For those outside the digital publishing world, the woes of online content creators can be hard to understand. Between crafting the perfect content, building a loyal following, and finding the right way to make money, publishers everywhere struggle to find success online. But before we dive into the plight of modern publishers, let’s step back to the innocent days before the Internet.
If you work in a team, be sure that your key colleagues have access to essential features by adding them to your organization.
Whenever there’s an earthquake here in California, internet junkies flock to Reddit to see what TheEarthquakeGuy has to say. Seemingly at the moment of any seismic disruption, TheEarthquakeGuy jumps online and dishes out all the relevant earthquake facts. From epicenter to magnitude to ground motion change, people have questions, and TheEarthquakeGuy has answers.
These days, the comments section has become a standard feature on nearly every publisher website. But do Internet comments really add value, or are they just a necessary evil?
You might remember a few months ago we rolled out the ‘Organizations’ view—a new feature for multi-site owners to get a single, comprehensive view of all their account data across multiple sites.