To drive revenue, publishing companies are increasingly producing "premium editions" for their newspapers.
Many legal issues must be considered when preparing newspaper subscription promotions. What you communicate about "premium editions" – the cost and how they impact the length of a newspaper subscription can be critical, legally. These legal issues were brought into sharp focus in a recent lawsuit.MORE
Time certainly does things. Remember when making a purchase meant seeing commercials for a product, scouring print ads and then visiting the store to buy a product? That was all before technology took over. The reality is that the digital transformation has had a huge impact on how we live, play, do business and shop for products and services.
Today, the average consumer references 10 sources before making a purchase (Google, 2017), and 67 percent of a consumer's purchase journey is done digitally.MORE
Lineup Systems' Adpoint App is now available on the Salesforce AppExchange, empowering media businesses to connect with their customers, partners and employees in entirely new ways. The Adpoint App delivers one of the most comprehensive media sales solutions on the Salesforce AppExchange. It provides Adpoint's lead-to-billing functionality within the Salesforce Sales Cloud environment, including Adpoint CPQ (Configure, Price, Quote), complex pricing, workflow and invoicing visibility.MORE
Creative Circle and The Newspaper Manager have joined forces to launch an innovative and affordable classified ad production suite for print and digital media.MORE
Finalizing your plans for Super Bowl coverage and sales? Coverage planned? New ad revenue booked?
Check out GateHouse Media's one page wrap-up to the biggest NFL game of the year: the 2018 Super Bowl.
GateHouse Media's sports experts at the Center for News and Design will provide a ready-to-use preview page, highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of both teams, what to expect at kickoff and including facts, info and essential data about the game.MORE
Cars.com Inc., a leading online automotive marketplace, and McClatchy have announced an agreement to convert the remaining 17 affiliate markets into the Cars.com direct sales channel prior to the October 2019 affiliate agreement expiration date. The agreement follows an earlier November 2017 initial accord to convert five markets.
The new agreement includes marketing support payments through 2019 reflecting a continuing relationship between Cars.com and McClatchy, a smooth transition and an opportunity to immediately introduce digital advertising solutions for the benefit of dealer customers.MORE
In the rush to focus on digital, you may have missed the fact that consumer usage of direct mail advertising has been on the rise. In fact, direct mail recently surpassed daily newspapers as the leading way consumers get coupons.
To learn more, Borrell Associates surveyed 1,640 local businesses that advertise via the U.S. Mail. The findings are now available from Borrell Associates.MORE
Dealer.com, a Cox Automotive brand, and White Ops, a market leader in automated threat prevention, have announced a partnership to combat advertising fraud that will enable a superior return on investment for automotive industry advertisers. Dealer.com is the first automotive-focused advertising provider to partner with White Ops.MORE
Lineup Systems has introduced Adpoint Workflow to simplify complex advertising workflows for media companies selling multimedia advertising. Adpoint Workflow systemizes and maps order-to-billing business processes, reducing order processing times and increasing operational efficiencies.
Today's media companies handle complex, multimedia orders that require numerous authorizations and involve multiple team members. Manual tasks and authorization processes often delay or prevent orders from being processed. To solve this issue, Lineup Systems designed Adpoint Workflow to automate redundant, manual tasks based on pre-defined standard operating procedures, enabling media companies to quickly and accurately process orders.MORE
On Nov. 26, the major U.S. tobacco companies began running court-ordered newspaper and television advertisements about the deadly consequences of smoking and secondhand smoke, as well as the companies' intentional design of cigarettes to make them more addictive.
The ads are the culmination of a long-running lawsuit the U.S. Department of Justice filed against the tobacco companies in 1999. A federal court in 2006 ordered the tobacco companies to make these "corrective statements." After 11 years of appeals by the tobacco companies, a federal judge issued a final order directing them to begin running the ads in newspapers on Sunday, Nov. 26, with the television ads beginning the following day.
The defendant tobacco companies were ordered to purchase five full-page ads in the first section of the Sunday edition of the 50+ newspapers specified by the court. Each newspaper ad will contain one of the five corrective statements.MORE
Borrell Associates has launched a bimonthly podcast discussing the latest trends in local marketing. Joining Gordon Borrell for these lively 20-minute shows is Corey Elliott, executive vice president of Local Market Intelligence. Borrell says they make a good team "because we don't always agree."More
A new advertising support position at the Northwest Florida Daily News is paying off, according to Ethan Aden, digital sales manager for the paper based in Fort Walton Beach.
The job title is sales engineer, and the goal is to put together multimedia proposals for the sales reps to present to clients – complete proposals backed by research into markets, demographics and other factors.More
The first two pieces of Brainworks Software's new Stratica platform drew a lot of attention during the trade show at the Key Executives Mega-Conference in Las Vegas.
"We were constantly busy," said Rick Sanders, president and CEO of Brainworks. "It was terrific."
Brainworks rolled out its new Stratica Advertising and CRM products at the conference and offered demonstrations. Stratica is web- and browser-based and combines print and digital transactions. It will improve a media company's ability to make revenue forecasts and track whether projections are being met, among many other functions.More