In this week’s subscription news headlines, Business Insider tells us that Amazon is making non-Prime members pay higher prices at its brick-and-mortar bookstores, Ken Doctor talks about the failed deal between Gannett and Tronc (formerly Tribune Publishing), and Scribd expands its offerings with magazines. Also, in this week subscription news, we’ve got online ads, transparency, churn rates and email marketing.
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How Transparency Can Slash Your Churn Rate by 89%
My San Antonio
Publishers Can Conquer AdBlock with Email Marketing
Media Post: Email Marketing Daily
Picking Up the Pieces of the Broken Gannett-Tronc Deal
Politico: Ken Doctor
Scribd Adds Magazines to Its E-Book Subscription Service
Wall Street Journal