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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.

Contact us for a demonstration of this powerful feature.

 

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What Publishers Should Ask About Responsive Design

The nature of responsive design will continue to evolve, but your content will always be at the heart of it. That’s why questions like this should be part of the conversation with your designer. 

BtoB Audience Personas: Four Tips for Publishers

BtoB publishing is its own animal and there are a few key points to remember when establishing and applying audience personas to your content marketing approach. 

Five Reasons Why Segmentation = Revenue

Data is only data, unless you do something with it.  That’s why we start by using it to segment our audiences. 

Four Reasons Your Readers Will Love Behaviorally-Targeted Content

 We’ve been talking about how behavior-based content can drive revenue and increase the value of your audience’s experience. 

4 Reasons Publishers Love Behaviorally-Targeted Content

Behavioral Content is content that responds to how readers interact with your website. But, it’s more than that.

SEO in 2014: 4 Tips for Publishers

 You’ve probably heard a bit of buzz around SEO lately.  Or maybe it’s more of a hum.  Since Google released Hummingbird (their major search engine overhaul) along with a host of ongoing changes, people are questioning the fate of SEO.