3 Creative Ways to Benefit the Bottom Line Beyond Advertising Revenue

Ever-changing external landscapes present both threats and opportunities for media firms. Shifting marketing budgets and the proliferation of free content challenge publishers that rely on advertising and paid subscriptions. Yet the industry is not cowering: the results of Folio:’s 2020 Investment and Growth Survey indicate that publishers are optimistic they can leverage new revenue and audience sources to fuel growth for their businesses. To help publishers think outside the box, we examined three ways that creative newspapers and magazines are developing new sources of revenue. Develop An Information Services Side-Business Publishers can leverage their subscriber relationships to create and sell products through email, says San Diego-based publishing consultant Michael Senoff, founder and CEO of HardToFindSeminars.com. Over the last 20 years, Senoff has published 800 pages of free in-depth material on business building, peak performance, job searching, marketing and negotiation. His site includes interviews with experts such as Jack Canfield as well as paid courses developed from interviews with subject matter experts. Senoff invites visitors to subscribe to an email newsletter, where he sends a mixture of free information and offers for the 40+ information products he’s created. He funds his entire company from his base of 14,000 subscribers, and he says every single publication has a similar opportunity to create and publish their own information products. “If... Continue reading at 'Folio Magazine'

[ Folio Magazine | 2020-02-18 15:48:16 UTC ]
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