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,
Advertorial, native ad, sponsored content, custom content—tomato, tomahhhto—it's all a similar scenario: a publisher creates and/or publishes content paid for by a sponsor. Regardless of how we refer to it,
Multiplatform publishers can generate revenue from users, from sponsors, or both. Consumer-focused portals that are sponsorship-based ask users to pay – not with money, but with time and information. They
Advertorial, native ad, sponsored content, custom content—tomato, tomahhhto—it’s all a similar scenario: a publisher creates and/or publishes content paid for by a sponsor. Regardless of how we refer to it,
Website updates tend to be commonplace in the rapidly-changing digital landscape. Today we're looking at three websites making changes for a variety of reasons.
Our first story involves Meredith Corp.'s Parents
New changes are coming globally for subscription websites using ad blockers
Ad blocking has become a big topic for subscription websites building audiences, as well as other digital media brands.
Sponsored email newsletters and podcasting provide additional advertising and affiliate revenue opportunities
Email newsletters have been in vogue for at least a decade (even while consumers kept denying it but continued
As programmatic native advertising makes its rise, publishers are cautious; plus, is time spent with media next big thing in digital advertising?
Programmatic native advertising ... it's quite a mouthful, right?
Checking in on the magazine strategy fueling digital publishers' latest efforts
There are core tenets to magazine strategy, but it's also mutable, malleable, and always evolving. We make it our business
Online magazine subscription tactics will key digital publishing strategy in the coming years, as advertising challenges like ad blocking and viewability could force small and midsize, regional and niche, publishers