Paid Content Strategies: Q & A
2.30-3.30pm (BST), Monday 17 September 2018
Exclusively for purchasers of The InPublishing Guide to Paid Content Strategies, this one hour long live Q&A, gives you the chance to put questions direct to the guide’s author, Peter Houston, about any aspect of paid-content strategy. You can drill down into areas of particular interest, explore aspects in more detail or ask for advice.
The webinar will be moderated by InPublishing editor James Evelegh and both he and Peter will appear via webcam. During the webinar, you can put your questions verbally to Peter (if your microphone / telephone is switched on) or type them into the webinar control panel. Alternatively, you can email them in advance to James Evelegh.
To gain entry to the webinar, you can purchase the guide here.
Presenter: Peter Houston
Peter Houston is a writer, consultant and trainer focused on making sense of the rapidly changing media landscape to help publishing professionals make better decisions about the future.
He has written on media for The New Statesman, The Drum, MediaTel Newsline, Publishing Executive and InPublishing. Formerly editor-at-large for the TheMediaBriefing.com, he wrote the ‘State of the Media 2017’ and ‘Successful European Paid Content Strategies’ reports.
First coming to digital media in the early 90s, Peter has been thinking across platforms for almost as long as it’s been possible.
Moderator: James Evelegh
James Evelegh has worked in magazine publishing since 1989, and has been the editor and publisher of InPublishing since it launched in 2003. He began his career with Trinity Publishing (now DMG) and was then group circulation manager at Centaur Communications from 1994 to 1996. From 1996 to 2003, he worked as a circulation consultant to a wide range of companies including Guardian Media Group, FT Business, Euromoney, WH Smith News and Wilmington.
Webinar sponsored by: InPublishing
InPublishing serves the UK newspaper, magazine and online publishing sector, through InPublishing magazine (bi-monthly print publication), InPubWeekly (weekly email newsletter) and a website – www.inpublishing.co.uk