Donald Res| Mon Feb 14 2011 CET
Amsterdam, NL, February 14th – If consumers are willing to pay for quality content such as music, games and applications, then why does getting paid for quality content have to be such hard work for publishers?
That’s the challenge that Cleeng set out to tackle with its patented content-monetization solution. Cleeng launches today just after seven weeks of private beta testing for WordPress. It has attracted over 200 content producers, including 40 publishers and is also in discussions with several major European newspapers and magazines to provide content monetization solution for their websites.
Based on this successful private beta, the Cleeng solution is now available to all publishers and bloggers, free to try at: http://cleeng.com/.
Cleeng is a simple idea with huge ramifications:
Best of all, you can experience and see it for yourself: check out this simple demo page: http://cleeng.it/fAj3sU
Good news: the first 5 articles are for free, so you can spoil yourself and give it a try.
Cleeng is currently available as a free WordPress plugin. In the near future Cleeng will be available as a free plug-in for other popular Content Management Systems, including Drupal and Brightcove. Installation takes just a few minutes. A free API is available for integrating Cleeng in proprietary CMS.
Cleeng is a patented technical solution that makes one-click content monetization incredibly easy. Available as a CMS plug-in, it enables content creators to earn micropayments for their content. It simplifies access to unique quality content by offering a one-click, pay-as-you-go solution to online consumers. It works on all web-enabled devices and with practically all kinds of content. Cleeng has offices in Amsterdam and Paris. It is a privately held company founded in 2010. For more information visit www.cleeng.com.