The PRWIRE Press Releases https:// 2009-06-12T03:59:11Z MAGAZINE AND NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS GET FIRST LOOK AT NEXT GENERATION ONLINE READER 2009-06-12T03:59:11Z next-generation-online-reader-released-for-magazine-and-newspaper-publishers See the next generation digital edition reading interface. The Coverleaf Reader! Jam-packed with new features such as one-click social networking, innovative navigation, and customizable areas for video, social networks, and other add-ons.Watch a short video now - For more information contact:Wayne Willis-Davis0411 706 Texterity Releases Ground-Breaking 2009 Magazine & Newspaper Reader Survey Results - 2009-06-10T00:29:20Z texterity-s-2009-digital-edition-magazine-and-newspaper-reader-research-confirms-satisfaction-action-growth-http-www-texterity-com-survey-2 Texterity has just completed its fourth annual Profile of the Digital Edition Reader with BPA-Worldwide certified results. Digital readers of 164 publications representing 55 publishers of consumer, trade, and association magazines and newspapers were surveyed. This year, the research included questions specific to B2B and consumer audiences. Two-thirds of the 33,784 respondents were trade/professional publication readers and one-third were consumer publication readers. All respondents were qualified by their being a “digital reader” of a Texterity-produced publication, requiring that they have “read at least one digital edition recently.” The most salient 2009 findings confirm what Texterity has learned in past years: Over 90% are “satisfied” or “very satisfied” with their digital reading experience with the Texterity digital edition92% read their digital edition the same week; 52% read it immediately or the same day91% take action when reading advertisements or articles61% have read 3 or 4 of the last four issues, similar to a print readerThe top 3 reasons for reading digitally are again environmental friendliness, ease of saving, and convenience of searching. However, this year we see “more convenient than print” and “more timely than print” as close runners up. We also see “no clutter” and “can access while traveling” as frequent comments in the verbatim response. Regardless of gender, age, or occupation, the digital reader is thoroughly engaged. Over 91% of all digital edition readers take one or more actions when reading the digital edition, with over half visiting advertiser websites. When reading articles, readers mentioned that they bookmark, buy the magazine, click links, contact an author, visit websites, and recommend to a friend. When reading digital ads readers comments included actions such as apply for an advertised position, budget for purchase, contact a sales rep, or visit an advertiser’s booth at an upcoming event. This survey also tells us that digital readers are loyal online readers. Fact is, digital readers have increased their use of websites, social media, and e-newsletters as well as blogs, webcasts, wikis, and podcasts. There is an increasing appetite for mobile delivery as well, with over 25% mentioning that they want to receive their content on a “smartphone” device such as an iPhone. 79% of business-to-business reader cite “get information to do their jobs better” as the most important reason to use digital editions. Over 57% of consumer magazine readers say they spend 30 minutes or more reading each digital issue. And, more than 65% value video as a useful “rich media” add-on to digital magazines. To receive your FREE copy of the complete research results, click Texterity Texterity, Inc. ( creates, maintains, and tracks more than 1,000 digital publications for trade, consumer, association, and niche publishers. Fast, vivid browser-based technology, powerful search and clipping, strategic consultative services to drive circulation and ad revenue, mobile delivery, SEO, audit-compliant reporting, social networking and website integration distinguish Texterity as an industry leader. Texterity provides the only true no-download solution, easily accessed on any computer, iPhone, or iPod touch. Consumer publications can be enjoyed on Texterity’s magazine service at Named as an “EContent 100” company to watch. Australia and New Zealand Contact: Wayne Willis-Davis +61 411 706 501