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Reporting - Digital Publications

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D1 General Reporting

D2  Publication Active View Reporting

D3  Circulation Reporting

 


D1. General Reporting 

  1. You must submit your Digital Publication claim to us by the submission deadline date, or as otherwise agreed with us.

  2. You can choose to report monthly, 3-monthly, 6-monthly or 12-monthly on a continuous basis.

  3. A statement detailing how advertising is served (e.g. static and/or dynamic) and a statement detailing if there is an edition not carrying advertising will be reported on the certificate.

  4. You will report the following, which will be broken out on the certificate:

    1. The number of issues published in the period, or if there is not an identifiable and regular publishing frequency then the number of available days will be reported along with a note to that effect.

    2. Optional metrics will be reported on separate tables

D2. Publication Active View Reporting  

  1. Average total Active View per issue (or day) in the Reporting Period and total Active View per issue (or day).

  2. Only one count of an active view per issue (or day) can be reported.

  3. For each edition (if applicable), average total active view. [Note temporary suspension of this requirement under section C1, point 3]

D3. Circulation Reporting

  1. Average total circulation per issue (or day) in the Reporting Period and total circulation for each issue (or day).

  2. For each edition (if applicable), average total circulation by circulation type, and price band. [Note temporary suspension of this requirement under section C1, point 3]

  3. You will report average total circulation for the period by circulation type and price band per copy as follows:

    • £10 and over

    • £5 - £9.99

    • £3-£4.99

    • £1- £2.99

    • Below £1

    • Bundle 

    • Free

    • Note: This analysis is a per copy (or day) price. So a total subscription price would be divided by the number of issues (or days) in the subscription period to arrive at the price per copy.

  4. Average total circulation claimed and percentage of the total circulation sold via 3rd party vendors that do not provide individual purchaser details.