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Under Bezos, Washington Post Has A New Way To Make Money

Under Bezos, Washington Post Has A New Way To Make Money

By Chris Crum December 30, 2014

Last year, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos bought The Washington Post. Now, the newspaper is moving forward with a new revenue stream, and it’s something pretty unique for a newspaper publisher. The Post will license its content management system …

Web Analytics Vendor Comparison

Today CMS Watch released the Web Analytics Report, which evaluates 13 major Web Analytics suppliers based on extensive vendor research, interviews with customers across a range of industry sectors, and "hands on" testing of solutions. Purchase the report at: http://www.cmswatch.com/

The Web Analytics report is divided up into 6 main parts:

Part 1 – How to Use this Report

Enterprise CMS Comparison Report

CMS Watch, a vendor-neutral analyst firm that evaluates content management, enterprise search, and portal technologies, has found that some of the biggest Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Suite vendors are experiencing the most change right now, and therefore, customers’ erstwhile "safest" bets might also carry significant near-term risks.

Bad Plan and a Bad CMS Implementation

One of the biggest mistakes really large publishers make today is doing SEO like it’s 1999. They throw up hundreds, thousands, and sometimes millions of pages, with the belief that more is better. This has grown exponentially with web 2.0 and blogging apps and cross-tagging, listing and publishing content in multiple spots. Here’s an example that’s pretty typical of a problem I see with alarming frequency.

CMS Watch to Release Web Analytics Report

This news release ties in perfectly with my post on the Web Analytics Comparison Guide last week:

After the Milwaukee Interactive Marketing Association

OK, I’m finally back in Salt Lake and able to take a few minutes to post about my recent trip to Milwaukee to present to the Milwaukee Interactive Marketing Association (MIMA).

I am thoroughly impressed with the hospitality I was shown in Milwaukee. Everyone was very helpful and welcoming. I appreciate that very much. I intend to return to Milwaukee and see more of this great city.

Choosing a CMS to Build Your Website
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Nothing irks a non-tech savvy person so much as an “opportunity” to manage his website him- or herself: creating each page individually from a template, copying the file to the FTP server, placing links from other pages manually and what not.

That’s what keeps content management systems alive: they make the whole process of building and managing website easy for a non-developer type of person. In this post, you can learn how to choose the right content management for yourself and your website.

Madison AdFed Presentation and Resources

Well, I just finished delivering a presentation for the Madison, Wisconsin Advertising Federation.

Using WordPress as a CMS
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There has been talk about using Wordpress beyond the typical blog set-up, into the realms of a full-fledged content management system or CMS. Yet, most people have no idea how this is even possible.

SEO and Sitemaps

If you follow search engine news you know that the major search engines are fighting tooth and nail for market share.

WebSideStory Publish 4.0

Late last week WebSideStory announced the release of their latest On Demand CMS system which integrates directly with HBX Analytics.

Customizing Content Management Systems
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Web Sites can never be considered complete. Regular content updates are necessary if you hope to benefit from the existence of your web site.

Search Engine Friendly CMS

A CMS (or content management system) can be a great way to manage a website of any size. One problem that a lot of these content management systems face is that they fail when it comes to meeting SEO standards.

WordPress And CMS: How To Make It Work

Since the release of WordPress, web users have customized this blogging software to suit their own needs.

Tips on How to Redesign a Large (Dynamic) Website

Redesigning large dynamic websites can either be easy or problematic. Read how you can redesign your large website easily and efficiently.

Web-Based Content Management System: Basics

A web-based content management system (CMS) is used for webdesign so that the php, asp or jsp scripts call in the data from the mysql or sql database to create the content on a page.

Webmaster Questions for CMS Developers

Before Oneupweb, I worked at an online children’s store. One of my many duties there (my desk was always covered in toys) was to manage our store’s migration to an entirely new e-commerce platform.