Publishers’ distributed-content headaches

Publishers are firmly in the era of distributed content. By pushing stories straight to platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, without trying to get readers back to their sites, publishers want to go where the readers are, and hopefully, build new revenue streams. There's no shortage of challenges, though. Publishers still have hang-ups about monetization, which is still a work in progress on most platforms. Other concerns include the absence of deep data from platforms and figuring which new platforms will be the next big things, and which are distractions. The post Publishers’ distributed-content headaches appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at 'Digiday'

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