Create customer-led products and drive new revenue
Features and benefits
Increase organic search engine traffic with automated in-text linking capabilities
Recommendations widget helps readers discover relevant topics algorithmically, or by manual curation
Spot editorial gaps with contextual and trend analysis of digital news, on social media and publisher platforms
Scale quality content with an automated curation process
Build brand loyalty by enhancing
How TMS can help
Extract hidden knowledge with NLU technology
Our Topic Management System (TMS) is the most dynamic curation and recommendation system for digital publishers. Our robust semantic applications tag all textual formats of news, including articles, user comments, and blogs, to determine relevant keywords and topics. This structured data provides superior depth, coverage, and classification by helping you execute your content strategy with precision and focus.
Execute editorial strategies with precision and focus
This new level of actionable insight helps pinpoint the most relevant keywords by entities such as companies, people, events, and industries. It facilitates the keyword research process by telling you which topics to target with search engine optimisation (SEO). It also improves SEO by scaling quality content, which attracts organic search engine traffic.
Additionally, the TMS can accurately spot emerging topics, observing the shifts in demand, so that you can respond by creating new topics that your target audience is actively seeking or engaging with. And when a topic loses interest, you can transfer the authority to more generic, long-term topic pages.
Create customer-led products
Through grouping content by entities, keywords, and topics, TMS enhances customisation features by automating the content curation process. It gives readers the information they want, based on their interests, making it for a more intuitive reading experience. By putting readers at the heart of the curation process, stories are not grouped according to traditional print media definitions, but the way readers navigate, save, and share content.
TMS integrates easily with most content management systems (CMS) and applications. It leverages application program interface-led (API) connectivity to consolidate content from multiple sources into one central pool, so that publishers can manage and distribute digital assets across repositories in near real-time.