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Tag: publishing magazines on kindle

How Publishing Magazines on Kindle Will Boost Digital Circulation

Want to know how publishing magazines on Kindles will boost your digital circulation? The simple answer is math: you can only sell more digital issues, not less, by adding your magazine to a new platform.

And we consider Amazon’s Kindle Newsstand to be one of the three juggernauts of digital magazine publishing channels, alongside Google Play and Apple Newsstand. In fact, it’s in second place and I’ll tell you why a little later.

Mequoda’s Top Multiplatform Publishing Posts of 2016

Our top-read multiplatform publishing posts of last year show an interest in native advertising and publishing expansion

This year has been a huge time of change in publishing, and we’re excited to see that much of that change comes in the form of multiplatform publishing. Even the most hesitant publishers have started to adopt new subscription

10 Top Multiplatform Publishing Posts of 2015

Our most-read multiplatform publishing posts of 2015 reveal a desire for better understanding of sponsorships, organization and cross-platform development
This year we’ve tackled everything from online advertising models, content recycling and building better multiplatform publishing teams in our Multiplatform Publishing Strategy articles. However, there are a few that have consistently been our highest read, commented on,

What is a Digital Newsstand?

You won’t find a digital newsstand at the corner of a city street. The digital newsstand is the latest step in the evolution of digital content publishing. These digital distribution platforms offer an array of digital content, from newspapers and magazines to journals.

And what is a digital newsstand without free content? Some do a better job than others when it comes to sneak-peeking with freebies.

Top 10 Multiplatform Publishing Strategy Posts of 2013

This year we published more than two-hundred new articles about multiplatform publishing, digital magazines, audience development and subscription websites.

Out of those 200 articles, there were ten multiplatform publishing articles that were read the most.

Multiplatform publishing focuses on three main types of content: online, offline and live.