London, 16th August 2022
Fully-Searchable Archive of Writing Magazine Available As Part of Warners’ Writers Online Membership
Amateur and professional writers can now become a member of Writers Online, a new kind of digital package available through Warners Group Publications. The membership includes unlimited and fully-searchable digital access to a modern archive of Writing Magazine, as well as exclusive newsletters, app access and discounted webinars, courses and competitions.
Writing Magazine's archive, which stretches back to 2013, is directly accessible through the Writers Online website via streamlined ‘white labelling’ technology developed by Exact Editions, as well as via IP-authenticated site licences for institutions. The intuitive navigational features allow readers to locate specific issues, authors and topics from a collection of over 110 issues at the click of a button.
Exact Editions’ pioneering ‘white labelling’ technology, which was used to develop the streaming solution for Writers Online, is now in use over 3 separate Warners Group Publication websites. The service ensures that publishers can directly manage and control both the e-commerce for and access to their digital editions. Writing Magazine will also be selling digital site licences to institutions through Exact Editions.
For more information about Writers Online, visit the Warners’ website here:
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Nicola Lumb, Head of Digital Growth & Performance at Warners commented: “We are delighted with this new membership product, which is packed with tools to help members become better writers. Exact Editions’ white-labelled solution for the Writing Magazine archive fits seamlessly into the website and forms a valuable part of the offering.”
Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, remarked: “We are pleased to be providing the streaming technology behind another of Warners’ websites. This valuable archive will undoubtedly be appreciated by their audience of keen authors!”