If you are a legacy print-only magazine publisher, not understanding multiplatform publishing strategy - the future spells doom for your magazine and your publishing career.
Did you know that most media
Our most-read subscription website publishing posts of last year show a continued interest in building profitable subscription websites and improving their speed and ranking.
Last year, publishers focused on increasing profitability
If your goal is to generate subscriptions and advertiser and sponsorship revenue from a free or controlled-circulation magazine with a robust subscription and advertising website, the Mequoda Haven CXMS can
This year, our winner was Countryside Network, who launched their Mequoda System in February 2016. Countryside was founded in 1969 and today includes four farming-related magazines (Backyard Poultry, Countryside, Dairy
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With LinkedIn, content marketing, and other opportunities for audience development, brands as publishers are in a position to flourish
Brands as publishers, publishers as brands ... given the digital media evolution
Subscription content goes everywhere. It’s displayed on smart phones, tablets, desktops and laptops.
It involves words, images and sounds.
The digital subscription has become a model media companies cannot afford to ignore.
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The theory and
The key element to our most successful Gold Member Systems
In yesterday’s Mequoda Daily, I discussed my thoughts on David Meerman Scott's intriguing suggestion about offering free downloadables without required registration.