We dive into a case study on Salem Reporter, a local news publisher that has seen significant success in growing their revenue.
Small Boats, a digital magazine publisher, was grappling with monetization and content organization. They needed a robust subscription system and a way to streamline their content by issue.
Data control leads to audience growth and increased paid subscription conversions.
Pay per article allows readers to purchase single articles. Offering a pay per article option can help drive readers to subscribe if both options are shown in tandem with each other.
In this webinar Lesley Sim from Newsletter Glue provides newsletter tactics to help publishers that use WordPress succeed.
Pete and Tyler from Leaky Paywall and the Paywall Project reviewed the Relevant Magazine website independently, coming up with three things that could help build paid subscriptions.
Want to improve the growth of your paid subscriptions? Pete from Leaky Paywall just reviewed the local news site AndoverMAnews.com.
As a publisher, it’s important to have a newsletter to drive your visitors back to your website.
Catch Magazine has found a platform that makes it easy and streamlined. In this article, we’ll show you how Catch Magazine moved from PayPal to Stripe to create a recurring revenue stream that’s growing month after month.
Join Pete and Tyler in a discussion on how your subscription system should actually be improving the relationship between you and your readers… with the end goal of building your subscription revenue.
Tyler Channel has a long history of helping small, local news publishers survive and thrive in the new digital world. The head of the Paywall Project and also head of Success here at Leaky Paywall, Tyler sat down with Pete to offer his wisdom on how local news publishers can succeed in the digital era, including two major success stories and a load of good tips.
Selling an ad-free subscription has given Swedish publisher Samnytt a significant boost in revenue.
You’re giving away something for free. So you’re giving away your valuable content. So there’s a good match here between an advertiser to sponsor the free registration level and what you can tell anybody that’s new.
Wilderness Living has built a slick, modern website with a strong, consistent user experience using no Big Tech providers.
By adding a free registration level, Small Boats increased their email signups by 20% each month. Your email list is 10x more likely to subscribe.
Foreign Lobby is making the most of their content with a regular subscription, with donations, and with pay-per-post articles.
Stone Soup, a magazine for and by children, offers individual, group, school, and gift subscriptions with Leaky Paywall and WooCommerce.
In this Paywall Podcast episode, Greg Grisolano of LandLine Media discusses the redesign that brought a legacy publication into the future.
When your content is unique, it requires tailored protection. Setting a tightly-metered paywall with easy subscriber access is the key.
Episode 11 of the Paywall Podcast looks at how a digital edition sells print subscriptions and how to take an annual conference virtual.
The Lifecycle of an All-Digital Magazine In Episode 7 of the Paywall Podcast, ZEEN101’s Jeremy Green talks to Todd Moen of Catch Magazine. The Official Journal of Flyfishing Photography and Film, Catch has been an all-digital, high-resolution publication for over a decade. In that time, the magazine has weathered every storm and survived every evolution of […]
Consider selling individual access to live stream concerts as Deutsche Grammophon does with Leaky Paywall
A profile of a successful publication Every profitable publication is born out of a wealth of experience that can be shared. In this episode of the Paywall Podcast, Interview with Street Photography Magazine, Pete sits down with Bob, the founder of Street Photography Magazine, to discuss the journey and strategies that built its success. Listen […]
The Welch News, a small paper serving McDowell County, West Virginia for almost a century, nearly buckled under the weight.
Creative Use on an Ad-Free Publication The Texan is a young publication that focuses on political news from the Lone Star state. The publication prides itself on being advertisement free, as part of its mission to focus solely on the news and on the reader experience. As a subscription-based service, it is not surprising that […]
A Universal Truth Your readers are, in many ways, the most important part of your publication. They’re the source of your revenue and the driving force of your content. And while you are the common thread they share among them, they come to you for different reasons from different backgrounds at different stages of their […]