Subscriptions are on the up across the industry with many publishers seeing a huge improvement in numbers compared to last year figures. Newspapers such as The Times and The Spectator have seen subscriptions rise 200 percent and 100 percent over the past 12 months respectively, according to Digiday.
This year has brought monumental changes to the magazine and digital publishing industry, and we often work with publishers who are facing a variety of challenges. Each publisher is different, but there are some issues that are facing almost all publishers. From a digital perspective, the following ...
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There is a great deal of puzzlement in The Times newsroom about the proposed switch to ‘edition-based’ publishing across its digital media. We are told that the decision came after consultants looked at the website’s traffic patterns.
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Since Twitter's launch in 2006, an influx of moral panic has been circulating in the media in regards to digital publishing and how it's affecting readers attention spans... There is a general insistence that, because of social networking sites like Twitter and digital publishing's instantaneous ...
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