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Before we get into content marketing podcasts, let's talk about podcasting in general. Podcasting has had a culture that has been behind the scenes lurking in the background for well
We currently operate more than a dozen digital magazine publishing systems in partnership with some of the country's leading content brands including Prime Publishing, Yankee Publishing, and Cabot Heritage Corporation.
Digital magazine publishers stay competitive and relevant to their audiences by presenting the best experiences possible. We watch constantly as experiments are made in the digital publishing industry to reach
Many brands use multiplatform publishing to amass a larger audience. We're seeing this trend continue as some popular publishers and brands and expanding their content offerings through more channels.
Digital publishers buy and sell properties to enhance their brand, while packaging and distributing content in various ways to connect more easily with their audiences. Today's news looks at digital
Video has been a tool for audience development and a medium for premium content for years. However, the popularity of this medium continues to grow and new insights are discovered
It's in our nature to try to classify, catalog, and organize any type of information that would help you make more informed business decisions. Defining publishing niches is a part
We're seeing changes come to multiplatform publishers, particularly as they work on alignment of digital properties.
Our first story looks at Hearst's new CTO Michael Dugan, who is coming from Forbes
Apple hires its first editor-in-chief; Multiplatform publishers Real Simple and Condé Nast add strength to their teams
Our reporting on multiplatform publishers leveraging new personnel for success continues today with news on Apple,
Today we begin with Dwell and its recent executive change. Folio: reports, "Michela O'Connor Abrams — who spent the past 15 years as CEO of home design magazine-turned-technology platform Dwell
If you're not writing contextual email text ads, your magazine marketing and paid products aren't selling as well as they could be.
Have you ever thrown a birthday party for your
Multiplatform publishers Time Inc. and Fast Company roll out new products; People Magazine teams with ABC News
Some multiplatform publishers seek to leverage their brands while launching new products. We’re seeing
Time Inc. C-suite executives out; Bloomberg and the Weekly Standard make changes
We see lots of changes take place at multiplatform publishing organizations over the years. This often is the case
I don't know about you, but the world's a'changing when it comes to audience development. For a while, I felt like we were so ahead of the curve at Mequoda
It's no secret that Mequoda is the leading strategy-centric content management system provider for magazine and newsletter publishers looking to lock in on a multi-platform system. If it is news
Is an online ad network the answer to publishers' prayers when it comes to digital advertising revenue? We're seeing it with programmatic partnerships and other arrangements, and why not? Brands
Which magazines on social media are performing especially well as of the third quarter of 2015? Well, the Association of Magazine Media 360° is glad we asked – they recently
Consumers are deciding to pay for online content as they tire of filtering the whole Internet for high-quality articles
"So I've figured out how to get traffic -- how do I
We're starting the week off with a healthy dose of digital publishing news from both sides of the Atlantic: mergers & acquisitions, platform considerations, and personnel moves. We monitor industry
Time Inc. digital tries a paywall with Entertainment Weekly, while time spent with media seems to grow everywhere except in print
As time spent with media continues to rise, publishers don't
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The shifting landscape of social media for publishers stood still for at least moment this week, as the the Association of Magazine Media's 360° report on the first quarter of
Every month, we check in with Folio:'s sister magazine, min, to monitor big comings, goings, and doings in the magazine publishing industry. This roundup features plenty of executive personnel changes,
Is there a hotter trend in publishing than the in-house branded content agency? And what does this phenomenon mean for niche digital magazines?
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No matter how many website awards there are out there, no one website could ever win the battle for best website design of all, because there are so many factors
With the launch of The Snug, a mobile-first aggregator site aimed at Millennials, Time Inc. digital continues its scramble to reestablish itself as a dominant publisher since it split with
Even the smallest of magazine publishers publish on two platforms: their magazine and their website.
Mequoda publishers typically publish five to six different platforms, and within those platforms, many more
Mequoda Multiplatform Publishers build profitable Mequoda Pyramids with a Mequoda Matrix as their guide and a Mequoda Portal as their foundation…
Over the past several weeks, we've rolled out a foundation
Magazines like Entertainment Weekly, Money, Food & Wine, and Real Simple will get a boost from parent Time Inc.'s new native ads unit. The eight-person team will handle sponsored content
The advertising community in New York City saw a preview of Hearst Magazine endeavors for 2014.
This article from MinOnline shares highlights from the Hearst announcement, including this piece of news
You can build email circulation over forty different ways, and we've got all the case studies to prove it! If you’re subscribed to our email newsletter, then you’re living proof
You may never be Rupert Murdoch.
But you could become Consumer Reports, Morningstar, Meredith or any of the many publishers who are currently making millions from their content on the Internet
Gutenberg is dead. And you will be, too, if you don't make the transition now to meet the public's growing demand for digital information.
Fortunately, there is one resource, one unique
Last week I talked about maximizing the elements you have control of on Twitter. By combining the elements copy formulas, scheduling, hashtags and @s, you can grow an entire
An informative interview with Susan Laden, publisher at Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society’s Bible History Daily launched this month to become our 17th complete Mequoda System to go live.
Are you giving your users every opportunity to share your website content, or leaving it up to them to figure out?
Let's be honest, I love Mashable as much as the
When you've gotten past the daunting tasks of getting your emails delivered and opened, your next task is to get your readers to actually read your email newsletter or promotion.
These classic case studies are Mequoda best practice examples
Mequoda unlocks more free content. That’s right, now everyone has access to all forty of our Publishing Case Studies formerly part
This revealing Mequoda/SIPA Webinar Offers 41 Sources You Could be Using to Increase Website Traffic & Attract Qualified Email Subscribers
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
"The only things more important than your brand are your customers, your 'passionistas'", noted Don Nicholas in this session on Digital Brand Strategy.
An Internet Hub is very robust, offering tons of useful information for free. It is designed to maximize online advertising inventory. State-of-the-art Internet Hubs offer users email newsletters, blogs, email
How The Wall Street Journal has incorporated podcasting into its long list of media platforms, and the lessons for other publishers who want to make money podcasting
How to create an OFIE that effectively turns website visitors into email subscribers
We’re big fans of acronyms over here at Mequoda, and the conversion architecture element we affectionately call the
Real Simple started as a magazine in 2000 and has since repurposed that content on its website, in email newsletters, in events, products, radio and television.
Little was simple about the launch of Real Simple back in 2000, but after about a year and a half of tweaking, Real Simple hit its stride. Within the first
Mequoda views Internet Hubs as one of the most important website archetypes available to a publisher. Without a well-designed, well-marketed Internet Hub, an online publisher is forced to rely on
Bristol, RI August 10, 2006 - Publishing luminaries from the B2B and B2C sector will gather in Boston on September 14 & 15, 2006, to share tips, techniques and secrets
More than 80 independent publishers attending this week's MPA-IMAG Leadership Conference for Independent Publishers in New York City were thinking deeply about staffing and the challenges they face in "getting
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