We Build Digital Tools For Publishers
Our WordPress powered publishing platform promotes effective digital strategy and delivers new paying subscribers. With an industry-leading metered paywall, award-winning web issue publisher, ready-to-go iOS and Android apps, and our revolutionary hands-off ad platform... We make digital publishing easy and profitable.
Your publication's growth and profit engine
Leaky Paywall has been engineered specifically for WordPress, which lets you customize the subscriber experience like no other platform. Find out why Leaky Paywall will help you sell more subscriptions.
Your iOS & Android apps are ready already
Your iOS and Android apps are ready to roll… With UniPress we will build your apps toautomatically publish your news blog content, issue content, push notifications, advertising, and even your app menu...right from WordPress. If you sell paid subscriptions, Leaky Paywall seamlessly integrates with your apps for a true one-dashboard workflow.
Award-winning issue publisher for WordPress
Our IssueM toolkit allows publishers to produce real web-based issues that get found in search, share in social, and look great on mobile. Finally... a sane solution that replaces PDFs and flip-books.
Join the thousands of other publishers using our powerful IssueM tools to deliver their high-quality content in a format that’s familiar and proven.
Your new revenue stream is here
LiveMarket creates a relevant marketplace by letting advertisers serve up fresh promotions, instantly. Readers can see what’s new, advertisers can promote 24/7, and publishers enjoy a hands-off, recurring income stream.
Publishing strategy meets digital platform
Our Anvil digital publishing platform handles all the tech, helps you discover and delight the modern reader, and converts paying subscribers.
Anvil takes the guesswork out of building a profitable digital publication.
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More awesome things we are doing with publishers
The Times of London recently reversed themselves. They removed some of the paywall that they had put up which charges subscribers to read their news. The Times decided to offer some teaser text free of charge with their articles. All their articles were previously blocked for 2 years. So why did they do this? The Times, like most publishers, needs to attract new readers by having their articles found in Google search. …Read More
The following is the introduction to my latest book #tweetsmart: 25 Twitter Projects to Help You Build Your Community (O’Reilly Media, 2012). This intro sums up my attitude toward Twitter and the perilous practice of “marketing” on Twitter. Enjoy! At nearly every conference I attend I meet people who tell me, “I have no use for Twitter. You can’t say anything in 140 characters. I’d rather have a real conversation.” …Read More
The problem: Google tells us that 70% of all readers land on your article pages or blog posts and not your homepage. This is an amazing statistic and I have experienced the same. Now why does this happen? When people search, they search for something very specific. So lets pretend you published an article called “how to grow grape tomatoes“. Click the link to search Google for this phrase. What …Read More
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