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EDGE & MEDIANOMICS: Media Audiences and the concept of 'engagement'

EDGE & MEDIANOMICS: Media Audiences and the concept of 'engagement' | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it
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 The concept of engagement is not new. "For years this notion has hovered at the margins of media and advertising communities, taking its strongest hold within the context of the print media, as magazines and newspapers emphasized the engagement of their audiences in an effort to convince advertisers in the unique value of their readers. Today, however, the concept of engagement has moved from the periphery to the center of how media organizations and advertisers are thinking about audiences."

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Business Models and Strategic choices in Publishing

Lecture in Marketing & Communications. The updated keynote includes the description of Strategic choices by Publishing firms and new case studies (Cosmopolitan,
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Business Models and Strategic choices in Publishingby Timo Ketonen on Apr 08, 2013 Edit499views

Lecture in Marketing & Communications. The updated keynote includes the description of Strategic choices by Publishing firms and new case studies (Cosmopolitan, Sports Illustrated, FT, The Economist and The New York Times, as well as Svenska Dagbladet and Västerbottens-Kuriren from Sweden). New media concepts presented based on interviews in Finland, Sweden, the UK & USA. 

Updated April 28, 2013 (added results from Consumer Survey in Finland).

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Zuora CEO on doing paywall 2.0 right - video

Zuora CEO on doing paywall 2.0 right - video | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it
Tien Tzuo gives his vision for Paywall 2.0. A tollbooth without any digital reinvention risk failure. You need to reinvent your relationship with customers through a digital first strategy.
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Guardian Media Network on the topic of "paywalls"

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EDGE & MEDIANOMICS: A glimpse into the future – visit at The New York Times R&D Lab

EDGE & MEDIANOMICS: A glimpse into the future – visit at The New York Times R&D Lab | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it
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A glimpse into the future - visit at The New York Times R&D Lab.

Discussing Business Models, price points and new media platforms.

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Media Network | The Guardian

Media Network | The Guardian | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it
Providing cutting-edge insight, comment and networking for professionals working in global media and technology
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Look up the Changing Media Summit and Google hangout on new subscription models for paid content. Good stuff!

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Industry metrics: Is it time to say goodbye to the pageview?

Industry metrics: Is it time to say goodbye to the pageview? | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it

What you measure is what you get. Time to rethink how to measure consumer engagement in media.

 

The changing landscape means newspapers basically are start-up companies, pioneers and inventors full of fresh ideas.

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Aggregation and curation of news - tools and thoughts

Aggregation and curation of news - tools and thoughts | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it

As a curious person I'm following the development of news aggregators with interest. Personalized news based on my interests and social streams gives a certain benefit. More often though I like to come across things that I did not expect to read, about business, culture and technology. That's why I still have a love for professionally curated stories by trusted editors of 'news brands', just like The Economist, NYT and their likes do.

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Tablet growth is good news for newspapers

Tablet growth is good news for newspapers | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it
Tablets not only combine all the advantages of new technology with the powerful user experience of print. Children love them, too, giving newsmedia organisations an opportunity to build relationships with new readers.
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Magazines Don’t Have a Digital Problem, They Have a Bundling Problem

Magazines Don’t Have a Digital Problem, They Have a Bundling Problem | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it
New media and publishing dynamics have changed the economics for magazines to the extent that it is simply not possible to continue with existing models. Much of the problem is that magazine publis...
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Massive rise in ebook readers, and it's making people read more

Massive rise in ebook readers, and it's making people read more | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it

"Forty-one per cent claim to read more since owning an ebook reader. This trend is most prominent among 18-34 year olds." Quite remarkable!


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Mobile Apps Will Drive the Future of the Internet | Social Media Today

Mobile Apps Will Drive the Future of the Internet | Social Media Today | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it

Why Mobile Apps are reshaping the Internet. Mobile Usage is trending!

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What's new in news aggregation?

What's new in news aggregation? | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it
Services are becoming personalised as they compete to provide algorithms and editors to aid content discovery across platforms...
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EDGE & MEDIANOMICS: EDGE Media Seminar: Highlights from Caviar Content to Digital Strategy & The Future of Print

EDGE & MEDIANOMICS: EDGE Media Seminar: Highlights from Caviar Content to Digital Strategy & The Future of Print | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it
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Highlights from EDGE Media Seminar

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EDGE & MEDIANOMICS: Swipe 2.0 and interviews with Magazine Publishers in New York

EDGE & MEDIANOMICS: Swipe 2.0 and interviews with Magazine Publishers in New York | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it
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Blog post on trends in Magazine Media and new publishing concepts in the U.S. based on interviews and the Swipe 2.0 conference in New York.

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Publishers Talk Tablet Strategy at MPA Swipe 2.0

Publishers Talk Tablet Strategy at MPA Swipe 2.0 | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it
Yesterday, at the MPA-Association of Magazine Media's Swipe 2.0 conference in New York, speakers from across the publishing and tech industries gathered to show off their latest tablet products and new ways of replacing dwindling print revenue with...
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Swipe 2.0 conference report, arranged by MPA - The Association for Magazine Media in USA.

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EDGE & MEDIANOMICS: Infographic: Start-up media purchasing habits

EDGE & MEDIANOMICS: Infographic: Start-up media purchasing habits | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it
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Start-ups yearn for print media coverage but won’t pay for it 
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New York Times reports sales rise

New York Times reports sales rise | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it
Paid-for digital subscriptions reach almost 600,000 but advertising suffers year-on-year declines...
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Why are more newspapers turning to video? It’s what readers expect, says the AP’s Director of Video (via @scoopinion)

Why are more newspapers turning to video? It’s what readers expect, says the AP’s Director of Video (via @scoopinion) | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it
The Next Web was out and about at IBC in Amsterdam this past week, and we caught up with some of the key movers and shakers from the digital media space.
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The New York Times Reports a Digital Success Story

The New York Times Reports a Digital Success Story | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it

NYT now has more than 530,000 paying digital subscribers (July 2012), not including the 700,000 print subscribers who also gain digital access. At this growth rate digital subs may surpass daily print subs by early 2014. The long debated NYT ´paywall´ looks like a bona fide success (only 10 articles per month are free).

 

NYT argue that most of the digital subscribers are new customers = incremental revenue.

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20% of Newspapers Now Have Online Paywalls

20% of Newspapers Now Have Online Paywalls | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it
More than a fifth of U.S. newspapers now require a paying subscription for full digital access, twice the number that did a year ago.
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How Information Overload Ruins Your Brain [INFOGRAPHIC]

How Information Overload Ruins Your Brain [INFOGRAPHIC] | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it

Digital stress and your brain. Too much multitasking is not good for anyone.

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Social media is more than simply a marketing tool for academic research

Social media is more than simply a marketing tool for academic research | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it
Online platforms such as Twitter and Pinterest can inform every step of the research process, says Amanda Alampi, enabling academics to become lifelong students (Social media is more than simply a marketing tool for academic research
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A New Kind of Catalog: The 2013 IKEA Catalog App Preview

Every year, the IKEA Catalog inspires people around the world to create homes they love. Now, IKEA is taking the inspiration one step further. This year, the...
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SEO and Social Media Equals Harmony | Business 2 Community

SEO and Social Media Equals Harmony | Business 2 Community | EDGE & MEDIANOMICS | Scoop.it
What are social signals?

 

"Social signals are proof that other people are using your service. The search engines garner this information by searching the web for mention of your name and services.

 

Search engines are also able to correlate the context of that mention, for example whether it is positive or negative and yes, you guessed it, if all the results seem negative that is bad news. Likewise, not having any reference at all is also bad".

 

Read more: http://www.business2community.com/seo/seo-and-social-media-equals-harmony-0222270


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