Our own worst enemies? by James Evelegh
James Evelegh's editorial from this week's edition of InPubWeekly.
Posted on: 08 March 2018
Surplus to requirements? by James Evelegh
Posted on: 01 March 2018
Spin cycle by James Evelegh
Posted on: 22 February 2018
Drain the swamp by James Evelegh
Posted on: 15 February 2018
6-3: We Win! by James Evelegh
Posted on: 08 February 2018
The Sane Way to Manage E-Newsletter Ads by Christie Calahan
Email newsletters are a big hit amongst publishers. They generate big ad dollars and further engage audiences. While the term “win-win situation” is rather cringe-worthy, writes Mirabel Technologies’ Christie Calahan, it is actually the perfect way to describe them.
Posted on: 06 February 2018
Opportunities & Threats: National Press by Ray Snoddy
Ray Snoddy's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2018
Posted on: 02 February 2018
Beyond the world of print: how publishing is evolving by Adam Sherman
Adam Sherman's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2018
Opportunities & Threats: Regional Press by Steve Dyson
Steve Dyson's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2018
Embrace Your Mobile Audience by Hutch Hicken
Hutch Hicken's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2018
Opportunities & Threats: Consumer Media by David Hepworth
David Hepworth's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2018
Maximising Up-sell and Cross-sell Opportunities by Dan Heffernan
Dan Heffernan's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2018
Opportunities & Threats: B2B Media by Colin Morrison
Colin Morrison's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2018
Opportunities & Threats: Customer Publishing by Nicola Murphy
Nicola Murphy's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2018
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.
Inaction = Decline by Jim Foster
Jim Foster’s publishing world…
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.
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.
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.
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