Publishing Executive July/August 2010
Tuscaloosa-based magazine publisher Randall-Reilly does not necessarily think of itself as being in the business of magazines. Or, for that matter, publishing.
37% of respondents to a recent social media survey of 3,000 U.S. social network users said they learned about a new product or service from a social networking site
I tend to side with "Mr. Magazine"; however, I also don't think it really matters.
The outlook for changes in publishers' postage costs next year ranges from virtually zero to the potential for double-digit increases that would put many publications out of business.
A debate has resurfaced in the publishing blogosphere in the last few months, a conversation that I believe is very important.
While putting ink on paper remains their primary business, most printers are ready to expand—or have already expanded—the definition of their services.
Web-based events and webinars make up an increasing part of the revenue pie for publishers looking to both satisfy sponsors and audiences, and lower overhead.