A leaked report shows how much money publishers make from platforms like Facebook, Google, and Snapchat
The report, from premium publisher trade body Digital Content Next (DCN), claims that the (mean) average premium publisher generated $7.7 million in revenue from distributing their content on third-party
Websites are not dead. However, their purpose has changed. This #DigitalEdu Magazine is designed to show students in Foundations of Digital Communications Strategy and Social Media up-to-the-minute changes in how the public discovers your online content, and what it means to your communications strategy.
Open your Facebook feed. What do you see? A photo of a close friend’s child. An automatically generated slide show commemorating six years of friendship between two acquaintances. An eerily on-target for
Publishers are in danger of becoming dumb content in the smart pipes of platforms like Facebook and Twitter. The quest for smoother user experience portrays actually visiting a publisher’s site as friction.
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