Many of the traditional publishers who have been producing paper magazines for decades are now thinking about joining the modern age and creating something to keep up with the competition.
There are two types of digital magazines: replica and reflow. Both offer a digital version of your magazine, but they are vastly different in terms of cost and features.
The world of publishing is moving faster than ever before which is why it pays to put yourself in the mind of your readers. While we all love the feel of print in our hands, is there room for a digital bedfellow in the relationship? Let’s take a look at a few of the options…
When we are faced with those decisions that have the potential to drastically alter our lives or our careers, we must ensure that we ask ourselves the important questions that will help us make the right choice. This is particularly the case when you decide to create a digital magazine.
We live in a world where we seek to optimise everything particularly our lives online. Now, when you create an app, it is vital to indulge in a little optimisation in order to get as many people as possible to see your app and click that download button.
Posted in app store optimization
In recent years, the skills taken to use social networks, in a way that can positively impact your business or indeed your profile in the digital stratosphere, have become something akin to an art form.
Now, the new year is often a time of reflection, we think about those things that we could do better, the potential problems that we could encounter and the all-important solutions.
If you are thinking of embracing the WordPress trend and looking for some inspiration then, look no further! Below are some of the most innovative sites that use WordPress as a CMS that could inspire you.
If you are looking to put your digital magazine on the map, it may be time to step up your game and embrace the emerging creative techniques that are transforming run-of-the-mill digital magazines to interactive success stories.
Magazine readers are often a curious type who enjoy exploring and learning more about various topics. When you want to help your existing print readers become online readers, how do you get them to make that change?
Posted in magazine readers