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Millennials Surprisingly Prefer News Articles Over Videos
October 20th, 2016 by Contently
If you’ve just fired every writer at your company and replaced them with vloggers and cinematographers, it is with a heavy heart that I must announce you’re not going to reach as many millennials as you think. According to a study by the Pew Research Center...

Thanks to Twitter, Writers Are More Influential Than Publishers
October 20th, 2016 by Contently
A few years back, my path to pop culture enlightenment was blissfully simple. I would open up Grantland and read whichever stories piqued my interest. The same way my daily routine relied on a cereal of choice (Honey Bunches of Oats) and a toothpaste of choice (Crest Pro-Health), I had developed a relationship with a publisher of choice.
Google's Pixel Phone Was Designed To Steal Apple Users. It Almost Works
October 19th, 2016 by Fast Company
Every iPhone owner I know has at least considered it: making the jump to Android. After all, Google gets design now. Its Android operating system is actually the most popular mobile platform in the world. And with the company’s most aggressive attempt to build a Google phone yet, the $650 Google Pixel, we finally have...
Apple News is Sending Publishers Traffic, but Not Revenue
October 18th, 2016 by Digiday
A number of publishers say Apple News is sending them a significant traffic boost in the past month, but it’s doing little to help them monetize it. Publishers say traffic has boomed since the mobile news aggregation app was refreshed as part of an iOS 10 update in mid-September. As part of that update, the app was designed to be bolder and include breaking news notifications...
The One Email Tactic That Publishers Shouldn’t Ignore
October 16th, 2016 by Contently
The first email newsletter I subscribed to was Warren Ellis’s Orbital Operations. Ellis, a writer and comic book author, has been sending these emails since the ’90s, and they haven’t evolved all that much since. His newsletter is mostly text, with a couple links to books he recommends or a talk he gave at a conference, and perhaps a preview of a comic he’s working on.
Samsung Expects to Lose Around $3 Billion Due to Note 7 Recall
October 14th, 2016 by The Verge
Samsung says the Galaxy Note 7 discontinuation will cost it around $3 billion over the course of the next two fiscal quarters. The device, which has a chance of overheating and exploding, has been plagued with problems since its launch back in August. After recalling millions of devices thought to have battery issues...
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