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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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Why Data is Important for Your Digital Publishing Strategy

You’ve heard plenty about “Big Data” and you might be just as skeptical about it now as you were when people first started talking about it, but let’s talk today about why data should be an important part of your digital strategy. 

5 Social Publishing Trends for 2015

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Trends in Social Login and Sharing Behavior for Your Strategy in 2015

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8 Ways to Boost SEO in 2015

SEO will continue to change and what better time to evaluate your strategy than the New Year? Consider these tactics for a successful year in SEO.

6 Tips to Make Events Work

By now you know that events should no longer take a backseat in your publishing caravan. If done right, events can add to your revenue and bring your brand to life. That sounds all well and good, but where’s the proof?