An easy way to learn more about your readers – and their reading habits – is by taking advantage of Google Analytics and the metrics that it offers.
This week's Ask Akshay covers how to move content.
We attended mesh13, a two-day event that explores web evolution, new and emerging trends, what's on deck for digital and how to benefit your brand by using the Web.
Our third Get Digital event is quickly coming up. If you were at the last one, you'll remember a great night of learning and socializing with like-minded publishing and digital professionals. We hope to see you again!
One of the key differences between print content and online content, is the ability to have a meaningful, real-time conversation between content producers and their audience. Here are a couple of quick ways to make sure that connection remains as strong as possible.
Ten is a good number when it comes to making lists. Much like Goldilocks’s porridge choice – it’s not too big and not too small – it’s just right. On the topic of making mistakes in media – specifically digital magazines – the list surely could go on and on.
When we set out to host a party here at Agility, we decided that we wanted a room full of magazine people to help us celebrate the launch of Unbound Media, and also to share with us their thoughts and experiences on magazines in the digital space. What makes an event worth attending?
Let's face it, writing for online is not the same as writing for print because people read differently on the web.
As much as digital space has been embraced as the best way to create and distribute content, remnants of the paper age are still ever-present. What's preventing publishers from switching? What are they afraid of, and how can those fears be addressed?
Success online is not automatic. But if you take care of the fundamentals, you can maximize the traffic, advertising revenue and overall success – assuming you have great content.