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Still, there’s a common and understandable hesitancy on the part of many small business owners to make the necessary commitment of time and money to creating actual content for a website, particularly dynamic websites. It’s a commitment to an ongoing expense, and it’s not too crazy, from an outsider’s perspective, to wonder something along the lines of, “Why does my tile-and-brick-laying service need a blog? And what would I put on there, anyway?”
When Livefyre announced their new Livefyre Engagement Cloud on Wednesday, Jordan Kretchmer claimed that "Today, we’re going to make some history". With history yet to be written, this could come across as typical grandstanding made by a company's CEO and founder. Yet the deeper you dig into this story, the more you realize if not history being made then at the very least Livefyre has charted a better course for user engagement and the use of user generated content.
Online survey and form builder 123ContactForm has today announced that its new product, CaptainForm, a flexible WordPress form plugin, emerges out of Beta and enters V1.0. CaptainForm is easy to install and has built-in features, allowing users to create and customize any type of form right from their WP dashboard.
Based on Beta users’ feedback, usability is improved and new advanced features are provided such as the flexible popup publishing method. Additionally, for V1.0. multiple features such as: publishing in pages, theme files & widgets, user-submitted WP posts, advanced styling options, multiple notifications and approval request flow have been improved.
Responding to growing enterprise demand for support in serving customers with contextually relevant information on any channel and any device, Web Content Management Software vendor Hippo has further strengthened its European partner portfolio with Service2Media.
This week, Sitecore announced the availability of Sitecore Experience Platform (XP) 8.1, the newest version of its flagship product. Sitecore XP 8.1 enables marketers to turn customer interaction into an experience by offering customers relevant content in the appropriate context at the right time. Sitecore XP 8.1 offers an improved user interface and improved personalization through improved contextual intelligence.
Analysts no longer slot open source software (OSS) as unique tracks, but rather prefer to group them with proprietary software, under a specific genre. With subscription models gaining ground, consumers caring about business functions and, not the technology that delivers it, the next wave of IT sourcing predicts well for open source adoption.
Customers will switch brands if they don't receive consistent, context-based experiences according to the results of a consumer brand loyalty study sponsored by Sitecore. Sitecore is a customer experience management company that is releasing the study to coincide with the launch of their Sitecore Experience Platform (XP) 8.1. The study was based on insight from more than 1,000 consumers in North America. Conducted in conjunction with King Brown Partners, the research analyzes digital consumers’ attitudes and behaviors towards categories and brands, specifically those of baby boomers (born between 1946 and 1964) and millennials (born between 1982 and 2004).
While overall brand satisfaction is high at 76 percent, context-based experiences emerged as a key driver of brand loyalty. Specifically, millennials are 70 percent more likely than boomers to strongly believe that “brands are not using the most relevant technology to interact with me”, and 30 percent are more likely to strongly believe that “brands that use the right technology…are doing better than those that don’t.” Of note, many consumers, particularly millennials, are open to interacting with brands via different channels. When it comes to personalized offers, 66 percent of millennials find it highly aggravating when personalized advertising is off-target.