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MediaBUZZ Pte Ltd, launched in early 2004, is an independent online publisher in the Asia Pacific region focusing on the business of digital media and marketing.

Asian e-Marketing is a true pioneer in Asia Pacific’s digital marketing scene, empowering e-marketers in the vibrant and fast-paced electronic marketing environment. Key sections include e-marketing tips, best practices and trends/statistics, legislation affecting e-marketing, training the spotlight on companies and their e-marketing campaigns and e-marketing leadership profiles.

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May 2014

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Highlights

New vjoon K4 version optimizes user experience and accelerates publishing processes

New vjoon K4 version optimizes user experience and accelerates publishing processes

vjoon GmbH, a leading global provider of software solutions for digital content management, is worth to take a look at in the context of content marketing.

The Hamburg-based company just released an optimized version of its vjoon K4 cross-media publishing platform - version 6.8 – which is improved in user experience and has additional features that speed up the production process.

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Contextual Content Marketing exploits the power of data to maximize relevance

Contextual marketing refers to online and mobile marketing that provides targeted advertising based upon user information, such as the search terms they’re using or recent web-browsing activity. The goal is to display ads to customers that show products and services they are already interested in. The textbook example of such “contextual advertising” is Google’s AdSense program, which uses the terms entered into each...

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Creative Commons Licenses solve copyright issues

Nobody likes copycats and plagiarism, but you should balance the pro and cons of copyright infringements carefully not to be left out in our “sharing” content world.

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