Smaller, independent magazines are turning to sites like Kickstarter and IndieGoGo to crowdfund their editorial missions. We've rounded up five of the top campaigns.
At the end of April this year, Twitter announced that ordinary people (at least in the U.S.) could pay to promote their tweets. The potential seemed huge, but what would people actually do with Promoted Tweets? Fast forward a few months to early September, and a man made news by paying to promote a tweet complaining about British Airways losing his luggage. He eventually got his bags back, and had a slew of BA haters supporting him along the way.
The Next Issue app brightens the future of the magazine industry, publishers try to close the mobile revenue gap and Forbes predicts the top technology trends of 2014.
Pinterest has become the place for brands to have fun and get creative with consumer engagement. Some of the most entertaining and informative pinboards were made and are curated by brands.
Time Inc. makes its titles available to Flipboard, publishers ignore Google Plus and the evolution of community management.
Top magazine execs agree that the industry isn't living up to its potential in native advertising, the editorial skills that matter today and planning a new social strategy to keep up with audiences.
Twitter is the micro-blogging phenomenon that has changed the way we communicate online. Find out how to harness the power of the tweet.
BuzzFeed founder talks balancing long form and listicles, guideposts to plan for the future of publishing and New York magazine considers going biweekly.
Just because you’ve got a website, it doesn’t mean anyone’s going to see it. Just because you’ve got a product, it doesn’t mean anyone’s going to buy it – unless you can go viral.