How we’re helping publishers experiencing hardship
At Digiday, we cover the seismic changes and upheavals reshaping the publishing industry every day, but we’re also living them ourselves. That’s why we’ve assembled the Publisher Partner Coalition, a group of solutions providers offering great terms, no-fee access to products and services and more to publishers in need.
Click through the categories and logos below to find offers to help you through your current challenges, increase revenue, improve your cash position and more.
‘Off the field business’: Sports is still shaky but sports business publications see a lucrative play
The business of sports has been turned upside down and a number of media companies are racing to capitalize on the opportunity.
As the Facebook boycott ends, brand advertisers are split on what happens next with their marketing budgets
Of the top 20 Facebook advertisers, according to Pathmatics’ 2019 data, five of them -- Microsoft, Unilever, Diageo, Coca-Cola and CVS -- are keeping media dollars away from the social network.
‘No brainer’: Marie Claire launches sampling business to boost revenue and data practice
With retail on lockdown "Working in skincare, samples are the number-one way to get people into a product."
SponsoredAs live sports roar back onto screens, brands capture a social-media lift
By TJ Adeshola, head of U.S. Sports Partnerships at Twitter Live sports are back and sports fans couldn’t be more excited. It’s no surprise that communities across the country are welcoming their teams back with open arms. For many, the return of sports brings a sense of normalcy — 67 percent of U.S. fans see […]
‘Make bold moves’: How Allure is using its platform to challenge the outdated standards in beauty
Through the pandemic, seismic shifts have occurred in how brands can interact with customers. So beauty magazines, like Allure, have stepped up to provide a valuable connection between their consumers.
How the world’s biggest advertisers are spending (or not) as the pandemic grinds on
Having pulled back in Q1, some advertisers are gearing up for a big push in the second half of the year. Others are bracing themselves for a rocky road ahead.