Webmaster services

Pressflex is the webmaster for publishers

Pressflex is your webmaster. We manage your site or sites in our road-tested and constantly evolving site platform. We handle the hardware and software. We manage security. We develop new features. And we share our savoir-faire with your staff.

Technology Our site platform, used by more than 100 publications, allows you to launch one or a dozen sites for a fraction of the cost of building and hosting them inhouse. Pressflex-hosted sites maximize audience and commercial functionality, with an emphasis on pleasing advertisers and converting web readers into print subscribers.

+ Experience Our publishing platform has grown out of ten years of research, experimentation, client input and tweaking.

+ Technique Pressflex’s experienced team will help your circulation, advertising and editorial staffs take cost-effective advantage of the web and avoid blind allies. Our formula for launching sites and building audiences brings a return on investment within three to six months. You get the full benefit of our consulting services we rent to other publishers.

+ Money Our fee structure – affordable annual payments rather than a one-time lump sum – reflects our commitment to your ongoing success. Because the costs of our service are shared among so many publishers, your fee is far lower than other publishers pay for stand-alone sites.

= Happiness Vincent Peyrègne, managing director of IFRA Southwest Europe and publisher of CampusXML, a Pressflex-powered online trade magazine covering technology for newspaper and magazine publishers says, "I found the Pressflex team and solution to be the most flexible, responsive and cost-effective solution available on the market."

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The OECD Observer magazine has jumped from being invisible to being highly ranked on the world�s main search engines. Pressflex has done what it said it would do when we teamed up in 1999.

Rory Clarke Editor, OECD Observer