Subscription models enable publishers to tie editorial output closely to revenue, prompting some staffers to question if their contributions are being rewarded fairly.
Publishers grapple with increasingly complex subscription renewal laws
Navigating subscription laws in the U.S. is becoming more challenging as states attempt to regulate automatic renewals more closely.
Stat generates 40% of its revenue from subscriptions
Chief operating officer Angus Macaulay discusses the biotech, pharma and life science publisher’s subscription success.
AI chatbots could undermine publishers’ subscription products
As new artificial intelligence chatbots and search functions launch, publishers are scrambling to understand if they’re poaching paywalled information.
Password sharing is not a pressing concern for most publishers
Some publishers believe account misuse for their subscription products is being kept at acceptable levels, while others are simply turning a blind eye.
This week: Business publishers say their retention rates continue to hold
Business publishers say their retention rates continue to hold despite nervous economic conditions.
The rise of the registered web
Publishers are stepping up efforts to turn audiences into registered user bases as they hunt for ways to maximize revenue and attempt to future-proof their businesses.
This week: The power of subscriber retention, and what publishing leaders expect from subscriptions in 2023
The power of subscriber retention, and what publishing leaders expect from subscriptions in 2023
‘Show the money’: Publishers reprioritize monetization over subscriber growth
In a precarious economic climate, subscription publishers are focusing their attention firmly on revenue over subscriber growth.
Subscription trends that shaped 2022
Publishers’ approaches evolved and matured as economic conditions tightened.