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22nd April 2014

MailOnline records its best day ever in UK

The MailOnline posted its best day ever in March 2014 as more than 6.3 million daily unique visitors accessed its website and apps in a single day
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9th April 2014

7 publishers doing native advertising well

Native advertising gives readers what they want: content that's valuable, sharable, and not distracting or annoying (Say Media)
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1st April 2014

Readly launches the Spotify of magazines

A Spotify-like magazine service has launched called Readly, offering a selection of magazines for a flat monthly fee (Pocket-Lint)
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28th March 2014

5 key findings about digital audiences

The way in which a user gets to a new website tells us a lot about their behaviour before they even arrive, according to new research (Pew Research Centre)
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25th March 2014

Apple Newsstand comes under renewed criticism

As of March 2014, the US Apple newsstand features over 10,000 magazines and newspapers but maintenance comes under fire (Talking New Media)
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24th March 2014

Huffington Post may charge for content in future

CEO Jimmy Maymann said that as HuffPoUK moves into profit, it may consider charging users for some content within the next five years (The Guardian)
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18th March 2014

PageSuite launch new tablet edition for The Independent

PageSuite has just launched a brand new iOS & Kindle Fire app for the Independent as part of their on-going investment in digital
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17th March 2014

Could the future of books lie in a Netflix model?

Online fiction service Rooster mirrors Netflix in its approach to book publishing. (Wired)
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13th March 2014

Do publishers need a WhatsApp strategy?

WhatsApp could become an invaluable distribution tool for publishers, as BuzzFeed has already proven (Digiday)
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7th March 2014

Apple will make iPhone 6 display the 'Killer App'

The iPhone 6 display will be a significant improvement over any other LCD smartphone through the use of Quantum Dot technology (Forbes)
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