Which social media channels are actually popular when it comes to "sharing" digital publications?
Our digital publications use the AddThis API (Application programming interface). You can read all about the figures from March 2012 up to and including March 2013 below.
When you hear Augmented Reality, does that ring a bell? Nowadays we live in an online world, almost everything is online. So why not combine offline and online?
The Layar app is already worldwide:
- Downloaded more than 27 million times
- And has over 20.000 users
- Layar is the world leader in mobile augmented reality
Curious about these figures?
It's getting darker outside, little lights are burning everywhere and christmas trees can be found in every house. There is every indication that christmas is almost there! Christmas is a time of warmth and being together. A time of giving and showing how much friends and family mean to you.
Tablets take over! Tablet usage rises explosively! The Netherlands are leading in Europe when it comes to tablet usage. These are all statements which may sound familiar. Therefore we’re not going to write another blog about that. But interesting is what all these people are doing with their tablets. And why it is important to have your publication compatible with tablet.
At times, the reminiscent feel of flicking through a traditional paper catalogue or magazine gives a great comfort. But in the new digital age this is simply a thing of the past. Online publications are the new status quo.
The “Constantly Connected” way of life leads the greater majority of consumers to spending more time online; be it to shop, search for information or simply to relax. But what is it that these online publications offer that traditional publications don’t?
I read the news in the morning on my iPad while enjoying a cup of coffee, and if the weather permits, do so in the comfort of my garden. I usually check my email and other "social" channels as well. If the latest numbers are anything to go by, I’m not the only one utilizing today's technology...
Cookies are small files that web pages leave on your hard drive. They are usually used to save user information. Remembering a login name is probably the most widely used application for Cookies.
The Cookie Law refers to the Cookie article from the Telecommunications Act. The Cookie legislation will let the user take control over the cookies on his or her computer. This would make it clearer to the user exactly what cookies do and what information the user gives away, in order to achieve better online privacy.
Printed Media on his return!
Digital publishing is gaining ground. This according to a research conducted by Gfk MRI. The range of digital versions on tablets, e-books and smartphones rise by a quarter (24%). The vast majority of printed media (63%) saw their readership shrink.
The sun breaks through, the flowers outside are starting to bloom. As you set out the garden furniture on the terrace, it's time to get inspired for your new garden design, and when better to find it than while you sit outside.