Get the most out of your editorial budget - see how we could increase your newsroom efficiency, production and pageviews.
Roughly how many students are enrolled on campus?
Roughly how many reporters & photographers do you currently have?
Roughly how many editors do you have?
Roughly how many assignments does your publication produce per week during peak production?
What is your average monthly traffic (pageviews) during peak production?
What is your annual online revenue?
Your content, revenue & pageviews with Camayak
Camayak centralizes all your editorial activity in one place, including deadlines, who you're working with, editorial guidelines, budgeting calendar, up-to-date activity feeds for everyone you work with and the ability to assign new work in seconds. This cuts out mis-communication, encourages accountability, improves editor rapport with contributors and dramatically speeds-up the average time it takes to produce an assignment.
Camayak provides a virtual collaboration environment that only shows staff what they need to see. Creating a desk for 'campus contributors', 'design students' or 'mailing list subscribers' allows editors to group hundreds of people: increasing the likelihood of finding new colleagues without adding any extra training overhead. Opening up a newsroom to up to thousands of potential contributors is as fast as uploading a csv file of email addresses and waiting to see who responds.
Camayak provides the infrastructure for editors to work with far more people, which improves the chances of having enough content to keep a variety of platforms stocked with fresh new content. By being able to see all assignments in-progress at-a-glance, editors can make early decisions on where to step-in, enrich existing content or source new material to make up for gaps in coverage.
By removing bottlenecks in the production process and making it easier for more newsroom staff to collaborate in one place, Camayak offers much-improved opportunities for top editors to check other people's work, recommend changes and contribute on-the-fly to assignments in-production. As producing more content with your existing resources becomes easier, editors can be more ambitious with who they involve in their content production and what kind of material they produce: all of which helps enrich the diversity of the content they publish, without introducing dozens of new tasks that distract them from focusing on the speed and quality of their output.