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Tag: pay per article

The Many Shades of Publishers Using a Paywall Model

The paywall model comes in many shapes, sizes, and flavors and all can be profitable for publishers when the content is good.

A recent article from Mediapost claims 40% of millennials personally pay for news (print or digital). Pay for news, you say? We think, when looking at the ratio of print to digital, that many of

Mobile App Content: One Magazine’s Success

Digital magazines can go in a million different directions with mobile app content to create apps people want, but it’s no big secret that a shortcut to more downloads and usage is actually providing useful stuff to consume.

Pay-Per-Article Push Is Making Its Big Move

Blendle, pay per article service, launched in beta recently, with top digital publishers onboard in a bid to battle ad blocking programs
Will readers pay per article to access quality content? Many media companies are hoping so, and the movement might be having its moment.

Of course, like any other tactic, pay per article will not single-handedly

Assessing Anti-Ad-Block Efforts From Digital Publishers

Coming up with anti-ad-block tactics is emerging as one of the great causes for magazine publishers who are determined to maintain digital advertising revenue regardless of readers’ own aggressive push for a cleaner experience via third-party software companies.

For digital magazines dependent on ads, this is an issue of basic fairness. For consumers, this is an issue of preference, and with so much content available out there, they would seem to have the pick of the litter. Which is why publishers are trying to forge a concerted deterrent for ad blocking, one that finds everyone on the same page and compromises with readers.

WSJ Membership Website Case Study

Skillful Leveraging of Brand, Strategic Site Design and Continuous Attention to the Balance of Traffic to Gated Content Has Contributed to the Market-Leading Position Currently Enjoyed by The Wall Street Journal