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2011’s Predictions Revisited – How Wrong was I?

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At this time of year, it is traditionally that people write their predictions for the year coming up. They usually make a series of bold claims that subsequently start to look ridiculous or they make a series of claims that

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This week’s post is going to be slightly different, because I’m going to be doing some investigation.  I’m not sure I can count as an investigative journalist, because I’m not a journalist and I don’t really do much investigation, so

Posted in Business model, Publishing

How Publishers Could Do Micropayments

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I’ve been thinking recently about how Publishers should set up their paid for model (given that News International have said they are going to do it).  Last time I wrote about it I was trying to work out if he

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Should Publishers charge for access to content?

I keep updated on the world of online publishing because, well, because I can.  And because I used to be involved in the whole thing until the beginning of the year.  So it hasn’t escaped my knowledge that Rupert Murdoch

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What affect will the online publishing crisis have on web analytics?

Keeping my eye out in the press as I do, I haven’t failed to notice that the online publishing world has been going through a bit of a crisis recently.  Rupert Murdoch recently claimed that he might move his newspapers

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Business Models for Publishers

Given that I am changing jobs from working for the UK’s biggest B2B publishing company (that’s RBI, by the way) – I’m on holiday at the moment – to go and work for a Government website that gives advice to

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