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Confessions of a Farm Wife

Print is alive and kicking on Emily’s kitchen floor.

1May2012 | | 1 comment | | Continued
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Hearst on Digital Publishing

Hearst manages content and design across three channels: web, mobile, print, and sees an increasing role in advertorial content.

28Apr2012 | | 3 comments | | Continued
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How to Publish Online

Strategies for web only magazines. An excellent summary of the key benefits and techniques for a fully 100% online magazine.

28Apr2012 | | 1 comment | | Continued
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38 Automotive Titles Dead or Resting

The great shrinking market of motoring mags… yikes!

22Apr2012 | | 8 comments | | Continued
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AutoTrader Leaves Print to Focus Online

AutoTrader Classic dumps print citing high costs and loss of circ. It’s about time.

18May2011 | | 1 comment | | Continued
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CTM is Now Hagerty Price Guide

Dave Kinney’s indispensible price guide on collector vehicles is now fully branded with partner Hagerty Insurance.

11May2011 | | 1 comment | | Continued
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eBay vs. Amazon Lesson for Publishers

EBay and magazine publishers are held hostage by a shrinking minority of underperforming consumers. Time to grab the sunlight.

30Mar2011 | | 1 comment | | Continued
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40+ Magazines Have Left the Building…

Tuff times in the magazine biz. These 40+ magazines gone but not forgotten.

18Mar2011 | | 4 comments | | Continued
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Apple’s Unfriendly Magazine App

Apple wants 30% of magazines’ sub revenues, but the terms of engagement are stacked against publishers.

16Feb2011 | | 1 comment | | Continued
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Whoever Gets Paid for Content Wins

It’s not about format, it’s about writing for the reader.

8Feb2011 | | 1 comment | | Continued
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Hearst Acquires Road & Track and Car & Driver

Consolidation under way with the Fab Four.

31Jan2011 | | 0 comments | | Continued
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E-Readers are the Future of Books, Not Magazines

Books and magazines are different animals. Eric gets more WSJ face time.

10Dec2010 | | 0 comments | | Continued
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