Once a publisher creates a smart content portal with Daylife Select, they are able to use very simple and intuitive publishing tools to bring potentially millions of new pages of topical, complementary content to their own websites.
New York City, NY (PRWEB) October 28, 2008
Daylife, a leading content services company, introduced today a new addition to its enterprise offering called Daylife Select. Daylife Select lets media companies curate millions of pages of complex, constantly updating pages of fresh news and information, using a simple and intuitive point-and-click interface. The result is that publishers can easily build and maintain complex and entertaining destination websites to increase reader engagement and associated advertising revenues.
"We view our new Daylife Select service as a revolution in the online publishing world," said Upendra Shardanand, founder and CEO of Daylife. "Once a publisher creates a smart content portal with Daylife Select, they are able to use very simple and intuitive publishing tools to bring potentially millions of new pages of topical, complementary content to their own websites."
Daylife's intelligent content services platform collects and then deeply analyzes news, information and graphics from high-quality sources as it is published to the Web to create a comprehensive database, from which publishers can then build out their smart content portals. With Daylife Select, publishers can add all sorts of content to their sites without the need for developer resources, including:
- Photo galleries and rich data graphics;
- News headlines and associated snippets; and
- Graphical pull quotes and supporting or related information.
Daylife Select also gives publishers a full range of curatorial choice in terms of social media sources. Working through their smart content portals on Daylife Select, publishers can choose to add videos from YouTube, photos from Flickr, topical streams from Twitter and entries from Wikipedia. Publishers can also choose to tap into Yahoo! Boss Web Search, Disqus Comments, and Google Gadgets to enliven their output.
Daylife has been building its' source list of thousands of quality Web content producers over the last several years. It includes mainstream media, photojournalists, a wide range of bloggers and others. Daylife distributes the content it collects and analyzes to the websites of its' clients based on their curatorial choices, as well as on daylife.com, all of which points back to the original producer of that content.
"As publishers come under increasing pressure to reduce operating costs, focus their enterprise reporting and increase revenues, the full range of services available to them from the Daylife Platform provides a very real solution to these challenges," said Shardanand. "The economics of publishing both on and offline have changed radically over the last five years, and as replacement economics come into play, Daylife is becoming a central utility within that new reality."
For more information about the Daylife Platform and Daylife Select smart content portals go to our Daylife Select information site.