The latest about Bibblio
Last month, a group of London’s forward-thinking digital publishers gathered at WeWork Shoreditch for the first State of Media and Digital Publishing event hosted by Bibblio and 93digital.
How can traditional as well as digital publishing business models stay relevant and profitable in this forever evolving, algorithm-driven, unpredictable consumer world?
Content recommendation specialists Bibblio are hosting three evening events this month focusing on the state of the media and the future of publishing.
Good recommendations are at the heart of leading content businesses such as Spotify and Netflix. Users now expect that same experience everywhere.
What is the future of media and publishing? How do we predict what is going to happen? How can we as publishers and media professionals keep being original and think about today’s users and tomorrow’s content?
At yesterday evening’s 3rd Future of Media and Publishing Meetup in central London the topic of innovation and disruption was, not surprisingly, centre stage. Alongside, of course, the plentiful pizzas and beer.
Bibblio helps digital media and publishers to effectively monetize their platforms and content by improving key audience metrics like time on site, bounce rate and pages per session.
Twitter accounts for less then 2.5 percent of traffic to publishers; Instagram and Pinterest barely supply one percent together.
Do you want to use artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies on your WordPress site? There is a chance that you might already be using one.
In today’s online environment, information overload and the conflicting mission of advertisers can lead to distraction and irrelevant content suggestions.
When you’re running a website, you should always be seeking out ways to get your visitors more engaged.
One of the hardest tasks as a website owner is how to maximise engagement and keep your audience on your site.
Talking Facebook echo-chambers, globalisation and online education, to a future in which AI driven machines might help us have more time in the day!
Related Stories widgets generate traffic and revenue but have earned a bad reputation. Can they be fixed through better algorithms and user experience?
Startup founders often have a very acute take on what could be the solutions to enduring problems in the media.
CEO and co-founder Mads Holmen turns our heads by posing the question: what happens when we run out of time?
Podcast with Nasos Papadopoulos: Discover the systems driving the attention economy and how to live and learn in a world full of distractions, the structural problems that drive fake news and how to spot and deal with this online.
With $1.5 million raised in venture funding, led by 01 Ventures, Bibblio’s new content recommendation engine is dedicated to helping quality publishers and content businesses ensure their users find exactly what they need when they need it.
The folk at MoCo are kept very busy inspiring the world with videos and events around cutting-edge mobile tech. Bibblio’s co-founder Mads Holmen was invited to their Brussels studio to talk future business models for publishing and fruitful B2B content recommendations.
The ASU GSV Summit is an annual conference for the learning and talent innovation community. The 2017 edition was held in Salt Lake City, Utah. Mads Holmen had the opportunity to speak on innovation in education and share what Bibblio is working on.
Taking its cue from media giants like Netflix, Facebook, and YouTube, startup Bibblio recognizes that high-quality recommendation is the future of content consumption.
We discuss a wide range of topics, including the difference between learning and education, whether there’s an ideal curriculum for the 21st Century and the nature of intelligence by drawing insights from the nature vs nurture debate.
Infrastructure, teacher training gaps and even irrelevant technology are hindering real expansion of technological solutions to some of education’s biggest challenges globally, voiced ed tech leaders at EdTechXEurope this month.
The digital world is overloaded with information. The challenge for publishers is to focus their efforts on content discovery rather than distribution.
Awarded to the winners of the Intelligent Data Insights contest, six entrepreneurs will get up to £35,000 and work with leading companies to develop prototypes to address data challenges.