IDC quantifies the value of Adobe Experience Manager Assets for organizations interviewed at an average of $3.17 million per year per organization over three years, which would result in an average three-year ROI of 366%. Adobe Experience Manager Assets generates this value by:
— Increasing the return on content investments by improving asset findability and reuse and by reducing redundant content creation efforts
— Accelerating time to value from marketing and brand campaigns by streamlining asset distribution
— Improving team productivity through workflow automation
— Reducing risk associated with the use of outdated or unapproved digital assets
Welcome to the future of 24/7, any-time, anywhere access to digital content - where dynamic publishing solutions are the mantra. Is your organization ready for this brave new world of digital content distribution? This whitepaper explores how to prime your organization to leverage rapid digital content consumption as a key to business intelligence.
While the shift from disk to digital offers tremendous potential opportunities, it also presents a host
of new challenges for gaming companies. As the online channel grows increasingly complex and the pace
of innovation accelerates, many companies struggle to keep up. Not only are there websites and storefronts
to manage, but also real-time gaming servers, large software downloads, and live-streamed competitions and
events. Games are transforming from fixed, boxed products to dynamic, ongoing services – with frequently
updated content, in-game micro-transactions, virtual goods and social interactions. Mobile adds another
dimension to the trend, as consumers increasingly look to play on smart phones and tablets – or on multiple
screens across devices.
To successfully navigate this complex and changing landscape, gaming companies need an agile,
high- performance infrastructure that allows them to turn the Internet into a reliable and effective
online distribution channel. This requires f
Akamai Download Delivery speeds your content to online audiences and lowers distribution costs while giving consumers the download experience they expect – whether they’re on their desktops, smartphones or other connected devices.
Published By: Equinix
Published Date: Jul 06, 2016
This white paper explores a new interconnection-driven paradigm to help M&E companies improve media content creation, management and distribution workflow efficiencies, develop higher quality products faster, scale their global reach and give the viewing public what they want, when they want it — all at reduced costs.
Published By: Uberflip
Published Date: Jun 30, 2017
The process of content marketing has typically been defined by a three-pillar system that consists of “Creation”, “Distribution”, and “Insights”. However, this system neglects to include the significant fourth pillar of content marketing: Experience. If you want to improve your content’s performance, you can’t afford to ignore your content experience any longer.
Published By: Uberflip
Published Date: Jun 30, 2017
This eBook aims to provide you with an advanced understanding of content distribution in the B2B space, as well as provide an inside look at the tactics and channels (including social, organic search, email, and paid programs) you need to be leveraging to effectively distribute your content to your audience.
Published By: BrightCove
Published Date: Dec 12, 2008
With the explosive growth of online video, many marketers are experimenting with a variety of distribution strategies. Discover how you can quickly, easily develop the right distribution strategy for your online video content. The right distribution strategy can increase traffic to your website, build a more widely known and influential brand, and tap into previously unreachable customer bases.
Published By: bigtincan
Published Date: Oct 10, 2014
These days, business productivity depends largely on the ability to securely access and interact with a wide range of information over mobile devices, such as tablets and smartphones. From sales executives to field technicians, the demand for accessing corporate content securely on mobile devices is growing exponentially.
In the past, implementing security measures to protect corporate content has involved VPNs, intranets, firewalls and passwords. However the increasing uptake of mobile devices in corporate settings means security measures must be implemented over a plethora of networks and devices.
bigtincan has created a powerful solution with BigTinCan hub. An application for mobile devices, it allows for the distribution, management and governance of a range of content, including documents and rich media content, with enterprise-grade security.
A recent MarketingSherpa Webinar on the topic of high-conversion content uncovered five burning questions from participants about specific types of content. This brief explores these questions and offers advice and strategies for content creation and distribution.
Organizations are struggling to enforce both mandatory regulatory rules as well as internal corporate policies governing email content and distribution. One of the biggest obstacles is determining whether or not the content of an email, or its attachment, is subject to any policy rules or restrictions. This whitepaper describes the techniques required to perform intelligent, accurate content analysis and the shortcomings of most current approaches.
A successful marketing Webinar series can educate your prospects on your company's uniqueness, create a competitive advantage, dramatically increase lead flow, and drive sales.
This new eGuide outlines best practices for creating and delivering a successful Webinar series that gives your organization a solid competitive edge.
How can you, the modern marketer, create an efficient business process that facilitates content marketing and achieves your specific goals?
The answer: by planning strategic marketing campaigns, establishing streamlined processes, and organizing your team to execute initiatives in a more aligned and productive way. Bridging the content gaps in your organization helps you coordinate the efforts of your teams, but also enables you to create superior customer engagements because you’re presenting a more united front to those who consume your content.
This eBook will show you how to do just that. It will describe how to execute a cohesive plan aligned with your company’s goals, organize your campaigns, and coordinate content distribution across departments and stages of the funnel.
Today, the internet has changed the way buyers discover solutions. More people are meeting and researching vendors online than ever before. Your ideal customers are reading blog posts and articles, checking Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn profiles, and forming opinions based on what you say and share online. Before they call to get to know your company better, they turn to Google for answers and information. If a competing vendor appears smarter, more interesting, or more reliable than you, your buyers will reach out to them first.
These online engagements have changed the rules of buyer/brand communications. So how can you and your company form meaningful relationships with buyers who are getting to know you long before they’ve been introduced?
Over the past 10 years, the Internet has provided unprecedented access to information. Consequently, B2B buyers are constantly online learning about industry trends and innovative solutions to their pain points. Given their busy schedules, buyers have grown accustomed to the convenience of researching and comparing multiple options online, narrowing their choices independently of the vendor and, only then, engaging with sales.
While buyers have always made the final purchase decision, in today’s world, the vendor is not given an opportunity to engage until the buyer is close to a choice. Today, the buyer is in control of their own journey.
Just about everyone claims to be doing content marketing, but far fewer organizations have a thought-out plan. According to Content Marketing Institute, only 44% of B2B marketers and 39% of B2C marketers have a documented content strategy.
But as organizations scale content operations, workflows, distribution, and promotion, many are seeking tools to centralize, manage, and improve the process.
That’s where content marketing software comes in. This software can help organize, automate, and visualize your efforts to create original content, as well as curate the content of others.
Published By: Symantec
Published Date: Dec 28, 2015
Learn how code signing mitigates the risks of transferring code over the Internet or wireless networks, as well as allows end users to take advantage of the ease and convenience of content distribution without worrying about security consequences.
Published By: SocialFlow
Published Date: Jan 08, 2015
This webinar will break down the findings from SocialFlow’s recent study, “Data Drives Social Performance: The Benchmark Study on Organic Publishing to Social Networks” that spans 1.6 million posts that generated 1.5 billion engagements.
Published By: Acrolinx
Published Date: Apr 01, 2015
Content marketing is one of the highest priorities for today’s marketers, with growth rates for content development and distribution skyrocketing. According to the Content Marketing Institute, for example, 70 percent of marketers are investing more in content marketing than ever before. A recent research report from global market intelligence firm IDC further underscores the point, noting that “building out content marketing as an organizational competency” is one of CMOs’ most important initiatives, second only to measuring ROI. Read this white paper to learn more about the Global Content Impact Index.
Download this eBook to learn how Telemarketing is perfectly paired with other forms of distribution to proactively assure that your content reaches your target audience at the right time and is of value to recipients.