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Tag: digital magazine sales

Digital Magazine Sales Up, According to Study

Digital magazine sales surveyed among 14 of the top magazine publishers are skyrocketing on a single-copy level, according to a recent Pew Research Center study. Year-over-year website traffic is on the rise, as well, SubscriptionInsider.com reports.

Which Digital Magazine Pricing Model Generates the Highest Revenues?

Breakthroughs in digital magazine pricing and contrast pricing yield startling results
A few years ago, we were still huge fans of universal pricing for digital, print and website subscriptions.

We still like it. We just don’t like like it.

Universal pricing, in which the subscriber gets access to your content on all of your platforms, certainly has its

First Look Media Has a Unique Digital Publishing Strategy

First Look Media has been getting a lot of buzz lately. Partly because the media company is backed by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar and its star reporter Glen Greenwald.

Classifying Your Brand to the Digital Audience

Digital magazine publishing success requires a broad footprint that audience members are aware of

The number of digital magazine sales continues to increase. Recently, Cosmopolitan became the first Hearst Magazine brand to reach 100,000 paid individual subscriptions. Cumulatively, Hearst has sold over a half million digital subscriptions, and expects to hit one million by 2012’s end.

Conde Nast reported reaching half a million digital subscribers during the fall of 2011. At that time, 225,000 of those digital subscribers were receiving the magazine content in digital format only.

Long-Form Journalism and the iPad

Can the iPad renew an interest in long-form journalism? Some think so

The iPad was seen as a “game-changer” since it’s debut in 2010. Now some believe it will help revive long-form journalism.

According to Wikipedia, long-form journalism, or narrative journalism, is the interpretation of a story and the way in which the journalist portrays it, be it fictional or non-fictional.