It’s little wonder that so many people, organisations and companies of all sizes are coming to realise why it is generally such a huge benefit to publish a digital magazine. This is the age where content is king and content marketing is ruling the internet.
Putting a digital magazine on your website can be a smart move, which benefits both the magazine and the website – but only if it’s done in an effective manner. To help readers with this, we’ve come up with three good tips to embed a digital magazine in a website.
The Digital Revolution Today more people spend time on their tablets, phones and other personal mobile devices than any other time in history. While these handy devices may have spelled the end for traditional magazine publishers, it has turned out to be a surprising boon for content producers with an eye towards technology.
If you’re already running a successful paper magazine, then you may already have decided that you want to create a digital magazine, but you may also feel a little out of your depth when it comes to the practicalities of going about it.
Once you’ve answered all the questions about what sort of magazine you want to create and how you’re going to go about putting it together, you then need to learn how to sell a digital magazine on the Apple or Android marketplaces.
So you’ve now started planning the digital edition of a magazine, and you’ve probably realized by now that planning the digital edition of a magazine has a lot in common with planning the paper edition of a magazine, except you’re relieved of the burden of printing and distribution.
There are still some people out there who remain to be convinced of the merits of publishing a paper magazine online. Ironically enough, these are often the people who could benefit most from publishing a paper magazine online.
Successful business people are always looking for ways to make their assets work harder for them. In the publishing world, that means looking for ways to earn more with magazines. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to make this happen.
Today, our world undergoes more sudden changes than ever. Globalisation has introduced the need to get news from all over the world, as we are all so deeply interconnected and interested in what goes on in every corner of the planet.
These are hard times for publishers. People seem to read less and less, which of course impacts on the sales of newspapers and magazines. If you’re a publisher, surely you have asked yourself at least once: what could I do to improve business and increase revenues?