There are basically only two ways to improve profit margins in any business. One is to increase prices, and the other is to decrease costs. In the current economic environment, raising prices is challenging, as even major manufacturers have discovered.
If you have been looking for alternatives to Adobe DPS for the publishing of digital magazines, these four alternate programs may be a good fit. They are all professional level platforms with many of the features you may have liked about past Adobe software.
There are many good reasons for publishing a digital magazine and one of the great features of digital publishing is that it’s accessible to smaller teams of people and even individuals.
The role of technology in publishing has never been more evident than now. With the advent of digital publishing, readers are beginning to make the shift from paper copies of their publication to e-editions.
When it comes to publishing and distributing your magazine with a mobile app, there are a few different ways to format your digital magazine. Traditionally, publishers have published digital replicas - a simple PDF version of their magazine - which for many circumstances gets the job done.
Publishers can distribute and monetize publication with mobile apps, but they can also use this opportunity to bring print content to life. Digital replicas are often thought of as just the digital versions of a printed issues, however publishers can add multimedia elements like video and image galleries, as well as web links and HTML, to enhance the user experience and increase reader engagement.
Today, Adobe announced the opening of its proprietary format .folio for which it will provide technical specifications to support this technology. Paperlit is already compliant with .folio files and this announcement will make our efforts to support such format even easier than before. This is a great news for the publishing industry as publishers need to have as many format and marketing options ...