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Though many digital magazines have evolved from their print-based
counterparts, their versatility allows brands to branch off in new creative
directions, as well. Here are some possibilities to explore:
Consider creating a print newsletter when you need a way to:
▶ Digital magazines don’t always have to mean original content.
Content on a particular topic or theme can be curated from around the
web and compiled into a one-stop collection of need-to-know info your
audience will truly appreciate.
▶ Go off on a relevant topical tangent. Magazine content doesn’t have
to be directly related to the products and services your brand offers.
Consider building your editorial around things like current events
and issues that impact your industry or social causes that your
audience might be interested in.
▶ Help your stories leap off the page: Just because you call it a
magazine doesn’t mean it has to look or feel like those things you flip
through at the dentist’s office. Liven up your text and images by adding
gifs, sound, video, or other interactive components.
Case studies that earn extra points:
Van Winkle’s
Mattress retailer Casper launched a web-based
magazine (and a companion e-newsletter) devoted
to all things sleep-related – from reporting the latest
scientific findings on dreaming, to investigating the
things that keep us awake at night. Cleverly named
Van Winkle’s, it operates completely independently
of its e-commerce parent, avoids any overt
promotion of Casper’s products, and is managed by a
talented team of experienced journalists who take an
eye-opening and newsworthy approach to “exploring
sleep with our eyes wide open.”

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