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June 11, 2010

We host customers - not just servers.

ePublishing’s hosting solutions provide the ultimate in speed, scalability and reliability. Our state-of-the art systems, processes and redundant hardware combine for a best-in-class environment, yet remains cost-effective.

Clustered database and application servers, robust caching, data center redundancy, bandwidth diversity and a Cisco-powered network deliver the fastest, most secure and stable environment for your site.

Mission-critical content and eCommerce sites need more than just “large pipes.“ The challenge of supporting multiple integration points, workflow, high content throughput and numerous partners requires a data center design that is not only high-bandwidth, but low-latency and high-availability.

 

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ePublishing Blog

UGC: 4 Ways to Use Reviews to Boost SEO

User reviews are a great way to acquire new content regularly and boost customer confidence, but when leveraged appropriately, they can also increase traffic and conversions.

BtoB Marketing: Six Tips for Getting It Right

We get it: marketing isn’t what it used it be. It’s more than what it used to be. You’ve got numerous channels to navigate and limited resources. 

Twitter Today: 7 Tips for Improving Your Engagement

With 284 million active monthly users and 500 million Tweets sent each day, there is a lot of opportunity to find and engage potential customers on Twitter. But, just how do you ensure said engagement?

Why Time-Based Advertising and Individualization Could Be a Match Made in Heaven

If you aren’t operating with a multi-tier taxonomy system and working diligently to deliver related, highly relevant content to your readers, then you are likely selling yourself short, not just in content marketing, but also in advertising revenue. 

Why Web Content Management Isn’t What It Used to Be

You probably remember when you first heard of web content management (WCM). That was back when publishing online was driven by a print strategy. Really, that was before digital publishing was truly born. 

Events: Bringing Your Brand to Life

We’ve talked in the past about the importance of adding events to your media repertoire.  But, what does that really mean?