“I want Exposure to be a place people can get lost in story after story and where authors can create these stories so easily that it inspires them to shoot more frequently and thoughtfully,” said creator Luke Beard.
With this launch, WordPress shows once again that it’s a full-fledged platform, making companies like Storify look like single-feature apps by comparison.
Acquia, the company that dresses up Drupal for enterprise customers, has closed a $30 million round of funding.
Medium is a blogging platform of sorts. It comes from Obvious Corp., the app shop where Twitter founders Biz Stone and Ev Williams are busy rolling out products for the social, web-connected masses.
Salesforce unveiled a new content management system for the technologically un-savvy today, called Site.com. It showed the system off at its Cloudforce Social Enterprise Tour event in San Francisco.
Popular content management system (CMS) company WordPress is launching a new word-based advertising service that will compete directly with Google’s AdSense, the company announced today.
Pantheon, a content management service provider for enterprises, has officially launched out of beta and is now focused on helping customers move their site management tools completely to the cloud.
Weebly, a startup that offers popular easy-to-use website building tools, launched a new designer platform today aimed at helping designers build sites faster, manage more clients and retain their own branding.
ShareSquare, developers of a mobile platform that uses 2D barcodes, dubbed “QR codes,” to connect offline media like posters to the mobile Web, is formally launching today after proving wildly popular at this year’s South By Southwest conference.
The popularity of Microsoft’s Windows Live Spaces blogs appears to have been greatly exaggerated.
Guest Post (Editor’s note: Adam Toren is co-founder of YoungEntrepreneur.com. He contributed this story to VentureBeat.)