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Sell, Sell, Sell: EMAP’s sales culture by James Evelegh

At last autumn’s PPA Digital Publishing Conference, writes James Evelegh, one of the best presentations came from Tracey Davies, managing director – retail, live events & recruitment at EMAP. Her talk was entitled ‘Making success inevitable: innovative approaches to growth’.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Jan/Feb 2014

The new old kid on the postal block by James Evelegh

Publishers keep their suppliers and potential suppliers under constant review; are rates competitive, are we getting value for money, are they offering new services which can help us gain competitive advantage? Well, there is a major new player, albeit one with over 45 years’ experience of the UK publishing scene, in the postal and fulfilment market – Asendia, and, as Ed Raynard tells James Evelegh, they are keen to talk to publishers about their unique new offering.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Jan/Feb 2014

Photography Week – the pillars of our success by James Evelegh

At the recent PPA Independent Publisher Conference, Paul Newman, Group Editor of Future’s Photography Portfolio gave a presentation on the success of their digital-only title. James Evelegh was there.

Source: InPub Weekly # 170 13/12/2013

SIIA Digital Content & Media Summit by James Evelegh

The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) held its inaugural London summit at One Wimpole Street, at the end of September. A fine line-up of speakers debated the issues facing the digital content and information industry. James Evelegh was taking notes, and here are his sixteen takeaways from the day.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2013

Listening to advice by James Evelegh

Are you open to advice? Or do you take it as some kind of affront or an irritating distraction? Or do you take advice on board, give it due consideration, and make changes where necessary? I like to think of myself as the latter, but normally I have to be told more than once…

Source: InPub Weekly # 166 15/11/2013

Less is More by James Evelegh

Flying the flag for print and paper can be a lonely job in this increasingly digital world, but Peter Sommerville of Denmaur Independent Papers made a pretty good stab at it, at a seminar during the recent Cross Media event. James Evelegh was in the audience.

Source: InPub Weekly # 165 08/11/2013

AOP Autumn Conference – My Top Ten Takeaways by James Evelegh

On the 3rd October, the great and the good of the digital world gathered for the AOP Autumn Conference at Etc Venues, St Paul’s in London. James Evelegh went along too.

Source: InPub Weekly # 161 11/10/2013

Round Table: The Future of Subs Bureaux by James Evelegh

Subs bureaux come in all shapes and sizes. Their outlook and experiences are as varied as the publishing industry they serve. Around the table at the end of July sat the MDs of some of the UK’s leading bureaux, invited by iSUBSCRiBE to mull over the challenges they face. James Evelegh took notes…

Source: InPublishing Magazine Sep/Oct 2013

RBI – then and now by James Evelegh

The PPA held its annual Digital Publishing Conference and Awards at The Brewery in London on Wednesday. One of the highlights of the days was Barry McIlheney’s interview with RBI Chief Operating Officer, Dominic Feltham. James Evelegh listened in.

Source: InPub Weekly # 158 20/09/2013

Come talk to us by James Evelegh

Are you talking to Mail Publisher Solutions? If you are a consumer magazine publisher, particularly if you are targeting the female or middle England markets and want to acquire more readers, then, says MPS’s Tracey Hart, you should be! If you are a regional newspaper fretting over distribution costs, then so should you! Tracey explains to James Evelegh how their operation brings something genuinely unique to the market.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Jul/Aug 2013

Specialist Media Conference 2013 by James Evelegh

The Specialist Media Conference was held in April at the British Library; a fascinating day of panel discussions, presentations and round tables, attended by some of the leading lights of the specialist media world. James Evelegh was there too.

Source: InPublishing Magazine May/Jun 2013

The new normal? by James Evelegh

Dovetail held its fifth annual client conference on 24 January at Royal Mint Court, near the Tower of London. James Evelegh went along to listen to an impressive line-up of speakers giving their thoughts on the future of publishing.

Source: InPub Weekly # 128 01/02/2013

AOP Digital Publishing Summit by James Evelegh

On 12 October, the AOP held their 2012 digital publishing summit at the Westminster Bridge Park Plaza hotel in London. The theme of the day was ‘unleashing your inner startup’. James Evelegh went along to find out more.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2012

Round Table: How subs teams are adapting to the digital world by James Evelegh

On 11 October, iSUBSCRiBE invited some of the UK’s leading subscriptions marketers to a round table event looking at how subscriptions departments were coping with the transition to digital. James Evelegh took notes…

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2012

Who wants to be a billionaire? by James Evelegh

A busy year at Bloomberg Markets magazine is about to climax with the release of their first ‘Billionaires’ issue. James Evelegh met with publisher Michael Dukmejian and Director EMEA, Laurie Benson to find out more.

Source: InPub Weekly # 112 05/10/2012

The Duncan Painter way by James Evelegh

Duncan Painter, CEO at the Top Right Group, was interviewed by the PPA’s Barry McIlheney at the Digital Publishing Conference on Wednesday and gave some interesting insights into his business philosophy, writes James Evelegh.

Source: InPub Weekly # 111 28/09/2012

InPublishing Tip 6 – Never drop your guard by James Evelegh

Most people in publishing can spot a malevolent spammer a mile off. The real danger comes, writes James Evelegh, when the message is from a friend.

Source: InPub Weekly # 098 01/06/2012

InPublishing Tip 5 – Thank the PRs by James Evelegh

Much as we would like to pretend otherwise, the news pages of most B2B sites, and a great many consumer ones too, rely on press releases to sustain them. When you run a press release, writes James Evelegh, take a minute to thank the PR. It pays dividends.

Source: InPub Weekly # 097 25/05/2012

InPublishing Tip 4 – Get on the iPad by James Evelegh

Err… tip # 4 might not win any awards for originality, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth saying. For consumer magazine publishers, writes James Evelegh, it is critical that you develop a tablet edition of your magazine now.

Source: InPub Weekly # 096 18/05/2012

InPublishing Tip 2 - Stick to your publishing schedule by James Evelegh

For B2B controlled circulation titles, the urge to play fast and loose with your own publishing schedule can be irresistible, especially if you’re waiting on an ad. Resist the urge, writes James Evelegh, because ultimately it will damage your brand.

Source: InPub Weekly # 093 27/04/2012

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