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Author: Jane Zarem

Contributing Editor, Mequoda Group, LLC

Jane Zarem

Jane E. Zarem is a freelance editor, researcher, and writer. She is a senior editor for the Library on general publishing issues and on topics related to ancillary product opportunities.

Jane has written for B-to-B magazines such as Folio:, Circulation Management, 1to1 Magazine, Customer Support Management and Catalog Age as well as white papers and marketing materials for clients in or related to the publishing industry. For several years, she was editor of The Qualified Source, the bimonthly newsletter of the National Trade Circulation Foundation Inc., an association of B-to-B circulation professionals, and editor of Ancillary Profits, a monthly newsletter that was targeted to publishers and ultimately became a quarterly column in Folio:. She also researched and wrote “Travel Solutions in CRM 2003,” a 62-page special report published by PhoCusWright and Hershel Sarbin Associates. And in 1986, she compiled the Connecticut Citizen’s Handbook, a guide to state government, published by Globe Pequot Press for the League of Women Voters of Connecticut Education Fund.

In addition to her focus on business topics, Jane currently contributes travel articles to several magazines and newspapers, updates guidebooks for Fodor’s Travel Publications and writes quarterly reports on global real estate issues for Cartus.

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The Social Network Subscription Website Business Model

Discover three popular types of social network subscription website models

A social network subscription website is a powerful networking tool that relies primarily on user-generated content.

Social network subscription websites are used to create a setting where people with similar interests can use the virtual world to make real connections—whether purely social relationships or specifically BtoB networks. It’s the online version of meet and greet.   Continue