It seems that PDF content publishers see the issue of gating content to be either black or white, gated PDFs or un-gated PDFs. They throw their arms up in the air, unable to agree on whether it is best to gate content to generate sales lead information or leave the content open. Hiding electronic content behind a web form is known as “gating” content, whether it is in the form of a white[...]Read More
December 22, 2009 -- Vitrium Systems, today announced that their PDFSalesLeads™ application is being used to power a PDF-based e-book created for the PODIUM PDF e-book connects visitors and guests of the 2010 Winter Games with innovative companies and technologies being developed in British Columbia.Read More
By Nettie Hartsock, Planet PDFRead More
Adobe Systems expected to incorporate similar technology to Vitrium's docmetrics using Omniture technology. A newly-published report from The Future of Publishing makes a clear and compelling case for the value of measuring the metrics of PDF files.
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VANCOUVER (November 5, 2009) A newly-published report from The Future of Publishing makes a clear and compelling case for the[...]Read More
After staying static for many decades and consisting mainly of annoying magazine blow-in cards and junk mail, direct marketing's taken a whirlwind ride through the last 15 years as the Internet changes the way we all view media.
While some markets still rely heavily on paper means of reaching sales leads, the costs associated with printing, mailing, and data entry—especially in a down[...]Read More
By Mike Bawden, Brand Central StationRead More
A decade ago, Adobe and future merger partner Glassbook published Stephen King's Riding the Bullet, a 16,000-word short story, as the first major eBook. Its digital rights management (DRM) failed as hackers hacked, King got mad, Amazon ended up giving it away. The eBook—and DRM—suffered a brutally black eye.
About the same time, iTunes rose and record labels struggled to rein in MP3 music[...]Read More
By Don Fluckinger
The flagging economy launched torpedoes at the grand old-media Condé Nast fleet yesterday, sinking Gourmet, Cookie, Modern Bride and Elegant Bride. The moves—including a rumored 180 layoffs connected to those magazines—come as the publishing industry struggles to invent new models to derive income from its content, one of them rumored to be a Hulu-type digital store.
Help is[...]Read More
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VANCOUVER (August 25, 2009) Vitrium Systems, a leading PDF-technology vendor, today announced a 148% increase in revenue for its fiscal year ending June, 2009.
"The success we experienced this past year makes this an exciting time for Vitrium," stated Peter Nieforth, Founder and CEO of Vitrium Systems.Read More