We often hear about predictions for digital magazines; how they will grow, the revenue generation expected throughout the industry and the time frames associated with these numbers.
These predictions are important,
If magazine libraries and magazine memberships are being combined with magazine subscriptions to transform the publishing industry into a growth medium, magazine libraries are the nexus of this trend.
We've discussed how savvy publishers are combining their legacy magazine subscriptions with magazine libraries to create magazine memberships using the Internet.
Now we'll we take a look at how publishers can use contrast pricing and
Multiplatform publishers are always looking for new ways to increase online revenues and profits. If you're currently seeking new platforms and opportunities, consider these three ancillary media platforms for generating
Publishers everywhere are seeing improved subscription revenue through premium membership websites, and surely you want to see the same results. In order to put subscription revenue first, you should know
In our webcast series, we cover What is the Mequoda Method? and What is ACEM?, which tackles the topics of A, attracting new visitors to your membership website, C, capturing email addresses, and E, engaging
39 ways to increase your Internet audience, revenue, and profits through new multiplatform membership programs
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Facebook and Twitter were once major focuses of audience development strategies. Some digital publishers still receive favorable traffic from these social sources, but we're also seeing other social networks and
As some publishers find themselves having a contentious relationship with Facebook, one of the social giant's other properties is gaining popularity. Instagram has become a new favorite traffic driver for
Many publishers found themselves scrambling as Facebook's algorithm changed and impacted their levels of referral traffic from the social giant. However, as usual, the savvy publishers were quickly able to