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Growing B2B digital revenues: IDG case study

April 17, 2009 by

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MediaShift is a useful US title worth following for people involved in online business media. Today, Mark Glaser has written a profile piece on the IDG chairmain, Patrick McGovern. Digital now represents 48 per cent of revenue for IDG with the target to grow this to half in 2010. The rest will come from print, […]

Business-to-business sites

March 20, 2009 by

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We were going through some business-to-business (B2B) sites today using Comscore. Reed Business Information tops the list but there are some entries worth noting including Bizwiki.co.uk which is a free directory of businesses which anyone can contribute to and edit. Other ones include ecademy.com which provides on and offline business networking. Again, these two sites […]

User generated content in business media

March 10, 2009 by

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Recently we were shown a site called stackoverflow.com. It’s a site where programmers can post questions and receive answers from their peers. The content is all generated and moderated by the users and readers. It’s a highly active site and an example of how powerful user engagement can be when targeted at a specific niche. […]

Business media: trends for 2009

January 13, 2009 by

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2009 promises to be an interesting time for companies and individuals involved in business media. And away from all the negativity surrounding job cuts and print title closures, what will be the top developments to watch in the online, UK business media space? Here are the five to watch: The rise of social publishing and […]