
August 17, 2017 at 12:54 pm

The FUSE Media Summit is just around the corner and has lined up an impressive speaking roster of digital media executives and technology experts. Once again conference chair -- and now Adweek CEO -- Jeff Litvack will kick things off with an insightful keynote where he'll give us his diagnosis of the media biz. Litvack…

Time Inc. Is Moving All Its Websites to a New Platform Called Element
July 31, 2017 at 1:26 pm

Time Inc. websites will be getting a new look over the next few months, thanks to a new in-house platform called Element. Ben Ronne, Time Inc.’s executive director, product, platforms, told me that this is part of a broader effort to centralize the company’s technology — for example, he said that in the past year,…

FUSE Startup Derby: Quintype Wants to Simplify Publishers' Tech Stacks
May 9, 2017 at 11:26 am

Quintype CEO Amit Rathore explains how the startup has combined content management, distribution, and marketing automation into a single platform to help publishers reduce the number of tools in their tech stack. Quintype was one of seven startups that participated in the inaugural FUSE Startup Derby at the 2016 FUSE Media summit.

Standing Out on Mobile Starts with CMS Tweaks
March 14, 2017 at 2:23 pm

Even the plumbing of digital publishing is mobile-first now. With a growing number of publishers now drawing a majority of their readers on mobile devices, several of them, including BuzzFeed, Vox Media and The New York Times, have changed their CMS architecture to get editors more focused on how their content looks on mobile devices.…

Revolution at The Washington Post
November 30, 2016 at 2:41 pm

IS IT AN UNDERHANDED COMPLIMENT to be called the most innovative company in the newspaper business? The Washington Post will happily take it. In the three years since Amazon’s Jeff Bezos bought the Post for $250 million—now seen as a steal for one of the great brands in publishing—the Post has reinvented itself with digital…