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Content Publishers Partnering With Social Channels for Greater Reach

Content publishers at Hearst, Time Inc., and Bonnier are creating new partnerships with Alexa, Twitter, and Skype, respectively
We’re seeing some of the biggest content publishers utilizing partnerships to build upon their large online audiences. Today we’re looking at these partnerships and what they mean for the publishers involved.

We begin today with Hearst, who has partnered

Multiplatform Publishing Options Expand Through Partnerships, Products and Services

Multiplatform publishing options continue to grow for digital publishers. Today we’re looking new strategies being used by publishers for tapping into new revenue streams and audiences.

The Publishing Future: Video, Native, Data

Predicting the publishing future is no mean feat: Most magazines are too busy pivoting in and out of trends to get ahead of the game. But it’s our job to put you in a position to do just that by providing the most timely analysis possible. Today, we take a look at five recent articles from Min that touch on the biggest issues facing the industry’s publishing future.

Will ‘Saveur’ Turn More Towards Digital Publishing?

Talking New Media reports on Saveur getting a new editor starting October 6. The interesting part of this change is that the new editor, Adam Sachs, was the editorial director for the website Tasting Table. This website shares content on great restaurants, chefs, events and recipes.

Making the Digital Magazine Leap from Replica to Reflow: Bonnier Counts on New Readers, New Ads

Field & Stream gets it right the second time
If you’ve read this blog for a while, you know that we’re big fans of Bonnier Corp. for its embrace of digital technology. You can read more about the digital edition of Popular Science here, and about Bonnier’s advances in tablet magazine advertising here.

Meanwhile, forward-thinking publishers like

Magazine Industry Trends: Leveraging the Skills of Digital Natives

The New York Times has a fun article on the ever expanding duties of publishing assistants. Yes, most of them still have their daily coffee runs but they’re also being asked to flex their digital native muscles.

Cosmo Editor Voices Digital Publishing Trend Opinions

Joanna Coles, editor of Cosmo, recently wrote an article for AdWeek that shares her opinions on digital publishing and printed content.

“Digital disruption has been fantastic for the publishing industry. It’s brought in a new generation of people engaged with our voices and what we have to say, and it’s made everybody have to think on their feet a bit more. I really do think that we’re in that moment when we were riding horses and the car has come along,” said Coles.

Non-Traditional Partnerships Become a Hot Digital Publishing Trend

Non-traditional partnerships have really become a hot digital publishing trend in the last month. These sort of retail-food-publishing partnerships are one of the hottest new digital publishing trends. Oh, and electronic cigarettes, Playboy covered those too.

Salon Media Group Makes Cuts, Boosts Web Traffic + Revenues

Digital publishing news for July 1, 2013
Salon Media Group saw increased revenue Q1 due to a nice boost in Web traffic reports Folio: “Salon is up 21 percent in net revenue from continuing operations when comparing Q1 2013 to Q1 2012, which totals about $900,000.” Due to the web traffic increase, their ad revenues and third-party ad revenues soared 10% and 23% respectively. Salon also made strategic cuts in both video production and their subscription model which also bolstered their financials.

Website Design Lessons From Cook’s Illustrated

Week after week, our editorial staff gets together to forage through the Internet looking for ideas and examples that could help our readers make their subscription websites more effective. In the process we often find ourselves getting on one soapbox or another, proving, once again, that there’s a lot of room for improvement out there. With the holidays fast approaching, we turned our attention to the many food and wine websites on the web, looking for the best subscription-driven website for cooking aficionados—a challenging field for generating subscription revenues as there are so many free recipe sources out there.