Question of the Day: How did data shape content creation in a year of change?

In 2021, Digiday and Connatix teamed up to ask experts at the Digiday Publishing Summit how the past year’s unprecedented online audience surge fundamentally changed the ways publishers use data to create content. In this installment of the Question of the Day, Joetta Gobell, vice president of Research and Insights at Dotdash, talks about what […] The post Question of the Day: How did data shape content creation in a year of change? appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at 'Digiday'

[ Digiday | 2021-03-10 02:00:00 UTC ]
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From Gutenberg’s printing press to Google’s AMP format, the publishing world has gone from zero to one million miles per hour, with revolutionary changes to the way we produce, distribute, and consume content. Here is a breakdown of some of the key changes in digital publishing, plus tips for... Continue reading at Publishing Executive

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DoubleVerify: Inflammatory and Misleading Content Spiked 83% Year Over Year Last November

Brands unwittingly spent a minimum of $235 million in advertising on sites linked to disinformation in 2019, according to Global Disinformation Index estimates, and digital media analytics, data and measurement platform DoubleVerify released a new report that examined three of the most important... Continue reading at AdWeek

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World Book Day sales soar year on year as campaign report assesses engagement

Sales of World Book Day (WBD) titles soared by more than 50% in comparison to last year, with 469,274 copies in total shifted in the week of the event, sales figures have shown. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Tbilisi Opens Its UNESCO World Book Capital Year: ‘An Historic Day’

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The best books to beat this year’s special brand of Valentine’s Day blues

Reading choices for your night in — whether you like sweet, steamy or need a good cry. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Reading My Bliss: How 20-Year-Old Manga Helps Get Me Through the Day

Bliss is rare these days. Enjoy it. For me, that means burying myself in twenty-year-old manga to get through the day. Continue reading at Book Riot

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A Year of Scandals and Self-Questioning for France’s Top Publishers

The release of “Consent” put France’s literary establishment under a harsh spotlight. The publishing industry is grappling with a nation that it resembles less and less. Continue reading at The New York Times

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'I've never felt less festive': the art of writing Christmas novels, 365 days a year

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Year-End Changes: PRH Canada Separates Knopf and Random House

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Nine Dots Prize reveals this year's $100k question

The Nine Dots Prize for creative thinking has revealed his year's question, part of a global problem-solving competition that offers $100,000 (£77,000) and a Cambridge University Press book deal for the winning response. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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How 50 Years of Frog and Toad Shaped Countless Literary Friendships

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To Change How You Publish in the Digital Age, Start with a Question

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Publishing for the future: how children’s books have changed in 20 years

Looking back and charting changes in a business as multi-faceted and all-encompassing as children’s books is a tricky business. Given that the peak titles from the past last a very long time while most titles fade away fairly fast and the least successful disappear surprisingly completely it is... Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Heartbreaking recollections of the September day that changed everything

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