Content Delivery And Distribution - Articles Archive
from June 29, 2009 to March 16, 2009

When working with a traditional book publisher, you, the book author, give up a large degree of editorial control, and many times you have little to no input into the design and layout of your book, its distribution, and its marketing approach. Self-publishing allows you, the ... read more


The Kindle DX allows publishers to charge premium access for content. But is distributing locked-down, must-pay-for content through a proprietary platform a good strategy for content publishers? Titles are being pushed into Kindle format as quickly as Amazon can handle the conversions and postings. In a year ... read more

John Blossom - Shore - June 19, 2009

If you are looking for the best tools and services to stream live video from your own mobile cellular telephone, you have landed in the right place. This guide lists for you all of the available mobile live video streaming services available out there, while providing ... read more

Robin Good - June 15, 2009

Why upload your video to multiple video-sharing sites and not stick to YouTube to promote your clips? A video published by distributing it to multiple video sharing sites can help you gain valuable inbound links helping your website gain extra visibility on search engines pages results. ... read more

Robin Good - June 8, 2009

What is best online publishing strategy for a struggling newspaper? Is it better to let online news content go out for free or to charge people to access it? The eternal Internet question is back and with a powerful sponsor behind it: Rupert Murdoch. If you haven't ... read more

Robin Good - June 3, 2009

Citizen Journalism has put democracy back in people's hands. An army of individuals with mobile phones, portable cameras, and blogs is rapidly replacing traditional media as a reliable and wide-ranging source of information. In this milestone report, Chris Willis and Shayne Bowman were among the ... read more

Chris Willis and Shayne Bowman - We Media - May 27, 2009

In the age of sharing, collaboration and real-time communications, wouldn't it be fantastic if anyone had the opportunity to present her ideas live to a real, sizable public audience? Why isn't it there yet a virtual presenter soapbox open to everyone? After the likes of Flickr (for ... read more

Robin Good - May 25, 2009

Though most people would think differently, blogs, social media, RSS, video and podcasting are gradually establishing themselves as new critical components in the development strategy of many large companies in the American corporate landscape. These companies look at the adoption of social media technologies as a mean ... read more

Eric Mattson and Nora Ganim Barnes - University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Marketing Research - May 22, 2009

The most recent statistical data by duplicated content analysis engine Attributor indicates that nearly half of the web sites taking content from major publishers are copying more than 90 percent of the original text of articles. For prestigious and long-established news organization like AP, this is ... read more

John Blossom - Shore - May 15, 2009

Tracking and monitoring your incoming links can provide you with great and valuable insight into which sites, social media and other web traffic sources are sending you the best and most qualified visitors for your web site. But how do you go about analyzing those incoming ... read more

Pavel Israelsky - Nana10 - May 6, 2009

Video playlists are a simple but effective way for web publishers to create extra content that has much greater value than a single clip. By aggregating, picking and selecting a compilation of videos on a certain topic or subject, you can offer something unique and special ... read more

Robin Good - May 4, 2009
As the traditional advertising revenue stream keeps its downtrend slope for many a web publisher, what are the alternative online business and revenue making models that independent online publishers can leverage to increase their overall income and profitability? Beyond traditional banner ads, skyscrapers and Google AdSense strips, ... read more

Robin Good - April 30, 2009

One of my greatest traffic sources is Google Image Search, and, if you like me, utilize plenty of high quality, well-selected images for your web site, it is likely that the same thing has already happened to you as well. In case you are not yet ... read more

Robin Good and Peter Linsley - Google Webmaster Central YouTube Channel - April 24, 2009

The crack in the newspaper industry egg is very deep. The prospect that newspapers are doomed to fail is not anymore an hypothesis. The scarcity-based, top-down, mass-distribution business model adopted so far by the newspaper industry has no hope to survive or extend its agony in ... read more

Jeff Jarvis - BuzzMachine - April 22, 2009
How do you close the gap between potential revenues from content used across the Web and and the ability to effectively extract such revenues from unlicensed publishers redistributing your content online? These days controlling distribution is not only less feasible but also less desirable, as legitimate viral ... read more

John Blossom - Shore - April 17, 2009

To display, embed or publish a RSS feed on your home page or blog post, there are a number of little known tools, scripts and web services that can solve your need in a matter of minutes. Here's a live example of an RSS feed embedded ... read more

Robin Good - April 13, 2009

Visual thinking is about leveraging our innate ability to see - both with our eyes and with our mind's eye - in order to discover ideas that are otherwise invisible, develop those ideas quickly and intuitively, and then share those concepts with other people in ways ... read more

Peter Morville - Semantic Studios - April 9, 2009

Getting your book published under a Creative Commons license may still be one of the hardest task a writer has to go through, as most traditional book publisher still look at open licensing schemes like CC with great skepticism and fear. But according to Xtine Burrough and ... read more

Xtine Burrough and Michael Mandiberg - Digital Foundations - April 3, 2009

How do you monetize free? Can you make money by giving away your very best ideas and content? In this video, publisher Tim O'Reilly makes an argument for open publishing, and explains how can you earn money from giving away your stuff without selling it. If you ... read more

Tim O'Reilly - Open Publishing Lab - March 18, 2009

To write a blog post when you are not connected to the Internet, offline blog editors are the official solution. With these tools you can easily write, edit, spell-check and manage the content of your blog even though you are not connected to the net. ... read more

Robin Good - March 16, 2009

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