The developers of EMag software have announced that their digital page flipping software has reached the end of its life cycle. After years of providing software to printers and publishers alike, the firm has confirmed that it will no longer market, develop, or support the software.
Over the past decade, online digital magazine software, particularly software that simulates flipping through pages of a book, were used to combine online internet editions for added exposure beyond the printed edition itself.
Social Media: Overwhelmingly, today’s marketing trend has been to increase brand awareness by utilizing online social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram, and many others. For many businesses, multi-platform ad campaigns combine their printed materials in conjunction with social media sites, and have become the norm for a full spectrum advertising program which is effective for many print sectors, including catalogs, magazines, and other related print collateral.