One of the most profitable subscription website business models is a magazine subscription website.
It's not because it's cheaper to build, or brings in substantially more revenue than other business models,
While the challenge of choosing the right subscription and single copy pricing strategy is not new to magazine publishers, it’s virgin territory for most subscription website publishers and many publishers
“I simply don't understand the opportunity,” one veteran magazine publisher told me at a recent industry conference. “My magazines are sponsor-driven. My issue archive includes hundreds of back issues. I
Creating the best subscription website business models starts with understanding your minimum information units—both the free minimum information units you'll use to build a loyal audience and the premium minimum information
Multiplatform publishers can generate revenue from users, from sponsors, or both. Consumer-focused portals that are sponsorship-based ask users to pay – not with money, but with time and information. They
“Never stop testing, and your advertising will never stop improving,” said David Ogilvy, known as “The Father of Advertising” the “Original Mad Man”.
Even our best-performing publishing partners—who publish on
The most successful subscription websites recognize the demographics that use their site the most. This way appropriate content targeting and marketing efforts can be made with alignment. Today we're looking
Publishing websites have experienced significant changes over the years as subscription websites have evolved along with technology. Digital publishers making strides to provide the best website to their audience keep
Our most-read subscription website publishing posts of last year show a continued interest in building profitable subscription websites and improving their speed and ranking.
Last year, publishers focused on increasing profitability
Magazine publishers have been giving away their content for decades in an effort to attract new subscribers. In online publishing, ad-driven subscription websites have an additional incentive: Increasing the eyeballs
Publishers of subscription websites are warriors. They constantly work to improve their standings, even when there are forces working against them. Up until recently, social networks and search engines were
Forbes contributor Benjy Boxer recently warned, “The combination of free publishing, social distribution, and the commoditization of advertising will eventually wipe out almost all of the advantages of a large
Digital magazine content can find great homes online, especially when it's offered throughout a variety of popular channels.
Today we're looking at some offerings for digital publishers that are coming from
Subscription websites offer publishers the opportunity to generate renewable revenue consistently. That's why we are big supporters of digital subscription models. Today we're looking at some additional subscription and content
Like any other business, subscription website publishing relies on getting your website taxonomy exactly right. Information architecture isn’t easy to understand – people earn special college degrees in order to
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 U.S. expands subscription business; Amazon's subscription service becomes an option; Subscription websites need to utilize ads that don't violate rules
Subscription websites expand in a multitude of ways. Of