Publishers Speak: launching on Tempest

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FEATURES SPOTLIGHT: THE FULL SIZE CARD

There’s nothing better than having a feature released by our product team and find Tempest partners using it right away! Last month we announced the release of the Full Size card, a beautiful full width image experience for your most powerful content. Since then, we’ve seen Tempest partners take it and run. And we love it. Checkout Ape to Gentleman and Beauty Editor’s use of this card type below.

Features Spotlight

PARTNER SPOTLIGHT: PSMAG

PSMag has been using animated GIFs in image cards, which we think is a brilliant way to use the card system built into Tempest hubpages.

Not only that, but they are utilizing the full bleed image ability in the CMS to display strong images in standard article layouts. We released this feature in January 2015, allowing the use of full bleed images to push ads on the page down, giving your audience a great reading experience. Check it out below:

PS Mag

10 WAYS TEMPEST UPGRADED AIROWS (IN THEIR OWN WORDS, AND OURS)

Tempest partner launches are always an exciting time for our team, especially when we know that the partner is going to greatly benefit from the Tempest technology. Last week, we launched the new Airows.com, giving the publisher a new look, responsive technology, and a more stable system. Also, since they no longer have to worry about technology issues, they even launched a podcast. Here’s their experience with the Tempest launch, in their own words: http://airows.com/lifestyle/10-ways-the-all-new-airows-is-a-major-upgrade.

10 Ways

COLLEGE FASHION GOES MOBILE, ENGAGES MORE, AND SPEEDS UP WITH TEMPEST

We love the dedicated fanbase of CollegeFashion.net and wanted to help give them a strong mobile experience and a more robust commenting system to help get their opinions front and center. The newly launched College Fashion site integrates with Disqus, allowing their readers to engage through threaded comments, a comment voting system, submit photo comments, and more. They also have a fully responsive site now; something engaged readers had been wanting. Check out their new site and the readers that are already engaging via Disqus: http://www.collegefashion.net/news/welcome-to-college-fashion-40/

College Fashion