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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.
It is no secret that any endeavour one undertakes has to abide by certain bylaws and check all the legality boxes required. Whether you are starting a business or registering for your taxes, you are required to tow the line of the law. Certification for digital copies sold by your magazine is no different. Let’s get to the nuts and bolts, shall we?
Digital magazines are a lot more versatile than their print version ancestors, whether it’s from an advertising, convenience or creative standpoint.
Short answer is: sure. These days you can pretty much lie about anything; even digital magazines sales data. But the real question is: should you, though?
The publishing industry has been in a crossroads for quite some time now. The exponential growth of internet access has disrupted many industries and publishing isn’t immune.
If you think about it, the digital publishing industry has only really been around since 2010. But since then, it has seen continued growth.
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Editions have been the traditional model of publishing since the invention of the printing press: the time when periodicals first took off. However, there can be little doubt in today's publishing world that the market has changed. Not only has there been a shift from traditional printing and distribution to digital formats, but now there is a decreasing reliance on the edition model.