Monthly Archives: June 2013

Adobe DPS Drives 100 Million Digital Publication Downloads

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According to a Pew Research Center report released this month, a third of American adults own a tablet, giving traditional and corporate publishers a big opportunity to reach their audiences. Continued innovation in Adobe Digital Publishing Suite enables publishers and brands to drive readership, commerce, and customer loyalty. The latest features of DPS are designed to entice readers to purchase by allowing them to view publications on a website, sample free articles within an issue, and have optimized reading experiences on iPhone 5 and Android devices.

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A Day in the Life of a Mobile Consumer

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The mobile revolution has been dubbed by many as the trillion dollar revolution. Flurry discusses dayparting among U.S. app consumers, and how Millemnnials behave on mobile.

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CHART OF THE DAY: Mobile Payments Are About To Explode

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Will account for $1.5 trillion of all transactions in US by 2017.

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More Magazines are Sold on Friday, Saturday and Sunday and 13 Other Fun Facts About Magazines at the Newsstands…

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At the MPA/PBAA Retail Marketplace conference in Philadelphia, Gil Brechtel, from the Magazine Information Network (MagNet) presented 14 fun facts about the magazine business at retail outlets in t…

 

1. About 50% of all magazine copies are sold on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The lowest selling day of the week is Wednesday, with only about 11.5% of the total sold on an average week.

2. November is the weakest month for magazines sales, even though the day before Thanksgiving is among the best magazine sales days each year.

3. Bookazine sales typically spike during the first few weeks of July, where the average cover price of all magazines sold during that period has ballooned by about 12% in recent years.

 

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