15 Digital Publishing Stats That Should Have Your Attention

Digital Publishing is an ever changing competitive environment. If you don’t keep up with news and trends, you can miss key opportunities and can be caught unawares. That’s why it’s important for you, as a digital publisher, to keep in touch with every information on what is happening in the industry.

Awareness builds expert power. And if you establish expertise in this craft, you’ll earn the trust and respect not only of your target audience but also of the online publishing community at large.

Thanks to Hubspot for compiling 15 latest cold hard alerts that you need to think about and that you can use to bolster your bottom line.

Keeping-up-to-date with digital publishing stats and trends is only useful if you use the information to work for you. So, don’t just store this knowledge: use it to take advantage of opportunities, minimize threats, and make better decisions for your publication!

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Key Digital Publishing Stats For Your Strategy-Building

To be successful in digital publishing, you need to pay attention to the opportunities and trends to make sure you are taking advantage when you can. Fortunately, there are endless statistics and data available if you go looking.

One thing you will find common in reports regarding digital publishing is the industry’s unstoppable growth and its accompanying stability. Additionally, content will continue to be the major building block of the industry. After all, it’s the high-quality content that creates the identity of any publication, whether in digital or print.Read more

6 Basic Building Blocks Of Your Digital Content

We all know that all digital publications have followed the same basic evolution. It starts with the interest about the technology and the iteration of it to a place where the platform has mass media reach. The denouement, and the thing that gives the platform longevity, is the content shared on it. This is true for all online magazines. optimized-content-planningWe don’t get excited about which platform it is published any more. Instead, it’s about the content that’s inside it.

To create and run a profitable digital magazine, planning should always be the square one of its content strategy. Without a clear blueprint of the content needed to produce, when and for whom, a title can quickly become a flop.

In today’s feature, Jake Rocheleau shares with us some great tips on how to structure content planning for your magazine, take advantage of digital technology and maximize the reach and impact of online platform.Read more

Tips For Optimizing Your Company’s Journey To Digital Transformation

High barriers to entry once protected publishing companies from competition. Publishers had the knowledge of buying processes and distribution clout to secure their position in the market. But their piece of pie is now under attack as the industry shifts toward digital content and away from dependence on print publications.Digital Publishing Transformation

And this trend is demanding not just publishing businesses to embrace digital transformation, but most businesses from other industries as well.
To survive, we must not only identify the right new strategy, but also must roll it out quickly so it reaches all levels of our organization. However, a strategy that seems perfectly logical at the top often falls victim to resistance (most irrational) booby traps at the bottom.

With the following tips from Mark Razzell, companies can break down barriers and make change happen, while still keeping employees’ enthusiasm intact.Read more

How To Maximize Your ROI in Data and Analytics

“Reader lifetime value” is an extremely significant measure for any digital publication. Yet, it’s one of the least understood and most overlooked metrics in digital publishing business — especially now that calculating it has become more and more dynamic. It is particularly important mainly because it gives you an idea if a particular reader will re-subscribe to your title, which in turn can help you decide how much your allowable and investment acquisition cost for that audience should be.

Once you gather the data generated by your readers or their activity inside your publication, you can better understand how to make use of your resources in terms of strategies you’ll need to keep your audience — and keep them engaged.

If you’re still in the planning stages of your digital publication and still figuring out how to work the numbers in the lifetime value equation, bellow’s extract from Matt Lindsay‘s article on Talking New Media might help. In his full article, Matt discussed how digital publishers can maximize return on their investments in data and analytics.

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