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  • 17 Jan 2017

    Audience Engagement Trends in 2017

    As social channels continue their meteoric surge, publishers face the balancing act of growing their branded sites while using their content to engage audiences on platforms that aren’t theirs. FIPP contributor Jon Watkins rounds up market predictions for 2017, including a trend that shows publishers might just find a saviour from an unusual source…   […]

  • 11 Jan 2017

    FIPP – The Ad Market Predictions for 2017

    Here’s some good stuff from our colleagues in FIPP. Jon Watkins wades through the predictions for the advertising market in 2017 to identify some trends that could have a major impact on publishers over the next 12 months and beyond. Among all the advertising-trends stats and predictions for 2017, one theme in particular is constant: that […]

  • 11 Jan 2017

    How content plays a key role in customer acquisition journeys

    In the last five years content marketing has developed from being an experimental tactic used by a small number of innovative brands, to a must have tool for everyone from the biggest FMCG brands to the smallest B2B startups. And while on one level Red Bull and GoPro continue to wow consumers with ever more […]

  • 16 Dec 2016

    Quinn still determined to help British Vogue stay in fashion

    British Vogue’s Publishing Director, Stephen Quinn For a man who has spent a quarter of a century as publishing director for one of the most influential fashion magazines in the world you would think that Irishman Stephen Quinn, of British Vogue would be all over the “digital space”. This is the world of internet rankings, […]

  • 08 Dec 2016

    Irish Magazine Awards – Video

    Here’s a short little video we made at the Irish Magazine Awards on 1 December 2016

  • 05 Dec 2016

About Magazines Ireland

Trade association of Magazine Publishers of Ireland

What is Magazines Ireland? The objective of Magazines Ireland is to promote and protect the interests of magazine publishers and in particular its members. Who does Magazines Ireland represent? Magazines Ireland represents 35 Irish publishers who together produce over 175 magazines, both consumer and business to business titles. Magazines Ireland has created a strong, united voice for magazines here in Ireland and internationally. This united voice of Irish publishers has helped our members to grow their magazines and businesses through Magazines Ireland initiatives, by providing a forum for publishers to discuss their industry and to help it grow.

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