Bibblio Blog

Thought pieces on media, publishing, machine learning and content recommendation

Diversification in Digital Media and Publishing: Part II 15 October 2018 Part II of the highlights of our panel discussion from Future of Media and Publishing New York: we discuss evolving commercial strategy, moving to a digital first publisher, long-term thinking in publishing, branded content, subscription and new horizons. Diversification in Digital Media and Publishing: Part I 11 October 2018 Part I of the highlights of our panel discussion from Future of Media and Publishing New York: we discuss traffic sources, Facebook and social, metrics, audience loyalty, video and monetization. Enthusiast Media: a new way to think about digital? 4 October 2018 What we learnt from the latest Future of Media and Publishing from NYC: part 1 is all about Enthusiast Media, a new mental model for publishers explained by Guy LeCharles Gonzalez. Learn what it is, how it works, and whether it can help you. Metrics, channels, innovation and trust: what’s on the minds of digital publishers 28 September 2018 Here's round two of our recap of the State of Media and Digital Publishing, focussing on the views of our panel on a number of topics: metrics to measure, important acquisition channels, trust issues for publishers with advertising and where the future is taking us. Does Digital Publishing Success Mean Going Analogue? 25 September 2018 Find out what we learnt about print, digital transformation and the future of native advertising and content marketing at the first State of Media and Digital Publishing, put on by Bibblio and 93 Digital at WeWork Shoreditch on 11 September 2018. Reaching for the Sky at our latest recommender systems meetup 4 July 2018 Find out what we learned at our fifth Recsys London meetup. With a Principal Data Scientist from Sky, a Data Science Consultant and Marketeer, and a Senior Research Engineer from Sky all contributing, there were lots of great insights! Refinding relevance on the web 15 November 2017 Fighting the good fight can feel a bit lonely. This is why we're excited about Refind, a platform facilitating content discovery without increasing the noise.