Online Revenue

7th April 2014

3 key 'waves' for publishers in e-commerce

Delegates at the Digital Media Europe conference were told that e-commerce is becoming an increasingly viable revenue option for publishers. (Journalism.co.uk)
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24th March 2014

Huffington Post may charge for content in future

CEO Jimmy Maymann said that as HuffPoUK moves into profit, it may consider charging users for some content within the next five years (The Guardian)
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18th February 2014

Society of Young Publishers launch mentoring scheme

The Society of Young Publishers are to launch a mentoring scheme to help aspiring publishers (The Bookseller)
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10th January 2014

Longform is trendy, but publishers still chasing fast clicks

Digital publishers still show that they want to do longform investigative journalism, but the majority still earn money through fast clicks.
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3rd November 2013

Web giants threaten end to cookie tracking

Microsoft, Google and Facebook are developing systems that bypass more than a thousand software companies that place cookies on websites (WSJ)
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16th September 2013

InboundWriter predicts online content performance

InboundWriter, a leader in content performance, has found that website content only has a 10-20% chance of being successful (Pub Exec)
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3rd September 2013

New Statesman adopts customisable native ad formats

New Statesman is implementing a new non-interruptive and in-content alternative to standard ad formats across its website, newstatesman.com (press release)
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16th July 2013

Could 'group buying' be the answer to monetising content?

What if the price you had to pay to read a story dropped as more people clicked on it? (paidContent)
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15th July 2013

Op-ed: How content discovery is helping solve two publishing dilemmas

Stephanie Himoff, UK country manager of Outbrain, discusses new ways of keeping readers engaged and monetising content (op-ed)
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9th July 2013

Hearst poaches Forbes.com supremo to beef up digital ops

The pressure is on Hearst Magazines to wring more revenue from the digital side this year, hence the appointment of Forbes.com President (New York Post)
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