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Do You Have a Mobile App 

Yes, we have gone beyond classic mobile apps to use a new technology called Progressive Web apps. They look exactly like a mobile app, but  with better functionality. They install quick without the need to  visit an  app store. And are an excellent way to increase use on your site. 

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What Your Readers and Google Lo❤e About Your Web Magazine or Newspaper

Everyone likes to read an engaging website. Which google awards by showing your articles higher on their search pages known as page rank. Here are some of the factors your reader will like and google will show you some page love for. 

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Six Key Research Findings on News Consumption

Generally, users consume content in a 24/7 online world, whereby they have unlimited access to news through a huge amount of info-channels like newspapers, blogs, internet radio, videos and social media communities. This leads an information consumption pattern which often leaves the reader distracted and unsatisfied.

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The Future of Journalism: Tom Rosenstiel Video 📺

When Tom Rosenstiel is asked, “Has digital technology made journalism worse or better?” he has a quick answer: “Yes.” In this talk, he explores a key question: In a world where the audience dictates what “news” is, what new roles must responsible journalists learn to play?

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When Should I Post This? Infographic

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Why Content Differentiation Helps You Survive & Succeed in a Crowded Space

Content is a subjective factor  because it is irrevocably tied to the creator’s knowledge and experience levels. Your content is only as good as the degree to which the reader finds it useful/entertaining. 

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How to Build Your Online Brand Infographic

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Countries who have the highest percentage of their population consuming news online

A graphic revealing the countries that have the highest percentage of their population consuming the latest news stories online. Take a look at the graphic below to see how your country compares.

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Stop the News Deserts & Start An Online Newspaper Video 📺

PBS Video discussing the layoffs at established newspaper chains reflect the difficulty of the news business. The closing of local newsrooms can create “news deserts,” areas with limited access to news outlets. Judy Woodruff talks to Steve Cavendish, editor of the Nashville Banner, and Penny Abernathy, chair of journalism and digital media economics at the University of North Carolina.