Publishers have always been on a quest to broaden revenue sources, but the continued uncertainty resulting from COVID-19 means diversification is more important than ever. One revenue opportunity that has taken off – and looks likely to remain viable, even in these unprecedented times – is native commerce.
From Greenville, S.C., to Lakeland, Fla., media company 6AM City is engaging audiences in communities across the southeastern U.S. with email newsletters in the spirit of The Skimm – but on a hyper-local level. In this episode, Co-Founder & COO Ryan Heafy discusses 6AM's business model, technology strategy, and plans for expansion.
In this guide, we’ll demystify how inbound and content marketing work, and how you as a publisher can use them to grow your business.
Condé Nast Entertainment (CNE) develops video and audio content for major media brands including Bon Appétit, GQ, Vanity Fair, and Vogue – now with the added challenge of remote production during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode, we talk to CNE President Oren Katzeff about how the global studio is operating during this trying time and experimenting with new formats from home.
For brands who have tapped into the fast-growing influencer marketing space, is it appropriate to move forward with business as usual?
Business newsletter company Morning Brew grew revenue by 333% last year, from $3 million in 2018 to $13 million in 2019. Co-founder and COO Austin Rief shares a closer look at how the company has expanded to reach nearly 2 million subscribers – and why it will continue to bank on email.
A recent branded content campaign that Optum created with the Washington Post’s WP BrandStudio made the bold move of educating health system stakeholders and consumers about the opioid epidemic and advocating for a point of view about how to solve the crisis.
A seismic shift happened in the 2010s: Platforms took control of audiences away from publishers and brands. The result is the need to pay-to-play, which comes with a host of challenges. Brands need to find ways to efficiently expand their reach, while publishers need to create sustainable revenue streams that don’t fully rely on volatile…
Publishers and advertisers have an inherently intertwined relationship. So much so, they sometimes mirror each other. But publishers need to remember that although they rely on and have shared goals with advertisers, they are not advertisers. If publishers lose sight of this, they also lose (or never develop) the trust of the audiences they need…
On Jan. 1, publishers will wake up with more than a champagne-induced headache and an unachievable New Year’s resolution – they will have an additional data privacy law to comply with in the form of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). With the regulation still being finalized, and some ambiguous provisions open to interpretation, many…