Tag Archives: e-Commerce

Paid Content, E-commerce and Turning the Knobs Down on Ads

Posted on 11. Sep, 2009 by .


New plans for paid content platforms, from players as varied as I.B.M., Google and NewsCorp, earned plenty of attention earlier this week. Some have boiled the story down to a potential battle for publisher-clients between Google and Journalism Online, the start up from Steven Brill, Gordon Crovitz and Leo Hindery which has been at the […]

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Revenues are Final

Posted on 03. Aug, 2009 by .


Not sure if this is encouraging or something else, but we’ve finished building our page of revenue opportunities. We heard a few very good ideas, but we’d already accounted for many of them. Here are the types of revenue opportunities, beyond online advertising that we think are possible (go to the page for details on […]

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Revenues, Again

Posted on 30. Jul, 2009 by .


The first cut of our revenue opportunities list is now up here and in the side bar. We have another half dozen categories to add to this list, but please let us know if you think we’ve left anything out or missed the boat on something entirely. From this first list, I was surprised by […]

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E-commerce and News, Lessons from the UK's Telegraph

Posted on 17. Jul, 2009 by .


Revenue, revenue, revenue. For good reason in this economy, all of the sites we’ve talked to so far have wanted to hear ideas for making more of it. So we’ve been a bit surprised at how few are experimenting with e-commerce, which is frequently held up as a strong potential revenue stream for online news. […]

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