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Webinar: Why not Use Your Content to Build YOUR Brand?

Update: New Session Added.

Join us for a live webinar, Friday, May 21 at 1pm EDT

If you own valuable content, there's a dizzying proliferation of new ways to sell and otherwise distribute it electronically...from downloadable Apps, to embeddable widgets to expensive custom XML-based websites. All have their tradeoffs, but at Tizra, we think there's one factor that, more than any other, should guide your long-term strategy:

Does it build your brand?

Brands aren't just colors and logos. Brands are what happens when publishers deliver content that readers believe in visit after visit, and build audiences that authors want to reach.

Like Joe Esposito, we believe in the power of publisher brands. And we agree with Mike Shatzkin that the publishing brands of the future are being built right now on the web.

Our software sits quietly in the background, helping some of the most respected organizations in the world promote, sell and deliver their own electronic content under their own names. In the process, we're helping to ensure a bright future for credible, content-based brands. We'd welcome the opportunity to show how we can do that for yours.

Session begins Friday, May 21 at 1pm EDT.

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