The venerable British political weekly has just reported record subscriptions - and that includes records print sales, too.
If you’re completely dependent of Facebook traffic, do you have a business at all?
BuzzFeed is dramatically slashing its UK office. How it chooses to do it will be illuminating.
While Mashable was once a unique voice commenting on social media, Buzzfeed envy caused it to lose its way.
If remuneration is not part of the equation for why you publish, I can’t imagine a stand-alone web site serving you better than Medium in terms of cost, simplicity, and, most importantly, reaching an audience.
If remuneration is part of your equation, you’re also in the right place, as long as you’re not looking to build an advertising-funded site.
(Worth noting: this was in response to a post listing all the publications that have quit Medium.)
Süddeutsche Zeitung now has more subscriber revenue than ad revenue. And they're working very hard to connect up the publishing and editorial strategy.
Norway's local newspaper group has compleyely reshaped its business by focusing ruthlessly on reader need, as shown through analytics. Much to learn from here.
What has Ekstra Bladet learnt from its freemium offer? Lisbeth Langwadt admits the mistakes and plans for a brand new vision of freemium
Building a future-proofed digital business means looking to your future audience - what sorts of content will bring in the millennial audience?
Publishing platform Ghost is looking for three startups to work with as a technology - and monetisation - partner