The bias against printing has a technological basis and some business rationale, but are we underserving our role as “content marketers” by shutting down this option out of hand?
Online advertising fails to match print advertising in its scalability, slowing the transition to online for major journals and capping the potential for online subscription prices to be offset in a manner similar to print’s legacy business.
This is a slide presentation on freemium marketing, which was delivered at the 2013 SSP conference. The key argument is that freemium marketing is a form of product sampling, which must be integrated into the overall marketing plan.
Convenience is a major driver of content usage. But what other changes are afoot that feed into this amorphous concept of “convenience”?
Does thinking about technology as something new and different gerrymander strategies and initiatives in unhelpful ways? Maybe we need to accept that the future has arrived for our users.
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Targeting ads isn’t logically sustainable. But will the direct marketing mindset concede its limits in the advertising age?
Image via Wikipedia Jim Spanfeller, who is leaving his role of CEO of Forbes.com, recently wrote a provocative piece about online advertising entitled, “Publishers Are Killing Web Advertising’s Potential With Misguided Pricing.” His compelling complaints have to do with publishers […]