Unbound Media caught up with publishing experts to find out the dos and don'ts of promoting magazines and brands online.
Five media events that will help you with your digital media strategies.
When you’re faced with the task of generating original, new content on a regular basis, it can be pretty daunting especially when you’re stuck for ideas. Here are some good places to look for inspiration.
Magazines Canada's new advertising toolkit includes research from the publishing industry's most up-to-date resources. The toolkit includes a document about trust, and maintains that, "Without trust, media relationships are ineffectual."
How to structure your content for an entire month’s worth of Facebook status update posts.
How to optimize the process of blogging for the best results.
Few topics have polarized the publishing industry like paywalls whenever its brought up in conversation. Regardless of which side you lean towards, the last couple of years have seen a lot of different experiments in charging for online content - some successful, others not so much and some yet to be seen.
People may resist change but they can’t resist potential savings and additional revenue opportunities that a CMS offers!
This week's 'Great Reads' features a lesson in sponsored-content from Scientology, how Facebook's Graph Search can benefit publishers and magazines that are taking advantage of the iPad.
Facebook may have declared war on Google this week, but Wired magazine is the one coming out of this thing with a win. The magazine published a 4000-word feature on its website, shortly after Facebook’s unveiled Graph Search, with exclusive details on all the work that went into it. This big exclusive will never see the glossy pages of print.