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.
Multi-platform publishing examples that brought these magazines to rockstar status
Do you remember the saying, “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure?” For smart and innovative magazine publishers, this little idiom
The latest publishing trend isn’t just about magazine publishing in general. It’s a digital publishing trend: Launching digital-only magazines without legacy print publications behind them.
Mequoda has a client who is
Each of these newsletter subscription websites illustrate how to collect and convert website visitors into paid digital subscribers
If you sell a print newsletter, considering a newsletter subscription website is a
TIME almost hits the mark with their magazine subscription website, but niche publishers hit the bullseye
One of the most profitable subscription websites is a magazine subscription website.
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Even the smallest of magazine publishers publish on two platforms: their magazine and their website.
Mequoda publishers typically publish five to six different platforms, and within those platforms, many more
Multiplatform publishing focuses on three main types of content: online, offline and live. More specifically, websites, email, magazines, video, books and events.
Our most popular multiplatform publishing articles covered the spectrum
Social media engineering is more than the art of scheduling tweets, navigating Pinterest and getting more Facebook clicks. Actually, it's the roadmap to those strategies that make us informed engineers.
Insight from SES that will help your audience development efforts
Online publishers have an advantage that print publishers never had.
This advantage is Google, which affords many opportunities for publishers to build