Thanks to computer technology, the publishing industry isn't what it once was. Print journalism is fading, while digital media continues to see more revenue. Rather than worrying about column widths, typefaces and banner headlines, media companies analyze search engine optimization, keywords, conforming to Google's standards, adding the right images and generating the right length for each piece. A lot of changes happened in the past 25 years when the internet was just starting out in the early 1990s. Take a look at some amazing facts about the publishing industry then and now.
SquareOffs recently landed a client that may place its web-based debate platform technology in front of millions of people. This month, the company partnered with digital media network Rant Inc. to offer its online debate and polling tech to engage Rant’s readers and increase their advertising revenue. “It’s one of the bigger contracts that we’re a part of,” SquareOffs CEO Jeff Rohr said. “We’re really excited about this partnership"... (continued reading on Startland News) .