New wave of Online Publishers
Between 2010 (introduction of Apple iPad) and today Online Publishers become a necessary element of Publishers toolkit. They sit in the same compartment as Adobe InDesign now.
Why publishers need Online Publishers?
Publishers of all sizes can benefit from using Online Publishers
in their day-to-day workflow. For one going mobile enlarge number of ways readers can access your publication. Secondly publishers that previously were operating only locally now can reach new markets without enormous costs of doing so 10 years ago. Lastly publishers can be one of the first in their category, therefore gain significant advantage over late adopters.
This is not only limited to big publishing companies. Introduction of App Store Newsstand and Google Play newsspaper and magazine categories allowed small publishers compete with big companies on equal rights. Final call is made by readers around the world. They vote with their credit cards.
Use of Online Publishers
and fast adoption of iPads and Android tablets democratize publishing market and help small and medium publishers in a way that was simply not available to them few years ago.
Publishers get more readers with Online Publishers
Increasing the number of channels publishers can reach new readers is probably number one job today for publishing companies. Apple started mobile revolution in 2010 with release of original iPad and suddenly publishers woke up in a reality where they have to embrace this new medium. Simple Online Publishers
were developed to help publishers focus on delivering content to readers, relieve them of IT headache and dealing with App Store and Google Play Store policies.
Why Publishers should use Online Publishers?
Within couple of months of Apple releasing the original iPad publishers realize that tablets are not a threat to them. Quite the opposite – they saw this new category of devices as a way to reach more markets, more target groups and therefore sell more. One thing that was missing in 2010 is now also solved: software. Whole new category of Online Publishers
were developed to help publishers focus on their job better.
PressPad – a great example of Online PublishersPressPad
was created to relieve publishers from the pain of dealing with App Store and Google Online Store policies. Using PressPad
publishers don't have to build expensive IT teams, learn how to manage mobile projects, outsource work, and so on. All they have to do is use dead-simple online tool to bring their content to iPads and Android devices of their readers.