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The 2019 Mega Trend: Premium Membership Programs for Publishers

Don Nicholas

You would have to be living under a rock in 2018 to have not noticed that premium membership programs for publishers are all the rage. After flirting with all forms of digital advertising, magazine, newsletter and website publishers have concluded that consumers will pay for premium content.   Continue

How Can You Monetize Better as a Publisher?

Don Nicholas

In our webcast series, we cover What is the Mequoda Method? and What is ACEM?, which tackles the topics of A, attracting new visitors to your website, C, capturing email addresses, and E, engaging that audience. M, monetize, is another crucial strategy in making money online as a publisher, which we focus on in this week’s webcast, Can Monetization (M) Be   Continue

Subscription Marketing: How to Sell News, Instructional, and Advisory Content

Don Nicholas

In subscription marketing, the type of magazine content you sell, matters. However, the strategies you use to sell it, work across niches and industries.
In our 2018 Mequoda Magazine Consumer Study, we discovered that out of all the paid types of magazine content available online, adults in the US pay for news, most. If you’re in   Continue

How Can You Improve Engagement as a Publisher?

Don Nicholas

This week we’re focusing on engagement, in How Can Engagement (E) Be Improved? The ‘E’ in the Mequoda Method’s ACEM, is really about retention, and the idea that if you’re a subscription-based publisher, that the link with relationship with your customer is key.   Continue

How to Double and Triple Email Revenue in a Few Weeks

Don Nicholas

Improving email revenue? I certainly didn’t learn that one in school, and you probably didn’t either. In fact, in four years of journalism school, I never even had a single lesson in newspaper economics.

My professors were experienced reporters and editors, but none had ever figured out the business of publishing a newspaper. And none had ever met a payroll.   Continue

Write Better Subscription Marketing Copy By Learning From the Greats

Don Nicholas

In 1926, a long-form print ad for the U.S. School of Music was written by John Caples, and the headline read, “They Laughed When I Sat Down At the Piano, But When I Started to Play!” It’s been noted as one of the most perfect headlines ever written.   Continue

14 Tips for Fixing Slow Loading Web Pages

Kim Mateus

Slow loading web pages can mean turning customers away from your landing pages and ultimately from buying yor products.   Continue

How to Capture and Convert Web Visitors

Don Nicholas

ACEM doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue, but if you’ve been following along for awhile, you know this acronym is baked into everything we do here at Mequoda.   Continue

3 New Revenue Opportunities to Consider Today

Don Nicholas

Multiplatform publishers are always looking for new ways to increase online revenues and profits. If you’re currently seeking new platforms and opportunities, consider these three ancillary media platforms for generating consistent additional income:   Continue

Selling Subscriptions While You Sleep

Don Nicholas

I woke up this morning thinking about all the great ways we’ve discovered to sell subscriptions on the Internet. Yes, these are the things that I dream about. The idea that while I’m deeply asleep, the systems we manage are busily selling subscriptions to magazines and newsletters and premium memberships that include all sorts of benefits to customers who are awake and spending money while I’m sound asleep makes me a happy guy.   Continue

The 6 Most Important Email Analytics for Magazine Publishers

Amanda MacArthur

How to turn six email analytics metrics into a big picture about the performance and plans for digitally marketing your publication   Continue

The 3 Keys to Success for Multiplatform Publishers

Don Nicholas

When we look at the most successful multiplatform publishers we know intimately, like our clients and close colleagues, we are usually able to determine what sets them apart from publishing companies that struggle.   Continue