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Bringing print content online is no longer the laborious challenge it once was before Web 2.0. This is because today’s websites are more powerful than they have ever been, but, with that power comes greater expectations. Today’s website visitors expect easy content access from publishers they visit online regardless of access method or connectivity. In order to accomplish this several web development pieces need to be utilized.


Did you know that electronic commerce (eCommerce) is responsible for more than $200 billion dollars changing hands every year? In fact, the WSJ believes that number will balloon to $327 billion by 2016. If you’d like to capitalize on this trend and add eCommerce functionality to your Drupal website - whether it is a blog, community, or organization centerpiece - it can be done by utilizing several contributed modules.


By now, you probably know that slow site load times can negatively impact conversion rates on your eCommerce site. Expectations for fast site responses are so high that customers will start to leave your site after waiting just one second.


When thinking about a new web project, many organizations are fearful when they hear the word “custom”. For them, custom means expensive. Custom modules aren’t always a time or money pit though and can be a great asset to your site if you choose your customization wisely.


Unleashed Technologies’ CEO Michael Spinosa and AAAS’ Web Manager Joey Spooner hosted a lively debate at the Association Media & Publishing’s 2014 Annual Meeting to discuss Overcoming the Content Management Challenge: How AAAS is Taming the Beast.


If you have a publication, you’re probably already offering content online or at least seriously evaluating what it takes to get there. For most magazines, newspapers, and other publications, a simple online image of the printed version just won’t cut it...

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Reading magazine articles on the web is different than delivering content in a print format. By addressing this simple fact upfront, magazines have an opportunity to still provide a unique experience on the web and other digital delivery platforms.

The very restricitions of a magazine are what make it possible to uniquely tailor each article. From the page count, to the maximum amount of artices allowed and the pliability of a static delivery mechanism magazines truly provide a unique experiece to every article in the magazine. But what happens when publishers lose control in the ways people read their content? When restrictions leveraged as advantage are removed?

The answer usually starts with a substantial amount if internal arguements from editors. Very poor delivery of your content online will degrade the value of it and not keep the attention of your audience. As a key challenge many magazine publishers also struggle with an effective way of getting their content online without consuming many many hours and assigning staff directly to the process.