Don’t let your technology hold you back.
Choose your content,
brand your site, and deploy.
SiteGen is a powerful solution for targeting market segments with customized Web products. Once your base site is built on the PubFactory platform, SiteGen provides you with your own tools to create and publish additional sites.
SiteGen provides an unparalleled ability to select just the content you need from your central repository not just at the title level but down to individual articles and chapters. This allows publishers the granularity they need to create highly targeted collections of content. Having done this, the publisher is then able to adjust the functionality and branding to suit the content selected. Publishing the site is as easy as clicking a button. This truly puts you, the publisher, in control of your content and your products.
Reach new marketsCreate specialized sites that appeal to new niche markets. Researchers want sites that are easy to use and focused on their interests, helping them get their work done faster.
Generate new revenueReach beyond the library market. Sites can be branded and customized for institutions or courses. You can even let instructors choose their content sets, design their site and publish their site for class adoption or individual subscribers.
Experience unparalleled time-to-marketWith SiteGen a new product can be up in a matter of hours. You’ve simply never had this kind of flexibility to respond to events or to anticipate trends before.
- The Standard Site option captures the look and feel of your PubFactory base site, and optimizes it for a narrow focus of content. A primary use of a Standard Site could be to promote that flagship product in your list or to tout one of your highly anticipated new offerings.
- A new product is being released and you want the opportunity to release that product, on its own URL, for free (or a nominal fee). Access is limited to just that product and no other products are searched, browsed or seen by the user.
- A single title, be it a reference guide, a dictionary, an encyclopedia exists are part of your collection and you wish to be able to sell access to just that single title.
- The Premium Site option starts with the same customization capabilities as a Standard Site, but does not restrict the amount of content that can be included, and allows portions of the content to be sold separately. This enables you to tailor your content offerings and prices to the needs of your users.
- You want the ability to bundle together a group of Journals, eBooks and databases around a single subject or discipline and sell access to that content.
- Due to acquisition purchases or licenses for new content types you wish to roll that content out under its own branding.
Read about the newest SiteGen project, the recently launched University Press Scholarship Online
Is SiteGen the right solution
- I have a community-based site and a need to create a series of microsites to target different audiences. Is SiteGen the right solution
- Absolutely. By choosing SiteGen, your main community-based site will be built on the powerful PubFactory platform. SiteGen will then allow you to create a standard template for a microsite, and replicate that to create however many sites you need to target different communities. Turn features on and off, customize design based on audience, and create specific URLs for each site. It’s that simple.
- I frequently have particular titles that need their own marketing-focused sites, but by the time I work with designers and developers to create each unique site, the content seems stale. Would SiteGen be a good solution for me?
- Yes. With SiteGen, you can quickly and simply feature unique content and eliminate the middle man. No designers. No developers. Create the site when you need it, and with the features and level of customization that you need.
- I need all of my content—from microsites to marketing sites—to be connected as one, massive, fully-searchable community. Will SiteGen allow for this?
- It will! SiteGen offers a search interface and discoverability tools so that all sites can connect. No more individual sites that work independently of each other.