Twipe's weekly news digest

Newsletter strategies, social media experiments and audience insights: Twipe’s Weekly News Digest

Welcome to Twipe’s Weekly News Digest. This week, we take a look at stories from across the world of publishing and news tech, touching on topics like newsletter strategies, new social media experiments, audience insights from innovative customer centres and more. Read our top 5 stories of the week below. 1. 3 types of newsletter[…]

5 themes that governed the news industry in 2022

In 2022, the news industry was presented with the opportunity to blend their pandemic world learnings with a return to normality. This resulted in a refreshed outset for publishers. Join us for a rundown of the 5 key themes that we think ruled 2022. 1. Generative AI changing content creation A touch of recency bias[…]

How have news apps developed in 2022?

Earlier this year we discussed app strategy in a webinar with experts from The Telegraph, Schibsted and Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. Over the course of 2022, we have monitored app developments closely to see how publishers have developed their strategies. Unification of apps continues to be a growing trend In an app strategy survey, 48% of[…]

Twipe's weekly news digest

Subscriptions on the rise, NFTs and changing newsrooms: our top 5 publishing stories from last week

This week’s Twipe Weekly Publishing News Digest takes a look at stories from across the world of publishing and news tech, touching on topics like why subscriptions are still on the rise, how publishers are pioneering with NFTs, insights from Reuter’s latest report on changing newsrooms and more. Read our top 5 stories of the[…]

4 cases of publishers pioneering with NFTs

NFTs have become less of a marketing ploy and more of a genuine revenue opportunity for publishers. They have diversified income streams for some, whilst others have struggled to capitalise on their potential. One thing’s for sure, they appear to be an alternative money maker for publishers. How have early pioneer publishers capitalised on their[…]

Twipe's weekly news digest

Peak newsletter, gamification and Gen Z news preferences: our top 5 stories from last week

This week’s Twipe Weekly Publishing News Digest takes a look at stories from across the world of publishing and news tech, touching on topics like why publishing is not yet at peak newsletter, how a German publisher is using gamification to educate citizens about local politics, insights from a report studying Gen Z and Millennials[…]

No peak in sight: 82% of publishers still looking to launch extra newsletters

Newsletters have been a powerful tool for publishers of all ages and sizes in recent years. Despite recent murmurings around reaching peak newsletter, they appear to be a central to publisher’s future plans. Top newsletter outlets still going strong Newsletters took off during the pandemic with a sway of prominent journalists moving to platforms like[…]

How Sunday editions help increase digital engagement

Sunday editions get special attention from many publishers. They offer in-depth analysis, enriched offerings, more light-hearted stories and opinion of the week’s news events. Journalists can also dive deeper into issues and provide updates on the big stories of the the week. According to a 2016 study, readers in the UK spent 80 minutes reading[…]

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