.ME, the most personal Internet extension available, is perfect for anyone who wants to personalize their identity and manage their reputation online. The .ME team will join New Media Expo's superstar speakers to share how to utilize and conquer new media in a presentation on the "ME Selling Proposition." Attendees will learn how personalizing the online experience adds value and emotional depth to great content.
New Media Rights
, the platform where bloggers connect with freelance journalists, is giving away a total of
in prizes to qualified content creators attending NMX 2013. Two
prizes will be awarded in the form of a credit to be spent on Ebyline. For complete contest rules and how to enter visit
Ebyline is a secure online platform for bloggers, brands and content producers to collaborate with vetted, professional freelance journalists. Ebyline's tools make the process of managing and tracking freelancer journalists easier than ever before. The Virtual Newsroom
solution automates all freelancer administration including assignment/pitch flow, tax management and payment processing. Plus, editors and publishers have instant access to a pool of qualified, experienced freelance journalists from around the world for a cost-effective way to expand coverage. Founded by veterans of the
Los Angeles Times
, and specialists in new content distribution models, Ebyline's client partners include
Los Angeles Times
, Intel, Morris, and Snooth.com, among many others.
Lemon.ly's goal is to make the world an easier place to understand. Lemon.ly is a visual marketing firm that specializes in infographics, data visualization and UI/UX design. Now, the company has turned its attention to educating others on creating infographics. In early December, Lemon.ly launched a course on the Udemy platform titled 'How To Infographics: Data, Design, Distribute.' Take Lemon.ly's course and start to make your own sweet visuals.