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How would you like to increase your subscription revenues by almost 60%?
It can be done, and it’s not magic. All you need are a paid subscription website, a couple of
If you’re making plans for your own digital publication, it behooves you to also plan how to make money from it with strategic digital magazine marketing.
After all, buying a list
Want to know how publishing magazines on Kindles will boost your digital circulation? The simple answer is math: you can only sell more digital issues, not less, by adding your
Even the lowest digital newsstand remit is better than the olden days. Just a few short years ago, magazine publishers were thrilled down to their toes to keep 18-40% of
In publishing, there's no room for growth with a solo magazine that stands alone.
One of our favorite stories is that of The American Ceramic Society. The organization turned to the
We've talked extensively about the great deal that the late Apple Newsstand – missed by some and not so much by others – offered magazines: a 30% remit to stand
There’s no such thing as publishing a magazine.
The fact is, if you want to transition your business from the traditional print model to 21st-century publishing – and the profits it
Publishers will reinvent their digital magazines across platforms and newsstands in 2016
This year print magazines saw a sharp downturn in newsstand sales, with a 10.3% drop year-over-year in single issue
Facebook Instant Articles are creating a platform for publishers to host ads on social networks, rather than placing them
Ever thought magazines would be placing native ads on social networks? Me
Apple publishing opportunities have long served as a component of digital magazines' plans, but toward the end of Apple Newsstand's run, it became clear that the service was not actually
There's no such thing as an excess of content distribution platform outlets – the more the merrier, as far as Mequoda Members are concerned. But Apple Newsstand certainly had its
If it seems like everybody has a digital magazine, that's because they do. If you're a publisher and reading this, then I'm guessing you're not quite "everyone" yet, but you're
Content that doesn't deeply consider audience is a waste of time and money. It's no coincidence that the majority of Mequoda Members are niche publishers: The model allows you to
Perhaps it was inevitable, but the end of Apple Newsstand – long involved in a love-hate relationship with cross-device publishing – was still an occasion for reflection and wondering what
Digital publishing success comes with a multiplatform publishing approach.
Digital publishers who recognize this are finding numerous way to reach their audiences, building subscribers from social media, through email, and funneling
App publishers are on the cutting edge of multiplatform media, but with great power comes great responsibility. Software changes, shifts in consumer tastes, and evolving devices and platforms all pose
Online magazine publishers are focusing on tightening up their apps and archives in the evolving effort to bolster digital product. In the midst of all of this activity, Talking New
There are plenty of digital newsstand options in today’s landscape. If you have a limited budget, don’t waste time by publishing on the wrong digital newsstand. Which should you be
You won’t find a digital newsstand at the corner of a city street. The digital newsstand is the latest step in the evolution of digital content publishing. These digital distribution
Deft use of digital publishing platforms is a must for magazines looking to solidify their place in the industry. Thanks to astute observers like Talking New Media, we can monitor
Magazine app publishing can be a volatile enterprise if you don't have the right plan in place. Mequoda Members know that you can't just throw a replica product up on
If you own a tablet that you use often, is it hard to imagine what life was like before it? I have friends who use their tablets to cook every
It’s no secret that Apple’s Newsstand is a frustrating experience for many users, which in turn means it’s frustrating for publishers as well. Conventional wisdom holds that because Apple allows
Digital magazine publishing software is used by publishers to design, produce and publish digital magazines. These three functions may or may not reside in the same tools. For example, you
Fast Company is bypassing the Apple Newsstand with its new digital magazine app, powered by Adobe's latest suite of publishing tools.
Recent articles spelling doom for replica editions could be misleading to digital magazine publishers, writes D.B. Hebbard in a recent Talking New Media post. For his part, Hebbard points out
D.B. Hebbard recently conducted a roundtable discussion on digital magazine covers for the relaunch issue of App Publisher and reported the highlights in Talking New Media.
As of January 1, the total number of paid and free Apple Newsstand publishing titles had jumped to 14,536, up from 11,000 at the beginning of 2014. In spite of
Apple has acquired PRSS, a digital magazine publishing platform, reports Talking New Media. Apple is no stranger to digital publishing. Of course, there’s Apple Newsstand for selling digital publications, and
29th Street Publishing has launched Le Sauce in Apple Newsstand, reports Talking New Media. “The digital magazine is produced by Yasmin Seneviratne who writes at the website of the same
Niche publisher launches groundbreaking website magazine, revealing future of digital magazines
NORTHBROOK, IL (August 13, 2014) – Prime Publishing, publisher of 17 free craft websites and 13 free cooking sites, has
I Like Crochet may be a glimpse of the future of magazine publishing
It’s a good thing consumers know their own minds, because the magazine industry might have completely failed its
Computer and electronics company CDW has launched an Apple Newsstand app for its consumer magazines, Talking New Media reports. Of CDW's four magazines – BizTech, FedTech, StateTech, and EdTech –
Four new digital art magazines are taking tablet publishing to the next level while taking it beyond the United States and United Kingdom.
Last Tuesday we took a look at the 25 top magazines by digital circulation, according to data released by AAM for the period July-December 2013. That was a fun time,
In a harsh but honest review from Talking New Media, D.B. Hebbard says that the Apple Newsstand is starting to look like a "dumpster."
Is it warranted?
His claim is that they're
If you're looking for a European investment magazine for your iPad you're in luck. Investment Europe from Incisive Media has just launched on Apple Newsstand.
For those of us who spent our teen years in the 90's, SPIN was somewhat of a magazine staple for anyone even remotely interested in music and pop culture. In
If you're trying to make your content shareable, you may want to check out The Media Briefing's new post about BuzzFeed's five rules of creating sharable content. We'll dive into
Field & Stream gets it right the second time
If you’ve read this blog for a while, you know that we’re big fans of Bonnier Corp. for its embrace of digital
FOLIO is reporting that La Presse+ has had a huge success with their digital edition. Jennifer Silber writes, "The free digital edition of Montreal-based daily newspaper La Presse.
Twitter's search functionality has gotten an upgrade. The Verge is reporting that you'll be able to sort through tweets efficiently now.
The “World’s Largest Circulation Biblical Archaeology Magazine,” as Biblical Archaeology Review (BAR) bills itself, lives in a small niche, parented by a nonprofit organization. It’s dedicated to studying the oldest
The price of must-read news about New York State and the city will cost you $5,990 per year. Lucia Moses from Ad Week writes, "Capital next month will start asking
Twitter recently debuted a new feature called Nearby. It lets users see what people have tweeted in their local vicinity. This functionality opens up the possibility for businesses to promote
There is a new app in Apple Newsstand that hopes to pay up $10,000 for a single article while remaining just $.99 a month. It's called Offline. It was created
When we first heard about Google’s new Play Newsstand for Android devices … we were underwhelmed.
“Ah,” we thought, “Google is about to prove once again that they may understand search,
"We can't afford to pay for content if it's going to be a one-time use," stated Jay Annis, VP of The Taunton Press speaking at the Act 4 Publishing Event
We’ve noted here that it seemed simply astounding that a publisher with the vast resources of Time Inc. was putting out a blurry product. TIME magazine – granddaddy of
As a 36-year-old, Outside magazine from Mariah Media is, naturally, quite physically fit. Established in 1977 by Rolling Stone co-founder and publisher Jann Wenner (also current owner of Men’s Journal
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