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Tag: infinite scroll

Subscription Website Publishers Launch New Membership Options, Services

Subscription website publishers are honing their subscription offerings to generate greater revenue and utilize the subscriber data file that they already have. This process is not new, but some of the directions that major publishers are taking is new for these organizations, and the focus of today’s news stories.

Publisher Design Tips: We’ve Found the Mother Lode!

As websites become more and more sophisticated, the look and feel of portals has become slicker but it many cases more confusing as media companies attempt to use every trick, tool, and toy they can to impress visitors, retain traffic, and convert consumers. This is understandable, and sometimes it even works! Recently, however digital magazines have stripped some of the bells and whistles away, as publisher design has moved toward simplicity.

How the Multi-Platform Mobile Development Challenge Was Accepted By These Savvy Publishers

App-less in Seattle: the next frontier of multi-platform mobile development doesn’t involve apps
Appearing erudite and august themselves, the August 3 cover of Time magazine features Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.

At TIME.com, a photo caption explains the two former leaders of the free world recently attended ceremonies at the Bush Presidential Center for the

Readers of Digital Magazines Demand Readable, Scrollable Text

Readable text, scrollable text, links to websites, embedded video, back issue archive, vertical swipe, copy and paste capability, content bookmarking, relevant advertising, general advertising, and companion print magazine. Which functions rank most highly on your wish list for digital magazines? More importantly, which ones do you think might rank most highly for your readers?

Mobile-First Strategy for Better Homes & Gardens

Is a mobile-first strategy a must for publishers at this point? The short answer is yes, but how should you execute it? Read our analysis of mobile-first strategy in the form of responsive vs. fluid design for the long answer. Digital magazines are always looking for answers – new solutions for new revenue. In a few recent articles, Folio: covers one publisher that’s embracing mobile-first strategy and two others going the acquisition route.

Online Publishing Companies Responding to Latest Trends

Finding an edge is always at the forefront of online publishing companies’ efforts. Today, we look at how Time Inc. is taking its operations to the next level, how digital magazines are dealing with the limitations of the once enchanting infinite scroll, and how Jeff Bezos has brought a little Amazon strategy with him to The Washington Post.

Publishers Redesign Websites for Modern Appeal

Three major publishers have made website design changes. Quartz, Fortune, and Bloomberg have all updated their websites to grab more attention and keep users more engaged.

Cosmo Website Redesigned, Refocused

Hearst’s Troy Young “explained how the new site is the product of a more nimble, easier to use, system. What readers will get is a sleeker site, which includes breaking news updates, a video banner, an infinite scroll of stories and advertisements that appear seamlessly between videos of male models cuddling kittens and buzzy stories on celebrities,” according to Women’s Wear Daily.