One year after the acquisition of Texterity by Godengo, the digital and mobile publishing provider (formerly known as Godengo+Texterity) reveals their new name and corporate vision as GTxcel.
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In 2012 Godengo+Texterity surveyed over 100 publishers and their teams to understand how they are using new media channels to grow their audience, attract advertisers, and make money. BPA Worldwide certified the results. Get the free report now!
Southborough, MA -- For the seventh consecutive year, BPA Worldwide has audited an annual publishing industry survey conducted by Texterity -- now Godengo+Texterity following an acquisition last March.
To meet growing demand from the magazine industry for a comprehensive technology solution for digital content publishing, industry leaders Godengo, Inc. and Texterity, Inc. today announced that they have joined forces to create the first unified platform that’s focused on helping publishers leverage digital, web, and mobile media.
Even a small magazine can make a powerful impression with a well-designed mobile presence. In some ways, digital platforms can level the playing field for small publishers wanting to attract readers' attention with innovative content and presentations.
But getting onto mobile platforms with apps and optimized websites can be a significant challenge for small publishers. While major magazine companies like Condé Nast and Time have resources for research and development and can dedicate employees to digital innovation, small magazines are often run on a shoestring by limited personnel.
Digital and mobile publishing leader Texterity and Penton Media announce the cross-platform availability of Broadcast Engineering magazine.
GIE Media, a nearly 30-year-old business-to-business media company, has been one to watch.