Before another gathering, leaders who want to be successful in the hybrid work world need to ask the question they should have asked long ago: “Why?” Because if they don’t everyone else will certainly ask it after. Read more.
Company leaders have much to consider when contemplating what return to the office looks like. What exactly is a hybrid schedule? What is the policy on employee vaccinations? And who is going to run all this? Read more.
The pandemic had led many publishers to cancel live events that were once a big revenue boost. Those in-person events are due for a comeback, but how likely are hybrid events to become viable alternatives? Read more.
The popularity of programmatic is transforming the brand-agency-publisher relationship. These three tactics can help you future-proof your business. Read more.
Michael D. Silberman, senior vice president of strategy for Piano discusses the tactic publishers should focus on to maximize subscription retention and minimize churn. Read more.
Changes are happening at Facebook this month. What does it mean for publishers? It’s a little complex. Read more.
Leaders who practice strategic agility are quick to adapt and show the ability to evolve, no matter the circumstances. Read more.
Publishers know Americans are going to be hunkered down at home for another few months of coronavirus-created isolation, so some of them are hoping to drive more revenue by going right through readers’ front doors. Read more.
Companies have described the coronavirus pandemic as a catalyst for change, both good and bad. Here’s a look at what businesses say has changed indefinitely. Read more.
Are you trying to sprint a marathon in sales? There are no mental health benefits in doing this–just sales burnout. There is a better way. Try implementing these strategies. Read more.
What will marketing look like in 2021? Unpredictable. Adaptable. Innovative. Learn what trends will shape 2021 and how to prepare. Read more.
Video calls are sometimes the most productive way to get work done. But not every call is essential. Read more.
In a survey of 600 CEOs from a variety of businesses, Harvard Business School researchers found keeping people motivated is one of their most significant concerns. Read more.
It might seem a tad to early for predictions, but Forrester is having a go at it with their new Predictions 2021 study. Read more.
Diversity in business leadership is certainly an enviable social goal, but does it improve company performance? James Heskett’s readers look for the research evidence. Read more.
Wall Street analysts have turned extra bullish on digital media according to reports from equity research firms assessing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more.
Sales Health Alliance offers insights on how organizations can positively impact the mental health of their sales force. Read more.
Not every blog post will rank in search engines, but with a little tweaking you can almost double your traffic overnight. Read more.
Here is a quick guide for ideas on how to approach today and every day at work. Read more
Media companies will be tested in their resolve and whether they’ll do the hard work needed to enact lasting change in an industry where too long progressive words haven’t matched up with retrograde practices. Read more
New subscribers, the bright spot for publishing, are not churning at the same rate as other subscribers, according to early data from subscription platforms. Read more.
Where possible, publishers need to embrace adaptation. Learn the four elements needed to build a proactive mindset that can make a big impact on your business. Read more.
Memberships are hot. In fact, they are a good 33% more popular today than just two years ago. Learn how to start your membership program and how to avoid the biggest mistake most publishers make. Read more.
Ralph A. Martinelli CRMA Lifetime Achievement Award Tribute Ralph was my business partner along with my brother Rich. We had the pleasure to work with him in our second-generation family business Today Media for the past 35 years. He led a successful magazine, event and digital business in the Hudson Valley and Westchester. For 16 months, Ralph had been dealing with the aftereffects of a catastrophic brain injury and had battled valiantly to recover. He was just 57 years old when he passed away last November. Ralph started in the family business by doing circulation and selling advertising for Hudson