Digital magazine publishing software is important; which option are you using?
Publishers have been trying digital magazine publishing software during the last few years in hopes of creating the best digital
Few things fascinate subscription website publishers more than the relationship between cost and revenue for the various operational centers inside their business. We have long known for instance, that editorial
Five steps to increase your email capture rate starting today
Converting website visitors into email subscribers is a key metric driver of your membership website. At Mequoda, we currently operate more than
Driven by marketplace shifts and changing consumer behavior, new membership marketing programs are multiplying profits for Mequoda’s publishing partners.
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39 ways to increase your Internet audience, revenue, and profits through new multiplatform membership programs
We currently operate more than a dozen membership marketing systems in partnership with some of the country's leading content
Multiplatform publishers expand their content offerings based on the markets, their audiences, and their capacity to deliver high-quality products of value. Today we're looking at a variety of expansion within
Digital publications need to take advantage of various opportunities that come around, particularly if growth and evolution is the goal. These opportunities typically involve new technology and strategies, new content,
The best audience development news highlights new strategies or results on driving more traffic from new audiences. These also involve changes that take place through prominent audience development channels, like
The evolution of audience development comes through the evolution of online tools, social networks and communities.
Today we're looking at some recent news for audience development, including a set of standards
Content publishers at Hearst, Time Inc., and Bonnier are creating new partnerships with Alexa, Twitter, and Skype, respectively
We're seeing some of the biggest content publishers utilizing partnerships to build upon
Hearst, Vanity Fair, and Porter Magazine are multiplatform publishing organizations bringing in new employees for focused change
One of the most consistent changes we've seen throughout the digital landscape is the
Media company acquisitions from Hearst and BrideClick; Access Intelligence acquires digital advertising and events company
Today's news focuses on media company acquisitions, including some interesting ones that expand the current business
Digital publishers Hearst and Condé Nast add important pieces
We're seeing some digital-focused personnel changes from major digital publishers.
We begin today with a story on Hearst's new VP/Global Chief licensing director.
Condé Nast hiring team dedicated to Snapchat as part of audience development strategy; Facebook garners likes but major publishers fleeing Instant Articles
Many publishers are utilizing social platforms as part of their
Magazine publishers Hearst and The Atlantic share exciting news; Chemistry World gets a new website
Witnessing the still-changing world of print magazines is a sign that publishers have intentions of making
Multiplatform publishers Condé Nast and The Atlantic reorganize; Esquire names Buzzfeed editor to head website
The shuffling of talent among multiplatform publishers continues in places like Condé Nast, Esquire, and The Atlantic.