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The Good Food recipe for app success by James Evelegh

Good Food magazine is planning to launch an iPad app. James Evelegh joined an invited audience last week for a sneak preview.

Source: InPub Weekly # 030 17/12/2010

Stars of tomorrow, today by James Evelegh

The Association of Circulation Executives (ACE) held a certification day to conclude its CDP+ programme, on 17 November at IPC’s Blue Fin Building. James Evelegh went along to applaud.

Source: InPub Weekly # 027 26/11/2010

At Customer Direct 2010 by James Evelegh

After a short hiatus, the PPA’s Customer Direct conference made a welcome return on 10th November at The Brewery in London. James Evelegh was there with his notepad.

Source: InPub Weekly # 026 19/11/2010

At the AOP Summit by James Evelegh

The great and the good of the online publishing world met at the Westminster Bridge Park Plaza Hotel last Friday for the AOP annual conference. James Evelegh was there too.

Source: InPub Weekly # 022 22/10/2010

The power of infinity by James Evelegh

At February’s Publishing Expo, a stellar panel consisting of Guardian MD Tim Brooks, Future Chief Executive Stevie Spring and Incisive Media Group MD James Hanbury was convened to discuss ‘the future of publishing’. Unsurprisingly, it was standing room only. James Evelegh listened in.

Source: InPublishing Magazine May/Jun 2010

App-y Days? by James Evelegh

On 29 April, the PPA held its annual conference (Inspiration & Innovation: Publishing 2010) deep in the vaults of the gleaming new Westminster Plaza Hotel. The star of the day, reports James Evelegh, was undoubtedly the iPad, a product net yet even on sale here.

Source: InPub Weekly # 001 14/05/2010

The role of intelligence in business publishing by James Evelegh

Last autumn’s AOP annual conference was held at the Business Design Centre in Islington. Among an impressive line-up of speakers was Emap’s chief executive, David Gilbertson, who gave an excellent presentation on the subject of intelligence, in the context of B2B publishing. James Evelegh listened to what he had to say.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Jan/Feb 2010

MagSell’08 by James Evelegh

The PPA held its annual retail distribution event at Lords Cricket Ground on 21 October. Retail remains the largest route to market for UK consumer magazines, and the event brought together delegates from all elements of the supply chain. James Evelegh picks out some of the talking points.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2008

AOP’08 by James Evelegh

The great and the good of the online world gathered at the Park Lane Hilton on 1st October for the UK Association of Online Publishers’ annual conference. James Evelegh was also there and, here, picks out the main themes.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2008

Relaunching the Digest by James Evelegh

Brand recognition is a wonderful thing for a magazine to have. Vogue has it, the Economist has it, Reader’s Digest has it. In fact, Reader’s Digest’s standing goes beyond brand recognition; it’s really something of an institution. Why, then, would such a well-known name need a relaunch? James Evelegh met with publisher Victoria Scott and new editor-in-chief Sarah Sands to find out.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Sep/Oct 2008

Making Money from Web 2.0 by James Evelegh

On 23 November 2006, the Specialised Information Publishers Association (SIPA) held a conference looking at Web 2.0 at the Novotel, Tower Bridge. James Evelegh looks at some of the main themes coming out of the day.

Source: InCirculation Magazine Jan/Feb 2007

AOP '06 by James Evelegh

On 4th October 2006, the Association of Online Publishers held its 5th annual conference and awards at the Hilton Hotel in London. James Evelegh went along with his paper and pen, only to be outdone by the fellow from RBI next to him, who blogged the whole event direct from his PDA. One of the keynote presentations was given by Guardian Media Group chief executive, Carolyn McCall.

Source: InCirculation Magazine Nov/Dec 2006

Changing subs models by James Evelegh

On 3rd October 2006, Broadsystem hosted a seminar entitled: Turning the subscription model on its head – from revenue drain to relationship gain. James Evelegh went along to listen. Here are ten themes that stood out.

Source: InCirculation Magazine Nov/Dec 2006

MagSell’06 by James Evelegh

On 26 September 2006, the PPA held its MagSell conference and awards at the Natural History Museum in London. James Evelegh went along to listen to the presentations, which included one by Pick Me Up editor June Smith-Sheppard.

Source: InCirculation Magazine Nov/Dec 2006

Mailing houses by James Evelegh

Mailing houses could be forgiven for being heartily sick of all things online. All they ever hear is “online this” and “email that”. Aaaaaaagh!!!!!!! Well, they are putting a brave face on it and, for the most part, successfully adapting their offering to the multi-channel world. James Evelegh touches base with some leading operators.

Source: InCirculation Magazine Sep/Oct 2006

In-house systems by James Evelegh

Subscription management systems have come a long way in the last ten years, as software developers have raced to stay abreast of changing technologies and increased publisher expectation. James Evelegh looks at how subscription software has evolved and where it’s heading.

Source: InCirculation Magazine Jul/Aug 2006

F&L trends by James Evelegh

Frees and leaflets (F&L) teams have seen their work greatly helped by system advances over the last ten years, and there is no sign of a slow down. James Evelegh looks at the trends which will affect the way F&L teams operate in the future.

Source: InCirculation Magazine Jul/Aug 2006

Software trends by James Evelegh

Most publishers recognise the need for change, even if they might disagree on the precise direction. Few, though, dispute that systems will play an increasingly pivotal role in tomorrow’s publishing world. James Evelegh looks at how newspaper sales systems, and circulation software in general, are adapting to the changing market.

Source: InCirculation Magazine May/Jun 2006

Subs bureaux by James Evelegh

For the many publishers that entrust the management of their subscriber and controlled lists to bureaux, the bureau represents the front line in their marketing efforts and the public face of their title. A productive, mutually beneficial relationship is, therefore, of paramount importance. James Evelegh looks at publisher expectation and perception and how the service offering provided by bureaux is evolving.

Source: InCirculation Magazine May/Jun 2006

Online publishing: how to profit from new online revenue models by James Evelegh

In February 2006, NEPA held a half day workshop looking at online revenue models. James Evelegh went along to listen.

Source: InCirculation Magazine May/Jun 2006

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