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Circulation Integration & User Management

June 11, 2010

ePublishing opens up new revenue opportunities for publishers, with circulation integration and user management features that promote circulation growth and speed time-to-market for new products.

  • Increase revenue by motivating browsers and visitors to register and become subscribers
  • Up-sell and cross-sell products per user preferences
  • Boost advertising and content revenue with new products tailored to subscriber interests and targeted, advertiser-supported delivery channels
  • Offer tiered content offerings, combining free and paid content access at multiple price points
  • Obtain detailed user data in return for delivering personalized content tailored to user preferences
  • Improve marketing efficiency by tracking marketing programs and promotions


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Reader Content Preferences + Taxonomy = Better Individualization

We know that targeted ads are producing impressive results for BtoC and some BtoB companies. But as a publisher, what’s the winning formula?