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Tag: organic gardening

Acquisitions Build Up Digital Publishers and Platforms

Our news of digital publishers acquiring new media entities continues, but with a few different looks today.

We start with American Media, which has acquired another magazine title from Wenner Media. NY Post reports, “American Media said it will acquire Men’s Journal from Wenner Media, marking the second magazine deal that the two companies have done in recent months.”

How to Sell the Benefits of Digital Magazines and Multiplatform Bundles

Master the art of marketing digital magazines and bundles by learning about why readers subscribe to digital magazines
Several years ago we ran a study that showed us the majority of magazine consumers were subscribing to digital magazines because they felt paper magazines were wasteful and they wanted to “go green.” A full 52% of respondents said

How to Turn a Tag Page Into a Content Silo That Google Loves

How to get a tag page ranked higher in search by turning it into a hugely resourceful page of answers
A tag is a keyword or phrase you assign to a page or article, and a tag page is the automatically generated page that is created whenever you create a tag in a CXMS like Haven

SEO Writing The Right Way

Use this list to optimize every new and old article or blog on your site in order to attract the most search engine traffic.

Determine How to Build a Website for your Magazine in 10 Questions

If you feed a mouse a cookie, then it’s going to want some milk. If you own a magazine, then you’re going to want to build a website. If you do not yet have a website, or rather, if you do not yet have a good, profitable website, then your next steps are as follows.

And yes, if there was ever a true use for the phrase over-simplification, you’re about to read it.

Let’s also think hypothetically, and that we hypothetically own an organic gardening magazine.

Digital Publishing Re-Launch: Rodale’s ‘Organic Gardening’ is Getting a Make Over

The ever-changing digital climate requires publishers to make changes, too. Rodale is the most recent publisher bringing a major change to its oldest magazine.

National Geographic Turns 125

For 125 years National Geographic has been showing us all the foreign places of the world and inspiring adventure for generations. International Business Times has a brief look back at National Geographic’s illustrious history.

Awards Finalists Can Get Your Juices Flowing

Awards Finalists Start the Creative Juices Flowing

The finalists for min’s Editorial and Design Awards were announced today, and it provides a good chance to look at some of the best in categories that are close to our mission. Winners will be saluted on Nov. 8, 2010, from 8:30 – 10:30 a.m. at the Grand Hyatt in New York City.

1. Under Blogs, IDG Enterprise – Enterprise Software Unplugged earns finalist billing. Just looking at yesterday’s entry shows that this is a very entertaining and informational blog. Thomas Wailgum is at Oracle’s annual mega-conference and reports on some of the most popular tech terms making the rounds. “Optimize. Good Lord, if I have to hear one more ‘optimize’ utterance, I might take a run at that America’s Cup trophy [being kept there] and let those two serious-looking security dudes beat the crap out of me.”

The 2009 Mequoda Hotlist

The 2009 Mequoda Hotlist is our annual listing of the fastest growing Mequoda System Publishers in America. The multi-media publishers in the Mequoda Hotlist are used by the Mequoda Research Team to maintain the Mequoda System Best Practices for Successful Online Publishing & Marketing and are the base line for virtually all the content produced for Mequoda Daily, Mequoda Webinars, Mequoda Pro Seminars on Demand and all live Mequoda Summits and Workshops.