Subscription publishers New York Times and others make changes to their subscription products; "Trump bump" subscriptions leveling out for publishers
Subscription publishers will make changes to products or evolve their subscription offerings
Condé Nast hiring team dedicated to Snapchat as part of audience development strategy; Facebook garners likes but major publishers fleeing Instant Articles
Many publishers are utilizing social platforms as part of their
Multiplatform publishing expands for Condé Nast; Slate lays off editors and writers; Vox Media names first COO
We begin this multiplatform publishing news by looking at an acquisition for Condé Nast, which
Subscription publishers are now looking at app buttons, branded podcasting, and intrusive marketing workarounds
Subscription publishers have a lot of options when it comes to how they market their content online.
When we talk about multiplatform publishing, some publishers think we're talking about the difference between laptops, desktops and tablets. But those are simply the devices we deliver content through.
Building relationships and high-quality content serve subscription websites like Scribd, The Telegraph, and Food52
Do you remember when subscription websites started using paywalls to add a new revenue stream to their
Print enthusiasts turn to tech properties to build multiplatform publishing empires through memberships and events
As Lucia Moses at Digiday put it, "In the quest for new sources of revenue, publishers
As programmatic native advertising makes its rise, publishers are cautious; plus, is time spent with media next big thing in digital advertising?
Programmatic native advertising ... it's quite a mouthful, right?
Parse.ly releases report on friends and family algorithm that's worth sharing to your favorite Facebook publisher; plus, metrics and Messenger
If you're a Facebook publisher, you know as well as anyone
Monetizing social media by converting side-door traffic into subscribers is one of the most important challenges publishers currently face. Convincing curious visitors to sign on as customers via quality content
Native advertising can be problematic for some, but other publishers are devising strategies to deal with native, reports Digiday.
The Huffington Post has dealt with native advertising by developing sections
Publishers are jumping on board the sponsored Tweet bandwagon, reports Digiday. "In addition to the AP, publishers as diverse as People Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Women’s Wear Daily and Slate have
Editors gather for a candid discussion about what’s working online and what isn’t
Jacob Weisberg, Chairman & Editor-in-Chief of The Slate Group, opened this session by asking: Why aren’t magazines better
How's your Internet Publishing Strategy doing? Fifteen years after Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web, most publishers are still struggling to cope with a permission marketing world where consumers