Tuesday, September 7, 2004

New Research - The New Aggregation: Models for Success in Creating Content Value

With many veteran content aggregators facing flat or declining revenues while new players carve out highly profitable business models for aggregation, the time has come for content and technology suppliers and purchasers to consider how best to position their business models in this shifting marketplace. The New Aggregation is an evolving model that requires content and technology suppliers to focus product and service development on those specific attributes of content aggregation that best suit the needs of audiences participating aggressively in the content production, aggregation and distribution process. The new research report The New Aggregation: Models for Success in Creating Content Value from Shore President John Blossom defines in detail the attributes of content aggregation that are yielding success today, the vendors that are leveraging those attributes, the aggregation business models that are proving themselves in today's content marketplace and strategic recommendations for aggregators, publishers, technology suppliers and major institutions purchasing content services.

Click here for this report's table of contents, executive summary and purchasing details
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