FRESH MEADOWS, N.Y., April 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL), a leading provider of digital publishing services, has assembled top experts in digital content management to lead a webinar series on how to avoid costly mistakes when mobilizing information for eBooks, apps, and instant access on mobile platforms.
Ask The Experts, a three-part webinar series starting May 2nd, will cover topics such as how to prepare for content conversion, and answer questions on the challenges facing content owners as they move from traditional and web publishing to digital formats and mobile platforms.
"What to the eye looks like just a simple novel, can contain complexities that may result in a poor quality product; this is magnified with complex technical and reference materials," said Mark Gross, CEO of DCL. "The free webinar series will highlight the approaches that work and offer tips on avoiding expensive and time-consuming pitfalls," added Gross.
The series will be moderated by Jack Molisani, founder of the LavaCon Conference on Digital Media and Content Strategies and includes content philosopher and content management expert, Joe Gollner of Gnostyx, global content strategist, Val Swisher of Content Rules and content marketing strategy consultant, Scott Abel of The Content Wrangler.
Part 1: Assessing the 'convertability' of your content – May 2nd
Part 2: What channel(s) makes sense – June 14th
Part 3: Planning for the future – July 25th
To register go to: http://dclab.us/AskExpertsSeries
About Data Conversion Laboratory, Inc. Now in its 30th year, DCL converts and organizes content to create electronic documents, populate databases and publish on the web; sustaining long–term strategic relationships with clients spanning all industries, while preparing them for tomorrow's technology. DCL's US-based project management team applies their specialized talents to solving clients' complex problems focused on taking advantage of the latest technology.DCL is a 100 Top Company in the Digital Content Industry for 2011-2012.
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