The distribution of digital publications is something else than distributing offline, paper publications. But it's not the same as the distribution of normal webpages either. Digital publications are a bundle of pages and are mostly distributed with the objective of keeping these bundles intact. They are published periodically, so you want people to keep coming back to them. If you do this right, your publications will become something your visitors will look forward to. Needless to say, these recurring visitors are very valuable.

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One of the most defining features of Publitas is that people can shop directly from your publications. It is an improvement of its analog equivalent: your users no longer have to remember (or tear out) a relevant offer from your weekly ads. They can just put it in their basket and checkout after they have finished browsing.

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A great benefit of making your publications available online is that they can easily be found. We already wrote about how we make sure your publications are optimized for search engines. In this post, we want to show you quick wins that can get you a better ranking in search engines.

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HTML5 is not a programming language in itself, but an advancement of the HTML markup language. HTML is what made browsing pages with links on the web actually possible. What makes version 5 so notable is that it adds many new features such as video, audio, and interactive elements that allow us to slowly move away from Flash. We already started this process a while ago as Apple sort of forced us to. We’re glad they did, though. Let us explain why.

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You can only be an expert in selling if you understand what makes humans tick. This goes as much for designing online shopping experiences as it does in the real world.

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