Archives For Digital Magazines

The Digital Magazine Awards have changed a lot in 5 years… an International Summit … Unconferences … entries from over 30 countries from world famous publishers. The industry needs to change too.

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Maybe you noticed… God I hope you noticed… the Flipping Pages Blog has been a little quiet this year. Here’s why… no excuses, just other priorities.

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Physical spaces have had no part to play in digital magazine discoverability. Exact Editions ByPlace system is an interesting way to re-establish the link between audience location and magazine content.

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There were a lot of big questions asked at the Digital Magazine Unconference in London. The biggest was, would an industry association help the digital magazine sector grow?

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This year’s Digital Magazine Awards event in November will kick off with the group’s first Digital Magazine Unconference, a chance for people in the business to get together and discuss where they’re at.

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Scared our livelihoods were disappearing down a virtual plug-hole, we got behind iPad magazine pioneers like they were leading us to the promised land. Now our optimism needs to be more cautious.

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The iPad was a game changer for magazines, but the closure of Tap! and Tech. remind us that putting a publication on the Newsstand doesn’t guarantee success

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Don’t be afraid of digital magazines – “Fear is the path to the Dark Side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering.” Master Yoda says you need to train yourself to let go.

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‘My Favorite Magazine’ is a magazine making project organised by MagCulture in support of inspirational creative director Bob Newman who was taken seriously ill in March.

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I’m not sure about Zinio’s new Z-Pass. It sounds like a reasonable deal for readers, like a discount deal in fact. Like the kind of discount deal that torpedoed circulation revenues in print.

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