Forum: How To Choose The Right Web Publishing Tool

NOTE: THIS SEMINAR HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO MAY 6

Content Management Systems Sorted And Explained
A lunchtime seminar on Tuesday, April 7 Wednesday, May 6, at the headquarter of the Magazine Publishers of America in New York. Register and pay for the forum here, on the MPA site.

One of the knottiest problems for digital media operations is choosing the right publishing tool to handle every need – from overworked editors, to increasingly demanding ad systems, automated feeds, blogs, photos and more. Choose the right content management system and everything runs smoothly. Choose the wrong one, and you’ll pay many times over.

This lunch forum, a must for anyone frustrated with their current publishing system or considering a new one, is lead by strategic consultant and CMS expert Amy Webb of Webbmedia Group. It takes you through the process of choosing a CMS, explains what a CMS is, and helps break the process of choosing one down, providing questions to ask vendors and staff, and common pitfalls to avoid. And it’s all done in Ms. Webb’s inimitable easy-to-understand, informative and amusing style.

As an additional benefit, anyone attending the forum will get a special MPA discount of half off the regular $399 price of BGV Media‘s research paper, Web Content Management Systems: How to Understand, Choose and Implement the Right One, for which Ms. Webb was the lead author. It includes worksheets, explainers and intensive comparison charts of 21 leading CMS systems. See more details and get an excerpt at the BGV Media website, or by clicking on the link in the right column here.

Register and pay for the forum here, on the MPA site.

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