Wow, this month ContentBiz surpassed 10,000 subscribers. Most of
you are in the traditional or online publishing industry. You
lead Internet projects for newspapers, magazines, newsletters,
content sites, syndicators, bookstores and research publishers.
Your enthusiasm makes me want to try even harder to bring you
useful information you can use to make your project or company
more profitable online. Here's the line-up of changes so far:
-> New ContentBiz Daily Blog
Yesterday we launched a complimentary daily service to ContentBiz
called ContentBlog. The weekly will continue to focus on
practical business model and marketing knowledge. The daily will
keep you up to date with news and gossip. Right now you have to
go to the site to see it, in October we'll add a email
Yes, please send your news and gossip for the daily to
firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know if you want to be anonymous
or not! To see the Blog go to http://contentbiz.blogspot.com
-> More Media Sales Knowledge
Due to reader response, ContentBiz's coverage is expanding to
include more practical information on how to sell ads on sites
and email newsletters. Look for more stories soon.
-> Contributors Sought
Are you a content-related consultant seeking exposure to
potential clients? Are you an industry insider who'd like to
share your wisdom? Would you like to report from a content-
related trade show or event? We're looking for contributed
The rules: Articles must be of value (and not just a sales pitch
for your company) and not published anywhere else for 30 days.
We reserve the right to edit and/or reject contributions but
promise to let you know. We can't afford to pay anyone, but you
will reach 10,000 of your peers and get a hotlink back to your
own site, plus any other contact info you'd like to add. Contact
email@example.com with queries and ideas.
-> ContentBiz Subscription Site Coming in October
Just like almost everybody else, we've been working on a
subscription site launch. You'll be able to research knowledge
by topic, such as Subscription Marketing, Syndication, or Ad
Sales; as well as by type of publication such as Magazines,
Newsletters or Books.
Naturally following Best Practices in subscription sites, a
useful version of this newsletter will continue to be free. BTW:
Check out our new article on the Five Rules of Subscription Sales