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Tag: repurposed content

One Thing Top Magazine Companies Have in Common

When you think of the top magazine companies, you probably imagine Time, Cosmopolitan, or Better Homes & Gardens. If you publish a magazine, try to instead think of the magazine media companies in your niche. Comparing a niche magazine to a general-interest publication will leave you empty-handed in the idea department.

B2B Publishers’ Revenue Up in 2015, ABM’s Business Information Network Reports

B2B publishers are some of the most forward-thinking in the magazine media industry. Why? Because you have to be to survive. We count many B2B publishers among our Mequoda Members, and they embrace our multiplatform strategy for the simple reason that it helps them generate more revenue.

Well, it’s official – whatever they’re doing is working: Overall revenues are up significantly in 2015. Our friends at Folio: have that news and much more. Let’s take a look at what they found out!

Native Advertising Trends: AskMen’s Events and News UK’s Time Spent

Does it seem like there’s been more news about native advertising trends lately? Well, that’s because there has been. Sponsored content has skyrocketed in popularity, and the execution of these ads has gotten stronger and stronger. What’s more, publishers and marketers prefer them because they’re less disruptive to reader experience, which is a big part of why ad blocking programs aren’t nearly as successful deterring them as they are with traditional banners and other types of ads.

Leaked NYT Digital Memo a Watershed Moment for Publishing

The 90-plus-page document is substantive, to say the least. It’s the product of a six-month study on the part of a handpicked team tasked with navigating the Times’ digital future and providing suggested best practices to build upon its success. It also scrutinizes the paper’s current multiplatform approach, finding some complacency and significant managerial resistance to change.

5 Simple Ways to Make Editorial Management Easier

Your editorial guide to making work days a little shorter

So you’re the new editor of a daily online blog, takes with editorial and audience development responsibilities. You might be posting five to 20 or more new blogs per week. Since online editors are the new online marketers, you’re probably tasked with a few other things too, like writing landing pages, email newsletters and anything that requires great writing.

So how can one person manage all of this content? I can tell you from experience that it’s not easy, but these five simple steps should at least make your day a little less hectic.

SIPA Member Profile: Gale Ushers Company Into New Places

Tom Gale, President, Gale Media, Boulder, Colo. and Publisher, Modern Distribution Management

What takes up most of your time these days?
I’ve spent most of the past year and a half integrating the acquisition of a market research company that focuses on industrial markets and wholesale distribution channels—the audience of our newsletter and website. This is our next step in transitioning from a 45-year-old B2B newsletter into a publisher of industry research, software and market analytic tools, where we are the primary source for qualitative and quantitative research for wholesale distribution executives. Beyond that, I spend my time moderating webcast events and building long-term sponsorship and advertising relationships. I’ve handed off most content roles to a great editorial team, but continue to speak at industry events to advance our cause. Occasionally I try to run a company, but I’ve had better luck hiring the right people who make that a small part of my job description.

Week in Review: March 21st, 2011 – March 25th, 2011

Catch up on the Mequoda Daily’s blog posts for this past week

Content Licensing Opportunities

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What are some of the goals and benefits of Content Licensing?

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Content Licensing Goal #1 – Building Your Traffic: Many content licensing deals come with perks. For instance, when looking to license content, you should make a stipulation in the licensing agreement that requires a link back to your website. Doing so will direct viewers back

Notes & Quotes from Mequoda Summit Boston 2009: SEO Campaign Management

Danielle Werbick tells publishers how she creates and deploys SEO campaigns for KnittingDaily.com

Google AdSense Tips, All in One Place

All our Google Adsense tips, packaged in a new FREE white paper: Web Advertising Tips for Google Adsense

A Style Guide for Posting Repurposed Content

Titling, categorization and tagging rules for online publishing with WordPress blogs

When publishers pull apart their archived content and start putting it up on their blog, they have a variety of style options to choose from when posting.

Online Publishing: 11 Tips for Writing a Really, Really Bad White Paper

How to write a white paper that dazzles the socks off of any first-grader

There’s something about writing complimentary products that get publishers all in a tizzy. Should it be repurposed content? Should it come from the blog? Should some of it be new? Should it come from your paid products? Yes, yes, yes and yes.

How and When to Repurpose Paid Content

Three common questions and answers on how and when to repurpose paid content into blog and e-letter content

Live Coverage: Mequoda Summit Session 2 – Using New Media to Expand Your Brand

How the Web’s Top Publishers are Using New Media to Build Loyal Customer Relationships

This session is based is the strategy of expanding your brand by distributing your content and repurposing via many platforms. The reason why new media is so beneficial to us is that it enables us to generate revenue by simply recycling existing content.

Fine Woodworking Mequoda Media Brand Case Study

Taunton’s Fine Woodworking launched in 1975 as a black-and-white quarterly, followed by books on woodworking.

A few years ago, they started publishing special newsstand editions, which they now do seven times a year. Most are created from repurposed content from the magazine.

They have been producing video for 20 years and with the advent of DVDs, finally turned a profit on their video content. They also have a membership website at FineWoodworking.com.

They are now putting more emphasis on the advertising component and plan to use the same multiplatform model (or a variation of it) for their other brands

A few years ago, they started publishing special newsstand editions, which they now do seven times a year. Most are created from repurposed content from the magazine.

They have been producing video for 20 years and with the advent of DVDs, finally turned a profit on their video content. They also have a membership website at FineWoodworking.com.