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June 11, 2010

Site Search offers an easy way for site users to access all site content and products.

Our unified Search displays content results alongside related products, site archives, media files, conferences and events.

Search results pages will display an organized, complete resource for your customers and subscribers, providing access to all related products and services.

With keyword and Advanced Search capabilities, site users can search your entire site in the way that works best for them.

The ePublishing site search returns highly relevant results very quickly, and can be used to drive product purchases and time-on-site.

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ePublishing Blog

Will Digital Publishers Go Website-Free?

Whoa. The thought probably makes you feel . . . naked. It’s an interesting idea, but is it realistic? Yes and no. 

Time Inc.: Lessons in Digital Transformation

Let's take a look at how the nation’s biggest magazine publisher is coping with the inevitable changes to the industry and what strategies they are pursuing to maintain leadership.

Social Media is a Wild Animal. Don’t Let that Scare You.

Social media is the wolverine we’ve invited into our home. We don’t know why we invited it in, but there is something powerful and compelling about it. 

Why Integrations Mean Better Relationships and Four Tips for Getting There

Publishing content is no longer just about the content. It’s about building relationships across multiple channels and countless formats.

BtoB Humor: 5 Ways to Make It Work

How many senior editors does it take to change a lightbulb?

Reader Engagement: 4 Tactics That Give You More

Let’s face it: measuring what your readers are doing is not an exact science . . . yet.