Valuable ePaper insights for you

By Frederic Günzel | Sep 28 2016 | Events | Media

Do you know that more than 60% of European ePaper readers say that access to a digital archive is an important ePaper feature?

Do you want to know how early release and print-free days can affect your ePaper readership? Or how you utilize user data to increase ad revenues?

At the World Publishing Expo in Vienna, we are sharing some of the ePaper insights, we have accumulated over more than 10 years, in a number of short Insights Sessions.

Come by C.353 to get answers, insights and best cases.

 10 and 11 Oct.

Turn your archive into a digital goldmine
- Digital Archive Solutions
by Tor Arve Vartdal, Zissor
Jens Funder Berg, Visiolink

It takes more to turn a digital archive into a valuable ePaper feature than scanning thousands of archive pages. Digitizing old newspapers, making them searchable and presenting them in a user-friendly manner makes all the difference.

This short Insights Session takes you on a journey from dusty archive to digital goldmine.

 10 and 11 Oct.

 Use your ePaper user data to make profit
- Visiolink Business Intelligence

by Jens Funder Berg, Visiolink

Engaging readers is a matter of staying relevant by providing the right stories and ads. At the right time. On the right channels. The data your digital publications generate gives valuable strategic insight, and in Visiolink Business Intelligence we turn vast amounts of user data into profitable business assets.

Jens Funder Berg shares data and survey results from ePapers across Europe, and gives you valuable insights on how to attract paying digital subscribers. 

 In addition to the Insights Sessions, Visiolink is also participating in the guided tour - Increasing Digital Revenue – which WAN IFRA has arranged Wednesday 12 Oct 11.30-13.30.

We look forward to sharing our insights with you. And remember, if you want to meet with us at the World Publishing Expo, you can easily book a meeting right here: 

Book a meeting with Visiolink at World Publishing Expo 2016

Frederic Günzel


Frederic Günzel