Yet to maintain the quality of this user-generated content
, publishers should use traditional editorial measures as well as a crowd-sourcing editorial process to increase authority of UGC.
And while user-generated content
has been a driving force over the last few years, professionally produced online content is starting to experience a boom of its own.
Still, not everyone is convinced that user-generated content
has a place in offline marketing.
--All of the papers reviewed -- USA Today, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, New York Daily News, Philadelphia Inquirer, Denver Post and Houston Chronicle -- have some mechanisms to monitor user-generated content
, ranging from comment screening by staffers to encouraging users to report offensive postings themselves.
outside.in, a fairly new website that is built primarily upon user-generated content
, and the venerable washingtonpost.com have bridged the divide with their recently announced partnership.
Video aggregation and distribution on the internet was another hot topic, along with social networking and user-generated content
. Video is everywhere and more accessible than ever with advances in broadband capabilities.
"We need to reinvent it, fill it with dynamic audio-visual content, personalize it, open it up to user-generated content
The proposed consolidation of Livefyre into Adobe Experience Manager will allow customers to collect, curate, and publish user-generated content
from major social networks into digital experiences across owned marketing channels.
Thismoment Content Cloud is a solution that allows organisations to make better use of user-generated content
com has seen an engagement rate of 30 percent for the Web gallery--stacked with more than 50 bridal events-that it has dedicated to the user-generated content
Indeed, the model of unpaid user-generated content
is sound and proves itself over and over every day on countless sites, listservs and other online communities (Facebook, anyone?) that don't have any sort of editorial staff.
The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) completed a survey of 134 content companies in conjunction with the January 2008 SIIA Summit in New York City to find out how enterprises were using Web 2.0 technologies including wikis, blogs, social networking, and user-generated content
. The Business Use of Web 2.0 survey included the following findings: