Are publishers disappointed in Facebook’s Instant Articles?

Almost two years ago, Facebook rolled out Instant Articles. The new feature aimed at providing publishers with a more engaging platform on which to gather users, through faster loading times and a cleaner look and feel. Not even 24 months later, many industry actors are already turning away from Facebook’s once praised idea. The Guardian recently joined a[…]

Twipe signs first big partnership in Germany

German publisher DuMont accelerates digital growth with Twipe ePapers As of noon today DuMont Media Group offers its seven titles’ subscribers a completely new digital reading experience. The Launch of the new ePaper Apps with Twipe is the beginning of a long-term partnership. With the Twipe Platform, DuMont has found a reliable basis to build[…]

Twipe strengthens leadership position in the French publishing market

Today, the French regional news publisher Centre France, launches a new breed of apps on iOS, Android and the Web for the digital editions of its 19 newspapers. Centre France and Twipe have entered a long-term collaboration to distribute and monetize the digital newspapers. Centre France is the first to roll out the new Web[…]

2016 … What a year it has been!

Click to read As we are wrapping up our presents and the year, we want to look back on 2016 full of discoveries and new learnings. We worked hard all year to create stunning publications for our customers. On our publishing platform we added many new features that increase the visibility of the bundle (PromoSpot) and the comfort of automatic downloading. By migrating to[…]

Reasons why your ePaper should be part of your 2017 strategy

2016 is almost over – some might say finally – so we are looking over the horizon into next year and what publishers should include in their strategic planning of 2017. We were gathering our experience and knowledge and want to share reasons why your ePaper should be part of your 2017 digital strategy. 1.[…]

Get your reader on your radar

“Every single editor I’ve spoken to feels they’re flying blind” says Rob Barrett, digital chief at Hearst Newspapers. One of the key challenges this year for news was balancing national news with regional news, pop culture and viral content. As reach is still an important metric for newspapers it is almost impossible to do that without mixing viral[…]

L’avenir launches NextGen app

The Belgian regional newspaper L’avenir has just released its new mobile optimized version of its daily newspaper. This new format is available for all 9 regional editions. NextGen is optimized for mobile devices and provides a more comfortable way of reading. More comfortable reading The new beautiful design and carefully developed templates offer a stepstone[…]

The new iOS 10 and what it means for publishers

With the new update to Apple’s iOS there are new opportunities for digital publishers. Most importantly the revamped lock screen, can now be customized and shows more widgets. Enabling the user to get a quicker overview of their news. Widgets Widgets on your lock screen can now be added, removed and rearranged. Thus, making the[…]