The Pedigree of Remarq™ image

Remarq™ is a powerful new engagement tool publishers can easily and affordably adopt to help them bring article-sharing, annotation, user profiles, author and editor updates, commenting, and more to their sites. Unlike some other approaches to engaging readers, Remarq™ has a long and proven pedigree, stretching back more than a decade at one of the world’s top journals. Many of the ideas for Remarq™ were inspired by a feature launched in 2007 at the New England Journal of Medicine. This feature, called “Clinical Decisions,” focuses on a common and controversial medical diagnosis or condition, asks a number of experts to defend certain therapeutic or diagnostic approaches, engages readers with polls and commenting, and then follows up with results and a ...

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Peak Subscription? SiteLeads™ Says Otherwise image

RedLink’s SiteLeads™ has been on the market less than six months now, and already publishers using it are adjusting their strategies, finding new tiers and sources of subscription sales opportunities, and realizing that the rumors of “peak subscription” may have stemmed from an inability to overcome a market blindspot. Testimonials have already come in attesting to the product’s power and value. In just six months, SiteLeads™ has identified more than $14.5 million in potential new revenues for its clients. SiteLeads™ turns anonymous traffic and denials from non-customers into visualized opportunities — via our Opportunity Map, list of leads, projected usage bounded by current customers, and revenue projections. Easily implemented and affordable, SiteLeads™ works for publishers small and large as the ...

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The “Build or Buy” Decision image

Every publisher faces a “build or buy” decision when assessing their technology options. As more IT personnel are hired and integrated into organizations, the decision becomes more complex, and teasing apart direct costs, capabilities, opportunity costs, and maintenance costs is difficult. Add to this the roles and time needed to build solutions, and a lot of care needs to be taken in making technology commitments. To help prospective customers with this decision as they consider RedLink’s Publisher Dashboard and its related suite (RedLink Network and SiteLeads™), we asked DeltaThink to bring their extensive experience with technology deployments for STM publishers to assemble an overview of the general requirements, level of effort, business stakeholder time allocations, and cost ranges. In addition, ...

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RedLink Announces Partnerships with Burgundy Information Services and USACO Corporation standard

RedLink looks to expand into the library markets in the UK, Europe, Russia, Israel, South Africa, and Japan through representation by Burgundy Information Services and USACO Corporation. January 24, 2017, Westborough MA, USA — RedLink, providers of the Library Dashboard data analysis and visualization tool, has announced an exclusive representation agreement with Burgundy Information Services for libraries in the regions of the United Kingdom, Europe, Russia, Israel and South Africa, and with USACO Corporation in Japan. Launched late last year, Library Dashboard provides a complete, normalized overview of usage and turn-away statistics to help with collection decision-making, and offers easy to use data integration, analysis, and visualization tools.  Library Dashboard gathers data for libraries via existing system access, and allows ...

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RedLink Partners with USACO Corporation standard

19 January, 2017, Westborough, MA, USA — RedLink, Inc is pleased to announce that it has chosen USACO Corporation as its exclusive sales agent in Japan for consortia and library sales. USACO Corporation is an information service intermediary that has been linking science information societies and publishers with librarians and researchers in Japan since 1934. Launched late last year, Library Dashboard provides a complete, normalized overview of usage and turn-away statistics to help with collection decision-making, and offers easy to use data integration, analysis, and visualization tools.  Library Dashboard gathers data for libraries via existing system access, and allows users to see cost-per-download analyses, usage trends, and denials via bundles, journals, ebooks, databases, publishers, and disciplines, in addition to more ...

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RedLink Partners with Burgundy Information Services standard

January 17, Westborough MA, USA, and Oxford, UK — RedLink, providers of the Library Dashboard data analysis and visualization tool, has announced an exclusive representation agreement with Burgundy Information Services for the regions of the United Kingdom, Europe, Russia, Israel and South Africa. Launched late last year, Library Dashboard provides a complete, normalized overview of usage and turn-away statistics to help with collection decision-making, and offers easy to use data integration, analysis, and visualization tools.  Library Dashboard gathers data for libraries via existing system access, and allows users to see cost-per-download analyses, usage trends, and denials via bundles, journals, ebooks, databases, publishers, and disciplines, in addition to more granular and customized views. It works for individual libraries and consortia, as ...

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RedLink launches Library Dashboard image

While attending the annual Charleston Conference Vendor Showcase, a librarian stopped at our table and said, “I’m looking for a service that can pull all our COUNTER data together so it’s easy to use.”  We had a ready answer, as that is exactly the purpose of our recently launched Library Dashboard, which provides a complete overview of journal, e-book, and database usage and turn-away statistics, in one place, with intuitive data visualization tools. We love demonstrating Library Dashboard to librarians, and Charleston was a great venue for this. COUNTER data and SUSHI protocols can be off-putting, but when the data are brought to life in ways that make sense, you can see librarians lean forward and begin to see the ...

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Reflections on Fall and Frankfurt Book Fair image

Every October, the Keats line, “Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness” comes to mind (somewhere, a college lit professor from my past rejoices). I love the sights, smells, and tastes of autumn, especially in New England, with its famous fall foliage. But for me, October not only means apple cider and roasted squash, the sudden ubiquity of pumpkin spice-flavored everything, and a rash of bizarre behavior (this year, it’s scary clown incidents), but also the annual trek to Germany for the Frankfurt Buchmesse/Book Fair. Like many of my colleagues, I was in awe when I first saw the Frankfurt festhalle. I’d been told it was bigger than any conference I’d ever seen, and it did not disappoint. Now the sheer ...

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RedLink Network at ALPSP video

In case you missed it! Earlier this month, CEO Kent Anderson spoke about the new RedLink Network, a free, community-driven IP and access credentials registry. We launched RedLink Network as a public benefit company focused on enhancing communication between publishers and libraries for the purpose of ensuring knowledge workers have consistent access to the content they need. Since launch, the Network continues to grow. To learn more, see Kent’s presentation from ALPSP, and log on to the Network today!

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RedLink introduces Grove at FORCE2016 Conference image

Scholars, librarians, archivists, publishers and research funders, to name a few, find a common place at FORCE2016 Conference, Portland, Oregon, USA. The conference themed “Building Bridges, Connecting Knowledge”, was all about topics like visualization of science and scholarship, transparency in research workflows, and the importance of effective communication both within and beyond academia. RedLink introduced Grove, a social network for researchers and qualified practitioners, at the poster session of the conference. Click here to download the poster. Researchers and scholars frequently have informed opinions about what they read and what they like to discuss it with peers. However, this information is seldom published online; most of it is expressed in private face-to-face discussions in conferences, documented in personal offline notes ...

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