When we talk about multiplatform publishing, some publishers think we're talking about the difference between laptops, desktops and tablets. But those are simply the devices we deliver content through.
Digital-only magazines have had their ups, downs, and (in some cases) its “in-betweens.” While some digital magazines have remained powerful and influential after going digital, others have since been discontinued. And
Have you ever thought about digital magazine history? Magazines were originally invented in the 15th century, shortly after the invention of the Gutenberg press. Magazines were different from books because
I Like Crochet has improved upon their already best-practice web magazine with collections, clubs, and previews.
It's genuinely thrilling to be in the publishing industry at this moment and time. Think
Digital magazine evolution involves a variety of components, including the distribution of the content and the magazine product itself. Today we're looking at organizations that are putting more emphasis on
2018 Mequoda Magazine Consumer Study predicts digital magazine readership as a percentage of all magazine readership will break 40% in 2020.
BOSTON, JUNE 15, 2018—Mequoda ran its first ever digital magazine
Mequoda Systems empowers multiplatform publishers to grow audience, revenue, and profits by integrating web, email, and fulfillment systems into a seamless Customer Experience Management System (CXMS). Mequoda clients routinely double,
If your goal is generate paid subscriptions and revenue for a premium magazine business with a robust subscription website, keep following along.
In today's Strategy Spotlight, Don Nicholas, Chairman & CEO
Recently Google publicly told publishers that they strongly encourage flexible sampling with their paywalls, through the use of metered paywalls and lead-in. You're likely familiar with metered paywalls where the
The MPA releases its Magazine Media Factbook 2017/18, sharing multiplatform publishing data you can use
You may be surprised by some of the data we have to share about multiplatform publishing. But we're
Magazine publishers Hearst and The Atlantic share exciting news; Chemistry World gets a new website
Witnessing the still-changing world of print magazines is a sign that publishers have intentions of making
Time enhances user experience for golfers; Surfing folds for digital; Conde Nast launches new publisher website Healthyish
Enhancements to publisher websites come with new ideas for reaching and engaging audiences.