Digital magazine publishing software is important; which option are you using?
Publishers have been trying digital magazine publishing software during the last few years in hopes of creating the best digital
Advertorial, native ad, sponsored content, custom content—tomato, tomahhhto—it's all a similar scenario: a publisher creates and/or publishes content paid for by a sponsor. Regardless of how we refer to it,
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
We talk a lot about digital magazine subscription marketing around here, and unwittingly neglect your very important print publications. Once you’ve established your subscription price strategy, the next problem to solve
Digital magazine publishing has come a long way from its inception. Some publishers are still offering digital magazine apps, however, the future of revenue for digital magazines comes from web editions
The latest publishing trend isn’t just about magazine publishing in general. It’s a digital publishing trend: Launching digital-only magazines without legacy print publications behind them.
Mequoda has a client who is
We've discussed how savvy publishers are combining their legacy magazine subscriptions with magazine libraries to create magazine memberships online. Now we'll we take a look at how publishers can use contrast pricing and
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
Digital-only magazines have had their ups, downs, and (in some cases) its “in-betweens.” While some digital magazines have remained powerful and influential after going digital, others have since been discontinued. And
I Like Crochet has improved upon their already best-practice web magazine with collections, clubs, and previews.
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