Posted on October 8, 2015 in Archive

How to Advertise on Mobile in Light of iOS 9’s Ad Blocking

08Oct
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We’ve all experienced that feeling of disappointment that comes with downloading a new update that feels more like a downgrade. Once upon a time, YouTube didn’t advertise before each video. There was a time when Snapchat didn’t give people the means to incessantly vomit rainbows. 

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Posted on September 24, 2015 in Archive

A Simple Guide to Okta’s Businesses at Work Report

24Sep
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Okta’s Businesses at Work Report provides insight into how people and organisations work today. The report was compiled using findings from a dataset of 2,500 customers and 4,000 apps. It explores employees, partners, contractors and customers, and apps and services used for productivity. Here are some highlights from the report.

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Posted on May 20, 2015 in Archive

Create or join publishing projects on together.pub

20May

2 minute read Introducing together.pub: a simple solution for gathering the right people to get your publishing project off the ground.

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Posted on February 20, 2014 in Archive

TinyType makes a strong case for font embedding

20Feb

Anyone who’s ever tried to get their typography right knows that mobile OSes are a nightmare. You could be pretty confident that the font you liked best on iOS would default to something horrible on Android, but until now, just trying to figure out which fonts are supported on which platform has been a guaranteed… Read more »

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Posted on December 22, 2013 in Archive

How are declining ebook sales a ‘mixed blessing’?

22Dec

Here we go again. Once more, statistics showing that ebook sales have slowed down in the last year have the industry shouting out that the only logical explanation must be that the print format is regaining it’s former glory and momentum as the champion of the written novel. I don’t know how to put this,… Read more »

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Posted on November 15, 2013 in Archive

There are just four types of authors in this world Pt.2

15Nov

If you are an author or a publisher, you don’t really want to be classifying yourself in either of these two categories. Because it either means that you are literally dead, or ‘literary’ dead. Wordplay is fun. Continuing from the last blog post, ‘Authors Who Play Dead’ and ‘Dead Authors’ are now up for discussion.

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