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.
Advertorial, native ad, sponsored content, custom content—tomato, tomahhhto—it's all a similar scenario: a publisher creates and/or publishes content paid for by a sponsor. Regardless of how we refer to it,
How the top magazine publishers in social media are leveraging three major platforms for magazine social marketing
According to the MPA's Magazine Media Factbook, 91% of U.S. adults read magazine media,
Publishing websites have experienced significant changes over the years as subscription websites have evolved along with technology. Digital publishers making strides to provide the best website to their audience keep
Advertorial, native ad, sponsored content, custom content—tomato, tomahhhto—it’s all a similar scenario: a publisher creates and/or publishes content paid for by a sponsor. Regardless of how we refer to it,
Digital publishers shuttering Gothamist, DNAinfo; Condé Nast closes print side of Teen Vogue; BHG experiences new growth
Movement can happen quickly for digital publishers, especially in a space where evolutions in
Opportunities for digital publishers develop through new technology and partnerships, even some that appear to be unlikely candidates for a cooperative venture. Today we're looking at some unique partnerships being
Creating a magazine layout that includes interactivity is one more key toward selling more digital magazine subscriptions
It's true that users prefer familiarity in digital magazines. As soon as you begin
Multiplatform publishers Condé Nast and The Atlantic reorganize; Esquire names Buzzfeed editor to head website
The shuffling of talent among multiplatform publishers continues in places like Condé Nast, Esquire, and The Atlantic.
By all means, launch many content business models and diversify your publishing portfolio. But start with your magazine experience through your magazine subscription website.
We're in a recession. Maybe you're feeling
Multiplatform publishing organizations are twisting and turning around big changes
With industry changes taking place all over, throughout areas of technology and strategy, we’re frequently reporting on partnerships, reorganization, and diversification
Sponsored email newsletters and podcasting provide additional advertising and affiliate revenue opportunities
Email newsletters have been in vogue for at least a decade (even while consumers kept denying it but continued
Some multiplatform publishers are expanding their multiplatform strategy to focus more on social and digital, while others are making acquisitions and cutting staff
The world of multiplatform publishers is no stranger to major
Taking a closer look at Instagram publishing; plus, magazines on Twitter, data-driven publishing, and other social media strategies
Regardless of whether you plan on participating in Facebook Instant Articles or other
Surveying the latest magazine readership statistics and audience development from the top digital publishers; plus, latest personnel moves
Magazine readership statistics are by definition a key in audience development, but they
Media Rating Council issues revisions to mobile viewability guidelines; plus, Adobe's audience development data and a vertical video solution
Ad viewability, especially mobile viewability, is arguably the issue facing digital publishers:
Today’s new media landscape can be utilized to better serve your business
Have you embraced new technologies and trends within the online publishing environment?
By now we’ve all heard about the benefits
Mequoda Members have fully grasped for a while now that digital magazine archives can do wonders for your multiplatform publishing and audience development efforts. Others, like Rolling Stone, are just
Traditional publishers are still attracting younger generations, reports Digiday. With the data from ComScore, Digiday performed a comparison between brands popular with millennials and major legacy publishers.