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  • CMS Report gives a big thanks to these sponsors

    Labor Day here in the United States marks an end and a new beginning for CMS Report. Within weeks, we will be introducing a new and what we hope improved website for delivering you your content management news. I can honestly say, none of this would be possible if it wasn't for the great sponsors that have supported us over the years.
    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: September 03, 2012

  • EPiServer Social Reach Makes Possible Social Media Management for Increased ROI

    New, Easy-to-Use EPiServer Solution Allows Marketers to Better Utilize Social Media to Increase Traffic and Conversion Rates Across Channels CHICAGO, IL-- (Mar 22, 2012) - EPiServer, an innovator in multichannel digital marketing and e-Commerce software, today announced the launch of EPiServer Social Reach, a new add-on that allows marketers to communicate efficiently and consistently across social networks including Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. By enabling marketers to use a single…

    By EPiServer
    Posted: March 22, 2012

  • Just good business to sponsor CMS Report

    I usually wait until the weekend to post the monthly list of companies and organizations sponsoring CMSReport.com. At the start of the business week, I know many of you would rather talk about content management system and not marketing. However, sponsoring a CMS niche site such as CMS Report is good business so we felt compelled to publish the sponsorship on a Monday. For the second month in a row, CMS Report has sold-out on all the banner space reserved for our sponsors. I believe there are…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: November 16, 2009

  • CMS Report Seeking Sponsors

    During the past couple years, people have inquired about buying ad space here at CMSReport.com.  While someone wanting to place a banner on my site could always use Google's Adwords, most of the inquiries seem to want a more direct approach.  I've always been reluctant to host the ad banners on my own server and, until recently, I wasn't impressed with a lot of the banner ad services available for publishers such as me.  Luckily, things change. I'm happy to announce that I'll be selling 125x125…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: December 01, 2008

  • The Innovation Odd Couple: Google and P&G

    Today's Wall Street Journal has a great article regarding an employee swap between Procter & Gamble and Google, A New Odd Couple: Google, P&G Swap Workers to Spur Innovation.  The motivation behind the swap was to spur innovation between the two companies. Google would like to have a bigger slice of P&G's $8.7 billion annual advertisement budget and better understand the needs of traditional consumer-market companies.  Meanwhile P&G still spends most of it's advertisement dollars in traditional…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: November 19, 2008

  • Despite economy, online ad revenue grows

    Good news for sites that make a little money by allowing advertising on their pages.  Though, personally I've seen a drop in online ad revenue despite not doing too bad with the number of visitors I'm getting. Despite an economic turndown, online advertising--and search in particular--is managing to keep its market intact, according to reports on Tuesday by an industry trade group and Wall Street analyst.  Complete Story

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: October 07, 2008

  • Web 2.0 economy hangs in limbo

    CNET's the social: Earnings are healthy and new digital-ad networks are debuting by the day, but no one can deny that these economic times demand caution. Complete Story

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: April 25, 2008

  • Odd Conclusion for Drupal 6 Article

    Odd Conclusion for Drupal 6 Article

    Linux.com is featuring a story by Susan Linton titled "Drupal 6 keeps getting better". The author claims she has been using Drupal since version 3.1 and seems to know Drupal well enough to write a decent article. In short, she does a fairly nice job of summarizing the features introduced in Drupal 6. However, she ends the article with a rather strange conclusion. My primary complaint with Drupal is still not addressed in this release. I believe having advertising capabilities is almost a…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: March 20, 2008

  • Theme Boredom

    I have had this itch to change the theme I'm using for CMSReport.com.  I decided to scratch that itch.  I'm currently playing with some freely available themes out there for the CMS I'm currently using (Drupal).  The theme in use at CMS Report this week is LiteJazz by RoopleTheme. So what do you think about the LiteJazz theme and is it an improvement over the theme we've been using the past year?  Feel free to use the comments section below to voice your opinion. I'm especially interested in…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: October 02, 2007

  • CNET: Web ad blocking may not be (entirely) legal

    We Americans can be so stupid at times.  In the country of "land of the free", we spend too much of our efforts working to restrict the freedom of others. Tomorrow's legal fight may be over Web browser add-ons that let people avoid advertisements. These add-ons are growing in functionality and popularity, which has led legal experts we surveyed this week to speculate about when the first lawsuit will be filed. If ad-blockers become so common that they slice away at publishers' revenues, "I…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: September 14, 2007

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