As with many things digital, online publishing has opened up a lot of big possibilities to B2B and B2C publishers. Multiple delivery channels, an array of devices, social sharing and diversified revenue streams make the world seem bigger (and smaller) all at once—with a universe of new prospects at our fingertips.
As a publisher, there is no question of the potential that social media holds for lead generation. But with any good marketing strategy, it’s important to find the balance between focusing on each single component of the plan and stepping back to look at the big picture.
This week, we continue our Lead Generation Series with a look at specific methods to help you generate more traffic, build brand, extend marketing reach and of course, generate leads with Facebook. But be careful, by using these tools and tactics you might find yourself among the happiest of faces on "the most visited social network in the U.S."
There is no question that technology is now an integral part of publishing, as we have moved away from print and embraced various digital options. For many, the lines between technology companies and publishing companies have become blurry, and as early as a decade ago, publishers. . .
You want every part of your revenue strategy to fulfill it’s greatest potential. When we are talking strictly about paywalls, what works? By now, you know that paywalls are starting to gain traction and for some publishers, they play a key role in reclaiming revenue lost to the decline of traditional ad models. . .
Why not use your website as the hub to deploy your lead generation tactics? As a publisher, lead generation (or lead gen) is more than likely an essential component of feeding your online and print revenue. Increasingly, lead gen is about providing more value and greater access to. . .
The terms content marketing, content distribution and content curation often get treated like the same thing. We hear a lot about content marketing these days, and rightfully so, if you are in the publishing world, content marketing is a key strategy for success . . .