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2018: let’s make it better than 2017 by James Evelegh

James Evelegh's comment piece from the January / February 2018 issue of InPublishing magazine.

Posted on: 01 February 2018

Friend or Foe? by Ray Snoddy

When he gave the annual lecture at November’s Society of Editors conference, Google executive Ronan Harris ignited a debate that will continue throughout this year. The issue? Is Google good or bad overall for the news industry? Ray Snoddy reports.

Posted on: 01 February 2018

Inaction = Decline by Jim Foster

Jim Foster’s publishing world…

Posted on: 01 February 2018

Inside Housing by Dickon Ross

For consistently thorough reporting, for doggedly investigating and pursing matters of real importance, few titles can match Inside Housing. For Dickon Ross, the title represents journalism at its best.

Posted on: 01 February 2018

Computing magazines by Alan Geere

In this tech-driven interconnected age, where you can switch the oven on half way home and ask a metal box for a weather forecast, it’s somehow touching that people like reading about all this stuff in a print magazine! Alan Geere browses six tech titles.

Posted on: 01 February 2018

Open to new ideas by Meg Carter

Such is the rate of change in digital marketing, that there is no blueprint or template for marketers to follow. The key, as New Scientist’s Chloe Thompson tells Meg Carter, is to be constantly trying and testing new things.

Posted on: 01 February 2018

It’s all about the customer by James Evelegh

There was a strange sighting at the PPA Customer Direct conference in November – a newspaper man, in the shape of Robert Bridge, chief customer officer at Telegraph Media Group. He was there to give the keynote presentation on the Telegraph’s new customer focused strategy. James Evelegh took notes and here paraphrases…

Posted on: 01 February 2018

Surviving the global stress test by Jim Bilton

“Surviving the global stress test” is the subtitle of the latest report from Distripress, the international press distribution association. The annual Distripress Circulation Monitor is managed by Wessenden Marketing and a key element of it is a survey where the members of Distripress are polled for their views across a wide range of topics: this year, 119 companies operating in 43 countries took part. Jim Bilton summarises the key findings.

Posted on: 01 February 2018

People watching by Robyn Bechelet

Crawl, walk, run, fly… Robyn Bechelet considers content strategies for smaller publishers and proposes instilling a process to systematically grow and know readers, for life.

Posted on: 01 February 2018

Podcasts are clearly a thing, so what’s your strategy? by Peter Houston

Podcasting is steadily growing in popularity, particularly in the US. Publishers, with their creativity and well-defined audiences, are well placed to thrive in this space. Peter Houston looks at the options.

Posted on: 01 February 2018

It’s your association – get involved! by James Evelegh

What’s in a word? Whether you call it circulation, distribution, marketing or audience development, it’s all about getting your published product to market. The product and processes might change, but not the people, and there is a special association that exists for those people, an association that can help them and their companies thrive! James Evelegh met with some of the ACE Governing Committee (GC) to hear why everyone can and should be a member.

Posted on: 01 February 2018

Success Factors – The Top 20 by Peter Sands

Steep circulation declines for many regional titles have forced publishers to ask some pretty fundamental questions, such as, what do our readers want from us? Peter Sands spoke to fifteen leading regional editors to get their views on the essential ingredients for a successful local paper.

Posted on: 01 February 2018

Independent Publisher Conference by James Evelegh

In late November, the PPA held its annual Independent Publisher event in London, a morning conference followed by a lunch-time awards. James Evelegh went along to hear what the speakers had to say.

Posted on: 01 February 2018

Off The Page by David Hepworth

David Hepworth on magazines and beyond

Posted on: 01 February 2018

It’s all about the tech by Carolyn Morgan

Digital technology has already transformed and disrupted media and publishing, as it has most parts of the global economy. So, asks Carolyn Morgan, what emerging trends should media businesses be monitoring, that will change how people consume content and how media organisations operate?

Posted on: 01 February 2018

VR: staying ahead of the curve by Ciar Byrne

VR is one of those technologies that keeps appearing on next-big-thing lists, yet, as Francesca Panetta tells Ciar Byrne, the tech is still in its infancy. By investing in VR now, the Guardian is making sure it’ll be a long way along the learning curve by the time VR really takes off.

Posted on: 01 February 2018

What’s been going on… by James Evelegh

James Evelegh’s roundup of some of the news stories that caught his eye since November/December issue of InPublishing magazine.

Posted on: 01 February 2018

Prioritising the digital to-do list by Jim Bilton

‘Digital’ is a big word. It covers lots of different dimensions in any media organisation. Jim Bilton drills down into the Publishing Futures research data to see how publishers are navigating the digital journey.

Posted on: 01 February 2018

Jan/Feb issue – takeaways by James Evelegh

James Evelegh's editorial from this week's edition of InPubWeekly.

Posted on: 01 February 2018

Navigating the Future of B2B Media: 10 Practical Strategies – Q&A by Carolyn Morgan

On Tuesday, Carolyn Morgan presented one of our Top Tips Webinars, entitled ‘Navigating the Future of B2B Media: 10 Practical Strategies’. In this article, Carolyn answers some of the questions posed by attendees.

Posted on: 01 February 2018

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