Evaluating what sites and searches bring your readers in can help you target the marketing of your content online, bringing in new readers efficiently.
Since each publisher’s content, resources, and audience behavior is different, there is not a “one size fits all” answer for how to customize your digital content. However, there are ways to “test the waters.”
The digital advantage can have different meaning for different publishers. Taking your content and processes and enhancing them with advantages provided by a digital solution can help your publication Stand Out in the Digital Forest.
Incorporating an engaging digital solution can help strengthen your message and identity. If you already have print content, adding digital can show your audience that you are keeping up with their ever-evolving content consumption needs.
Capturing the attention of your audience should be the main goal of your content; keeping the attention of your audience should be the main goal of your sharing and distribution efforts.
There is a potential need and audience for native and non-native solutions. So let’s look at the top three benefits of utilizing a non-native solution like HTML 5 and a native app.
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