Digital Publishing changes the publishing landscape by Jacques Millard23 August 2011 0 Comments
Digital publishing no longer serves as a novelty alongside the traditional print publication; it has cemented itself in the future of information dissemination and is now an important part of all mainstream publication. The introduction of tablets and its rapid increase in sales over the last few years has changed the way the public consumes information.
The problem with Group-Buying by Wesley Lynch12 August 2011 6 Comments
The rate at which group-buying is taking off in South Africa has caught the attention of many people. MyTrueSpark went in search of how many group-buying companies there are in South Africa to date. I managed to find a total of 37. This may seem like a fair number until one compares it with the United States which has a grand total of 439.
Social Commerce - Facebook Applications offer more than marketing by Wesley Lynch10 August 2011 0 Comments
Facebook applications are a keen focus area for companies that want to extend their reach. But what many don’t realise, this early on in the development of the social phenomenon, is that it is not just about marketing or publicity. Companies that use Facebook merely to advertise their brand, or build up a contact database, are missing a big commercial opportunity.
Getting to know Nikki Cockcroft by Suhaifa Naidoo29 June 2011 0 Comments
Nikki Cockcroft is the CEO of 3 digital companies, Chair of The Bookmarks Awards and Chairwoman of the DMMA. Nikki has proved that she's not just a pretty face by being incredibly successful in the digital industry. Apart from being beautiful and intelligent, she is a go-getter!I have only been in this industry for 2 years now and women like Nikki have given me encouragement to know that it is possible to succeed. I decided to take the time to get to know her a little better and this is what she had to say:
Is Print finally dead? by Wesley Lynch03 June 2011 0 Comments
Looking back just over a year ago to January 2010, the sale ratio was 6 e-books for every 10 physical books. A few months later in October 2010, Kindle bestsellers outsold print bestsellers two to one. Then BAM! Out of nowhere, Kindle does a hit and run to claim the title of bestseller, when it overtook the combined sales of paperbacks and hardcover books all together.