HubCiti is a newspaper branded mobile solution that helps to capture new readership and increase reader stickiness. It is a platform for generating digital revenue by opening up markets and expanding current advertiser spend. It complements your current print and online strategy, giving you new options for local businesses of all sizes.
HubCiti brings together all locally important information into one easy to use app by connecting residents and visitors with all essential local businesses and services, events, things to do, schools, non-profits and more. In fact, HubCiti is the must-have mobile app for everything in your service area!
Find where to dine, shop and play all in one place. Find local deals and places of interest all available in one place, convenient, fast and complete.
Comprehensive range of mobile and digital products that can increase your reach while capturing your share of your communities digital spend.
Put your city on the map! Deliver a complete guide to everything residents and visitors needs to know about.
Mobile and social technologies are changing the way businesses deliver information and connect with consumers. Stay ahead of your competitors by participating with your specialized content within your city’s mobile app.
Provide a mobile companion to communicate with your parents, teachers and students. Provide everything parents need to keep their kids on track, all in one place. From sports activities to band practice to early release days – they can manage their schedule for all schools in your district.
Looking for ways to provide mobile and social services as part of your membership packages that compliments your current member directory?
At a forum last week, leaders from the City of Austin, Capital Metro, UT Austin, and leading technology companies, including Lisa Barden for HubCiti, met to discuss smart solutions to the issues presented by urbanization. Hubciti provides an integral contribution in rapidly developing...more
In a recent online survey, Hubciti asked news consumers and publishers what they thought about the future of digital journalism.
Here are a few of the things we learned:
* The main focus of new digital services for publishers will be website and mobile app implementation (31 percent...more
SEO is simple in theory and complicated in practice. Let’s break it down a little:
SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is a marketing practice that uses content, keywords, metatags, and page descriptions to increase the search-ability of a web property.
That’s it. That’s all “SEO”...more
In a recent interview with iconic newsman Dan Rather, Larry King asks a poignant question: “With blogging, 500 channels, the diminished newspaper, the diminished magazine, are journalists relevant?”
“Yes. In some ways, I think quality journalism is more relevant today,...more