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Workflow

June 11, 2010

Increase productivity with ePublishing’s built-in workflow. Manage multiple websites from one set of tools with a fully customizable process to meet your specific needs.

ePublishing’s dashboard allows editors, writers, proofreaders, stringers and others to view their assignments. Managers can view and monitor multiple staff assignments.

Our workflow maintains a chain of custody and version control of each article through the editorial process, from assignment, to review, editing, and fact checking, to final approval and publishing to print and/or web.

For a detailed look at this critical feature, contact us for an online demo.

 

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Google is on the Move, Favoring Responsive Design

It’s no secret that Google is constantly changing their algorithm, and now the search engine will rank mobile-friendly sites higher in search results when people are searching from a mobile device.  As a digital publisher, it can be tricky to keep up.

How to Keep User Management in Mind for Website Design

As one of the 10 key qualities that guarantee success in website design, user management is certainly something to you want to set up right, from the beginning. 

Revenue in Redesign: Six Features Your New Website Should Have

For BtoB Publishers, a website redesign or update is not simply about making it pretty and responsive. It’s about growing revenue. 

4 Reasons Why Customer Support Can Make or Break Your Publishing Platform

Most business owners certainly recognize that having a website is imperative, but it’s hard to think beyond just getting it designed, up and running. 

5 Key Ingredients to Editorial Efficiency

Today, your editorial strategy as a BtoB publisher should be about a digital-first approach. That means a lot of things, but at the heart of it, dwells your editorial workflow. 

6 Signs That You Need to Improve Your Editorial Workflow

Knowing that you need to improve efficiencies and knowing what you need to do to accomplish that are two different things. You can’t make comprehensive improvements without knowing where improvements can be made. Hence, it’s important to regularly assess your workflow.