hat Are you a journalist at this publication? Get listed

Most Followed

Most Active Today

Most Talked About The Next Web Stories

5 Signs That It May Be Time To Ditch Your CMS

thenextweb.com — Bill Beardslee is the CEO of Magnolia Americas, where he is responsible for Magnolia's business in the Americas, tending to clients, sales, lead generation and infrastructure. At times, organizations find themselves making excuses for delays in publishing, re-configuration or heavy customization of their CMS. Fueling such excuses are a series of product-level issues that separately could be annoying.
A list I can get behind - "5 Signs That It May Be Time To Ditch Your CMS" tnw.co/1nGAYk4

Meet Showpad, Akamon, KelBillet and Eyefreight

thenextweb.com — Over the past few months, we've been tracking down the fastest-growing tech companies in Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and the UK to present at TNW Conference Europe as part of our Tech5 competition. Now, that day has come. The companies presenting here are already winners - they're the fastest-growing startups in their country.
Meet 4 of Europe’s fastest-growing tech firms: Showpad, Akamon, KelBillet and Eyefreight tnw.to/r3KQs

Kevin Rose wishes he had stayed CEO of Digg

thenextweb.com — Google Ventures partner, Digg, Milk, and Revision3 co-founder, and raccoon enthusiast, Kevin Rose sat down with The Next Web co-founder Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten at The Next Web Conference Europe today. During the interview that touched on Rose's many startups and being the target of San Francisco protesters, the serial startup-founder shared his desire to return to the startup scene and his regret of giving up power at Digg.
RT @Zee: Kevin Rose wants to launch another startup, wishes he had stayed CEO of Digg tnw.to/t3KMP
Kevin Rose wants to launch another startup, wishes he had stayed CEO of Digg tnw.to/p3KQ6
RT @TNWgoogle: Kevin Rose wants to launch another startup, wishes he had stayed CEO of Digg tnw.to/r3KQE by @strngwys

Introducing UseClark, The Tracking Technology That Seeks To Change The Way We Read

thenextweb.com — Facebook will unveil its plans for a mobile ad network at its F8 conference on April 30, according to a Re/code report. This comes after Facebook started testing ads in third-party mobile apps earlier this year, signalling a move towards working directly with its partners rather than outsourcing the work to an outside ad-serving platform.
Quite intrigued by @UseClarkApp, a #tnweurope Boost startup that helps parse and summarize digital documents: useclark.com/demo