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Tag: major magazine publishers

Magazine Publishers Prevailing New Editions and Sites

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 it work financially, at least to some extent.

We’re seeing some major magazine publishers going that route, while other publishers bring new life to their digital

Major Magazine Publishers Begin to Respect SEO

Major magazine publishers are getting hip to SEO, and just in time.
A couple weeks ago, Google’s Penguin 4.0 update officially finished rolling out. Publishers who saw the biggest drops, if any, are urged to do link cleanup, as this is a big focus of Penguin.

Search Engine Land reports, “Those hit by any version of Penguin

The 30 Hottest New Magazine Launches From Samir Husni

Listing this year’s best new magazine launches; plus, the future of Men’s Health and how The Atlantic handles changing social media patterns
Healthy print brands make for healthy multiplatform publishers – that’s a core Mequoda tenet. Today, we’ve got some examples of that: the 30 hottest new magazine launches, a big staffing move for Rodale’s Men’s

Major Magazine Publishers Making Major News

We do our best work with niche publishers and legacy publishers looking to become digital publishers, but we also like to monitor major magazine publishers’ successes and setbacks, because at the end of the day, they’re still the leaders of the pack and the pace cars for media companies.

They also have the money to experiment heavily, whether with digital content or digital advertising (or both), which can be instructive for smaller or startup publishers looking for best practices and cautionary tales.

‘Inc. Magazine’ Finds Growth Digitally And In Print

Inc. is experiencing growth that most magazines aren’t, and that includes some of the major magazine publishers.

Digital Magazine Publishing Roundup: Publisher Partnerships

A recap of informative pieces on digital magazine publishing

Digital magazine publishing is experiencing changes, including a Hulu-like model for unlimited digital magazine consumption. Major magazine publishers, who have partnered to create this venture, are leveraging this new app.

Next Issue Media released an “all-you-can-read” app that gives users the opportunity to consume all the digital magazine content they want for $9.99 per month. Next Issue Media is the creation of five major global publishing houses, including Conde Nast, Meredith, Hearst, News Corp., and Time.

Publishers Make iPad Subscriptions a Reality

Negotiations between Apple and major publishers have allowed the digital publishing evolution to continue

Major magazine publishers have started using iTunes to offer subscriptions to iPad editions.

Among these publishers is media giant Hearst, which will offer subscriptions to Esquire, The Oprah Magazine O and Popular Mechanics this summer.