More newspapers choose to have their entire backlist of previous editions digitalized and distributed through their ePaper solution. A digital archive is indeed a large investment, but according to Danish news group Folketidende Gruppen it’s worth every penny.
Our new ‘tracking event’ drastically improves your data quality because it adapts to the different reading modes. So, whether your readers prefer reading the ePaper as a conventional print paper with page-turning (swipes) or in article view, you can be sure that you collect useful and reliable data about your readers.
It's often the little things that make all the difference. And with a simple push notification you can now increase reader loyalty and retention thanks to our latest feature - Segmented Push.
We’ve said it many times before. The ePaper is an undeniably good investment that can easily pay for itself when used strategically correct. Need proof? Just ask Danish media group Jysk Fynske Medier (JFM).
Each year since 2015, Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet has been doing surveys among the readers of their ePaper. They've made Visiolink responsible for conducting the surveys, so to learn more about their motivation for doing so, we’ve talked to Thomas Svensson, Marketing Manager at Ekstra Bladet.
German publishing house Schleswig-Holsteinische Zeitungsverlag (sh:z) launched their new ePaper app in early 2018, and impact was no less than astonig. Now they've implemented a new addition called "Abendmagazin" that will give the readers even greater value.
German newspaper Nordwest-Zeitung (NWZ) has a very popular ePaper, and they have obtained a subscriber base that exceeds even their own expectations. Through an innovative yet customer-centric approach they've succeeded in accustoming their readers to the ePaper.
Updated: May 8, 2018.
Common for all Visiolink solutions are that they’re all – no matter the platform - linked to Google Analytics making them subject to the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that comes into effect May 25, 2018.
Some of the largest media companies in Europe, such as mh:n, Schibsted and Jysk Fynske Medier all work with segmentation for the purpose of onboarding subscribers as well as preventing churn. There's no reason why you shouldn't be doing the same.
Are you looking for a new ePaper supplier? Or do you not have an ePaper yet, but want to take the leap and start distributing your newspaper or magazine on a digital platform? In either case, here are five questions that help you make the pick that best suit the needs of you and your business.
It's time for the sequel in the blog series that will help you find the right ePaper supplier. In this post, we turn the attention to profit increasing areas like onboarding, advertisements and data.
Kantar TNS (formerly TNS Gallup), who's responsible of collecting the readership figures and digital traffic for the Norwegian media companies, are going to make some technological changes that may affect your Visiolink solution.