Thanks to Piano, The Spectator was able to create personalized experiences, in real-time, while maintaining...
Covid led to massive surges in traffic and subscriptions over the last year. Now that this initial boost is over, international publishers talk about how they’ve retained the subscribers they won.
Hear Nina La France, SVP Consumer Marketing & Business Development, Forbes, discuss their experiences launching a subscription model during a pandemic.
Hear Paul Lopreiato, Associate Director of Audience Products and Analytics at Philadelphia and Boston magazines, discuss their experiences launching a subscription model during a pandemic.
Sifted, the FT-backed news website covering the world of European start-ups, launched a paywall after two years in business to generate a “deeper attachment” with its readers and more stable income.
Using Piano’s Likelihood to Convert scoring model, The Daily Beast used data to rethink who their most loyal users are, and developed targeted marketing experiences for these users and other audience
Thanks to Piano, The Spectator was able to create personalized experiences, in real-time, while maintaining the editorial philosophy of their print publications on the digital platform.
Veebha Mehta is the CMO at Crain Communications, a diverse business publisher with titles spanning the advertising, healthcare, investment, automotive, and plastics industries. When she assumed...
Dedicated to providing 650,000+ Memphians with intelligent local journalism, The Daily Memphian sought to boost their loyal subscriber base.
Funke Mediengruppe is one of the leading publishers in Germany, focusing on local news, digital and national magazines. They operate 12 local newspapers, all with subscription model now.
Already dedicated to offering the best local coverage in their market, the Winnipeg Free Press knew they needed something more to win over registrants and subscribers.
Leading European media company Mediahuis — which runs over 40 of the largest news — wanted to create an advertising experience that could match Google and Facebook’s level of granularity.
When Some Spider Studios started searching for an audience engagement and subscription commerce engine, they had all of the makings of a successful membership model.
When you want to get the latest news on international science policy, view rich multimedia pieces that span scientific disciplines, or follow the latest offerings from award-winning science writers...
In 2018, Bonnier Corporation, one of the largest special-interest publishing groups in the U.S., made the decision to add to their audience offerings and build new revenue streams.
A trusted source of golfing news and information, Golf Digest has a well-developed but niche readership loyal to their brand, with a print circulation of 1.6 million and an average of more than 3.5mil
Business Insider developed and executed a paid premium content offer, but wanted to further increase engagement, conversion rates, and revenue.