Award-winning News Organization is the Most Visited eZ Publish Site in North America
SKIEN, Norway, Feb. 7, 2012 /CNW/ - eZ Systems AS, creator of the award winning Open Source Web Content Management Platform eZ Publish, today announced the successful upgrade of CSMonitor.com by long time business partner Mugo Web.
CSMonitor.com (http://www.csmonitor.com) has been using eZ Publish to complete their Web first strategy, driving growth through their online channels since 2009. The Christian Science Monitor turned to eZ for their out-of-the-box functionality to handle their publishing and editorial process. eZ Publish is able to track and manage the state of each piece of content as it moves through the workflow. This enables the editorial team to be more agile, while keeping much-needed control over the production and placement of the content. Now journalists and editors around the world can publish articles efficiently, intuitively and around-the-clock.
With greater control and agility, over the past year, the site has enjoyed increased traffic overall. "A key contributor to our increasing traffic is the fact that editors are now asked to enhance their articles with related content such as other articles, blogs, photo galleries and videos. To help them do that efficiently, we needed a simple mechanism to find relevant associations," commented David Scott, Online Director, The Christian Science Monitor. "eZ provided the solution so we could more easily enrich the content and increase page views-per-visit and therefore impressions and revenue."
In November of 2011, CSMonitor.com upgraded its content management system and server architecture in response to recent traffic growth and to better position itself for future growth and innovation... read more...
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