Free eBook: Inspiring Stories of Publishing Innovation

Posted on Mar 27, 2014
By Rhonda Hurwitz

- How are today’s online publishers managing the demands of daily content creation?
- What tools make it easier to serve and grow an audience?
- What digital content strategies lead to success?

These are some of the questions we set out to answer in our latest ebook, Content Conversations: Online Publishers Share 7 Growth-Oriented Content Strategies.

Here’s how it came about.

Inspiring Stories of Publishing Innovation

Working with online publishers every day – from publishing entrepreneurs to established organizations, and with a variety of editorial approaches – we started to see patterns of success.

Our experience has helped us develop a keen sense of the passions and challenges that drive today’s online content providers. We decided to talk with a cross-section of innovators who are using new publishing tools to their advantage.

The result of these conversations is a rich collection of success stories and lessons learned from repubHub early adopters and other publishers on the cutting edge. We put these nuggets of useful information together in the new ebook, and we’re pleased to share it with you.

Content Strategies & Best Practices Straight from Your Peers

“Content Conversations" demonstrates how new tools and approaches are helping online publishers and editors to:

  • publish better
  • adapt faster
  • grow their audience
  • monetize content in new and different ways.

Download this free ebook: Content Conversations: Online Publishers Share 7 Growth-Oriented Content Strategies to learn from your online publishing peers. You’ll gain valuable insights and practical tips you can begin using today.

Online publishers share growth content strategies

Bonus! Free eBook: Need more content in less time?

Learn whether a content strategy that includes republishing quality content for your readers is right for your site. This Q&A helps you ask essential questions for your website or blog. Download now! 

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