Content Delivery And Distribution - Articles Archive
from April 9, 2010 to December 9, 2009

How are publishers going to monetize online content in the future? With the launch of the iPad, Rupert Murdoch still picking on Google and positive signs of recovery from the economic recession, the discussion on online content is hotter than ever. With some revenues back in their ... read more

Robin Good - April 9, 2010

As you are increasingly submerged by an endless flood of information, online content curators may provide a new, valuable service to anyone looking for quality information online: a personalized, qualified selection of the best and most relevant content and resources on a very specific topic or ... read more

Robin Good - April 1, 2010

Do top US corporations use social media? Is the business world leveraging new media technologies to engage customers? The answer is definitely positive according to a new research study on 2009 Fortune 500 companies and their use of social media tools, like blogs and Twitter and ... read more

Robin Good - March 12, 2010

Web widgets are tiny applications that allow you to easily distribute your content across other blogs and web sites, free of charge. Web widgets work just like YouTube videos: you can place a widget on your web site and let readers grab the embed code and ... read more

Daniele Bazzano - March 1, 2010

Viral media is a flawed way to think about distributing content through informal or "ad hoc" networks of consumers and the harsh reality is that advertisers completely fail to understand the process whereby a content is redistributed over the web. Thus, and in sharp contrast with ... read more

Henry Jenkins, Xiaochang Li, Ana Domb Krauskopf with Joshua Green - Convergence Culture Consortium - February 19, 2010

How can online journalists improve their design, usability and content creation skills? In this MasterNewMedia report journalist Eric Ulken shares some valuable insights on what online journalists can learn from web interaction designers to improve the way they create, layout and distribute their content. Usability and ... read more

Eric Ulken - De Nieuwe Reporter - February 10, 2010

Communicating via email in a direct, intimate and informal way remains one of the best ways to market and promote your content, services and products online. This is why the most effective online businesses still rely on crafting quality newsletters and email updates to keep their ... read more

Daniele Bazzano - February 8, 2010

What future and opportunities for online news? "After more than five years of Wikipedia building both its content and its brand as a "go-to" source for freshly updated topic-oriented content that dominates search engine results, it dawns on some folks in the news business that perhaps ... read more

John Blossom - Shore - February 6, 2010

Is another web site stealing and republishing your content without any credit or link back? Have you discovered blogs that republish your feeds and articles just like they were theirs? Are you getting worried about online plagiarism? Relax. Plagiarism as described above is all over the ... read more

Daniele Bazzano - January 25, 2010

What is content curation and why is it so important for the future of web content publishers? The content curator is the next emerging disruptive role in the content creation and distribution chain. In a world submerged by a flood of information, content curators may provide ... read more

Rohit Bhargava - Influential Marketing Blog - January 20, 2010

If you are interested in finding out what I think 2010 and beyond have in store for you, when it comes to new media, communication, marketing, learning, collaboration and new technologies, you have landed in the right place. This is Part 2 of MasterNewMedia yearly report ... read more

Robin Good - January 8, 2010

Every end of the year I stop to write down my thoughts about what's coming up next, when it comes to communication, collaboration, learning, marketing, media and technology, as this is the busy and fast-changing crossroad where I hang out most frequently. This time it has ... read more

Robin Good - January 6, 2010

What is the future of news and of newspapers? Will 2010 let journalists and traditional news publishers see a way out from the economically difficult situation they got themselves in? Will Murdoch be proven right? Find out in this MasterNewMedia guide. As 2009 is just behind our ... read more

Robin Good - January 1, 2010

If you are looking for the top internet 2010 predictions, anticipations and trends from the top bloggers, the tech thought leaders and the top new media sites out there, you have landed in the right place. In part 2 of this MasterNewMedia guide to the top ... read more

Robin Good - December 31, 2009
What are going to be the top Internet trends of 2010? As every end of the year, influential bloggers, opinion leaders and media experts look inside their crystal balls to foresee what will be hot and where the market is headed in the following year. In ... read more

Robin Good - December 30, 2009

Whether online content should be free or paid has been one of the biggest debates in this 2009 that is coming to an end. Should publishers and marketers embrace the freemium business model and let content go out for free or should they charge their audience ... read more

Robin Good - December 29, 2009
Online content licensing and syndication allow web publishers to distribute and sell their content to multiple audiences, networks, as well as to traditional media outlets. In an age where online content is increasingly spreading in contexts different than the original source, understanding all the options at ... read more

Robin Good - December 28, 2009

What is cloud computing? Will "the cloud" really have that huge impact on the way you and I use the Internet? In this MasterNewMedia compilation of George Siemens' reports and discoveries, you can find the insight and ideas that may help you to make greater sense ... read more

George Siemens - Elearnspace - December 19, 2009

When it comes to social media marketing, there are a million voices, opinion and tips to follow, but from where do you start? Many of those who have jumped right into the social media frenzy by becoming extremely active on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other ... read more

Robin Good - December 16, 2009

What is social TV? Why is everybody so excited about social media embracing online television? Is TV finally stepping out of the traditional broadcasting model to become more engaging? Social television is a general term for technology that supports communication and interaction in the context of ... read more

Richard G. Kastelein - Atlantic Free Press - December 9, 2009

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