What Can Fashion Bloggers Learn from Fashion Week?

Posted on Oct 03, 2013
By Rhonda Hurwitz

Fashion Bloggers: Lessons from Spring 2014 Paris Fashion Week

As Paris Fashion Week comes to a close, we were struck by some clear lessons for bloggers and editors.

  • Our writing and curation efforts, even our social posts, bear our signature, much the way a fashion collection does.
  • Just as designers use a runway show to express their vision, bloggers also need a clear point of view
  • Content is abundant, but there is only one of your brand.

Let’s take a closer look at PFW, and see what fashion bloggers, and others, can learn:

iCopyright Conductor Console

Posted on Jan 31, 2011
By Andrew Elston

Did you know you have a separate administrator console outside of your CMS admin that allows you to control the many features offered by iCopyright? You can modify how the iCopyright article tools appear on your web site, determine which services to offer, what to charge for reuse licensing, and other things.

To change prices, modify services, get reports, execute syndication agreements, etc., go to your Conductor console. Your iCopyright plugin is automatically configured with a default set of business rules that grant users permission to use a limited amount of your content for free, and to license the rights to use your content for a fee. You can modify these services and prices by logging into the iCopyright Conductor console to chnge the settings for your publication.

Here are three ways to get to your Conductor console: