It's no secret that social media has become a bastion for sharing content. But what's interesting now is how shares are allocated from platform to platform, category to category and channel to channel.
The infographic below was created by MAZ Digital Inc., and the data was collected form 124 newsstand magazine apps to determine how users are sharing magazine content on their tablets. It's evident by the results that when it comes to shares, content categories and channels mean everything.
New York--WIRED magazine rounded up some of the most elite healthcare professionals on November 5-6, to discuss how technology--and more specifically, data--will change our future at its Data | Life conference. This is the second installment of the conference and WIRED's second gathering of thought leadership in 2013, following its Think Bigger business conference in May.
Data | Life is another indication that the brand is looking to be more than just a techie-lifestyle magazine. Of course, with so many industries lever More...
October is a big month for American Express's Travel + Leisure. Actually, 2013 is shaping up to be a big year for the luxury travel title.
Sure, ad pages are up 28 percent in October year-over-year. And, yes, the aggregate count is up 7 percent compared to 2012--impressive figures when considering how many publishers are looking at red ink this year. But the real cause for celebration in October, and 2013 for that matter, is that editor-in-chief Nancy Novogrod is celebrating her 20th anniversary at the helm.
20 years is a big milestone, and one that's ordinarily recognized by employers and colleagues. However, the celebration and recognition for Nancy at American Express has been anything but ordinary.
Earlier this year, More...
Lately almost everyone in publishing has been talking about native advertising. Right? Well, the Federal Trade Commission wants to join in on the conversation, too.
On September 16, the FTC announced that it is holding a workshop on December 4 to "explore the blurring of digital ads with digital content." In an official release the FTC stated the following:
Increasingly, advertisements that more closely resemble the content in which they are embedded are replacing banner advertisements-graphical images that typically are rectangular in shape on publishers' websites and mobile applications. The workshop will bring together More...
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