Thanks for visiting CCJDigital. If you’re a regular viewer, you’ll notice an entirely new site layout, chock full of new features. We’ve completely reorganized the way in which you will see content, all in an effort to make the site more user-friendly and ease navigation. In addition, we will begin to aggregate trucking industry-related content from around the Web, making CCJDigital your single source of information for news and topics important to your business.
I’d like to thank some of our team members, whose faces and names you don’t see in the pages of Commercial Carrier Journal or in stories on this site, but are a crucial part of making our online and social media efforts a success, namely: Marlin Caddell, editorial manager for eMedia, Trucking Media Group; Kyle Jernigan, director of interactive, Trucking Media Group; and Katie Turner and Jason Kelley, web development team leaders, Interactive Media Group.
A lot has changed in the way online viewers read and interact with Websites since we moved CCJ content out of the old eTrucker site and created CCJDigital as a stand-alone site two years ago. The new CCJDigtial reflects those changes and more. Some new features you’ll notice is the “From the Editors” blog, which pulls in content from CCJ‘s editors as well as our sister publications Overdrive and Truckers News, providing editorial insight into the world of owner-operators and company drivers. The “Featured Stories” section contains staff-written and researched feature articles from the pages of CCJ magazine. A new “Regulations” tab at the top of the page provides links to resources and categorizes news content relating to recent rules made or proposed by FMCSA, EPA, NHTSA and other agencies. And last but not least, we’ve changed the “Comments” function at the bottom of the stories, allowing respondents to use social media accounts including Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter to respond to online articles.
We hope you continue to make the new CCJDigital your source for trucking-related news and information. If you have any feedback or suggestions on how we can make further improvements to the site, don’t hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.