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The latest in B2B publishing includes Penton's purchase of MRO Network; Informa's bet on events; and CIO's big change
B2B publishing represents the best of niche strategy; audience development depends largely
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Now, more than ever, LinkedIn is living up to its name.
The networking mega-platform is launching an initiative to connect content with advertising, including partnerships with such publishers as Atlantic Media,
The art of audience development blogging requires great service journalism wrapped around a best-selling product
While audience development blogging can take many formats, I teach my clients three basic templates to
Stuck in 1995: Computerworld’s E-mail Newsletter Needs an Update
When you're writing about technology, it's good to deliver that information via the latest channels. Computerworld, published by International Data Group (IDG),
See how one magazine’s website is set to out-earn its print counterpart.
Publishers seeking a successful transition from print to online should consider the Computerworld example. Computerworld may have began as
User-Generated Content, Online Video and Social Networking Big Focus at the MPA's 3rd Digital Publishing Conference
The magazine industry showed great enthusiasm and initiative on Tuesday in New York about getting
PC World Makes OFIEs Work by Giving Them Prominent Placement Near Editorial, Making an Email Address Optional and Offering Plenty of Premiums
OFIEs, "Order Forms in Editorial" are embedded subscription forms.
Online Revenues for Computerworld US Now Account for Over 35 Percent of their Total US Publishing Revenue
This Computerworld Mequoda Case Study is derived from one-on-one interviews with Pat McGovern, IDG's
Established print publications, especially trade publications, typically have a hard time letting go of their print roots and embracing all the new functionality and usability features that are required for