Choosing the right business model and supporting infrastructure for any business is a key strategy for business success, especially in website publishing.
Gas stations, supermarkets and bookstores are all retail businesses.
One of the most profitable subscription website business models is a magazine subscription website.
It's not because it's cheaper to build, or brings in substantially more revenue than other business models,
When we talk about multiplatform publishing, some publishers think we're talking about the difference between laptops, desktops and tablets. But those are simply the devices we deliver content through.
Digital magazine publishing has come a long way from its inception. Some publishers are still offering digital magazine apps, however, the future of revenue for digital magazines comes from web editions
While the challenge of choosing the right subscription and single copy pricing strategy is not new to magazine publishers, it’s virgin territory for most subscription website publishers and many publishers
We often hear about predictions for digital magazines; how they will grow, the revenue generation expected throughout the industry and the time frames associated with these numbers.
These predictions are important,
“I simply don't understand the opportunity,” one veteran magazine publisher told me at a recent industry conference. “My magazines are sponsor-driven. My issue archive includes hundreds of back issues. I
Creating the best subscription website business models starts with understanding your minimum information units—both the free minimum information units you'll use to build a loyal audience and the premium minimum information
Digital-only magazines have had their ups, downs, and (in some cases) its “in-betweens.” While some digital magazines have remained powerful and influential after going digital, others have since been discontinued. And
Have you ever thought about digital magazine history? Magazines were originally invented in the 15th century, shortly after the invention of the Gutenberg press. Magazines were different from books because