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.
Creating a digital magazine is not only a natural way to extend the reach of your publication, but it can also be simple with a partner like Paperlit by your side.
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…
Do you have a blog or a website with articles that could be gathered into a digital issue? Are you looking to make a little extra money from your content? Then, the Paperlit plugin could be the answer to all of your prayers! So, let’s take a look at what you could do with this magical plugin.
Unsurprisingly, the leaders in integrating e-commerce with digital magazines are retail and e-commerce companies themselves. However, there are also publications, particularly fashion magazines that have also successfully implemented digital magazines with e-commerce integrations.
Choosing to publish digital magazines already puts you at an advantage if you want to track certain digital magazine metrics.
While blogging in itself is already a useful activity whether you’re looking to boost your search ranking or simply to bring more value to your customers or subscribers, did you know that you can increase your blog’s impact even more?
When it comes to versatility, the magazine industry is now experiencing a renaissance. Through digital publishing, there are now more creative ways for magazines to deliver their message and interact with their readers.
One of the main benefits of publishing a magazine in a digital format is being able to publish your magazine through an app.
Generating more earnings has been on the mind of print media publishers since disruptive technologies rocked the industry. Despite this, several publishing houses have found their success; but not before making some radical changes.