Meetings with 10 Brazilians who live in the area of Ontario, yet outside. Toronto. This arrangement of digital broadcasts centers around close to home encounters and viewpoints, showing the qualities and benefits of every area regarding openings, work, quality, and average cost for basic items. (Creation: Christian Pedersen and Ana Carolina Botelho.)
Are you considering to create the best digital magazines ever? You have a great idea!
But how do you get started? How do you ensure your magazine has useful content and generate revenue?
You’ll find so much advice on the internet, and everyone will be telling you to try out different ideas. But you shouldn’t give up. Starting a digital magazine may not be half as hard as you possibly think.
All you need for the best digital magazine is to look at what the top digital magazines are doing and learn from the things they’re doing right and avoid the wrong ones. Here are eight best digital magazines that you can use as inspiration:
There’s a reason why Vogue is one of the biggest and most influential magazines in the world.
Not to spark the old debate print vs. digital magazine (again), but unlike most fashion magazines out there, Vogue keeps its brand strong by making its magazine available digitally
They have a strong digital presence while keeping their print version alive.
Although they are well known for their fashion and beauty content, Vogue also went ahead and explored political and social issues in its features and editorials.
Who can really tell what the reasons are why they’ve explored these topics? But I believe that this is one of the reasons why they are still relevant today. Vogue doesn’t limit themselves to be just one thing. They evolve with modern society.
decided to move with her husband and young son to the city of Welland, in the Niagara region. In a relaxed and attentive manner, this real estate agent tells us about the motivations and challenges that accompany her in this important life decision. And we want to know: why is Maya moving to Welland?
In a relaxed and attentive manner, this real estate agent tells us about the motivations and challenges that accompany her in this important life decision to leave Toronto and move to Welland.
In this episode of Ontario, it's not just Toronto that we talked to Maya Mendes who,