Content Ping regularly connects up with content merchandising experts, many of them entrepreneurs and CEOs. Our interviewees are on the front lines of discussions about the future of e-commerce, social commerce, rich media, and content merchandising. If there are additional topics you'd like us to explore or questions you'd like to see answered, ping us, we'd love to hear from you.
Elaine McVicar, a digital interaction and visual designer, recently took some time to give Content Ping her take on the debate around responsive design and mobile-specific sites. Responsive web design relies on media queries to figure out what resolution a screen is and uses fluid grids and flexible images to scale a website to... read more »
In our third interview on the topic of mobile commerce, Tina Courtney-Brown talks to Content Ping about the limitations of responsive design. Responsive web design relies on media queries to figure out what resolution a screen is and uses fluid grids and flexible images to scale a website to that screen. Too much tech speak? Basically,... read more »
Just last weekend I found myself clicking around an Australian website in search of shipping information. I'd seen the rates earlier in my shopping session, but got increasingly cold feet when I couldn't located them a second time. So I ditched the site and bought a similar product on Amazon. Like most online shoppers, I expect... read more »
Easy2 started off as a website offering how-to tips for DIY home improvers. The company eventually expanded its home improvement focus and now syndicates rich content to e-tailers on behalf of 150 manufacturing clients. For more about Easy2, check out our overview. Content Ping recently caught up with Easy2 Director of Marketing... read more »
New York-based WebCollage's technology roots run deep: the company started out designing software for web applications before evolving into its role as a leading content syndicator. For more about WebCollage, check out our overview. Content Ping recently caught up with WebCollage CEO Scott Matthews to learn more about how he sees... read more »
Syndication forms only a small part of the services offered by CNET Content Solutions (CCS). While most of the division's resources are focused on its product database, the company does offer ContentCast, a syndication service that delivers manufacturers' branded content to retailer and partner websites. For more about CNET Content... read more »
This post has been removed. This page will redirect to the Content Syndication Series in 5 seconds. If page does not redirect, please click here. This is part six in our series on content syndication SellPoint, Inc. creates and syndicates product tours for manufacturers. Content Ping recently... read more »