There’s a lot of talk about "stacking dimes" - the concept of driving digital revenue through a wide variety of products and services. Let’s take a look at some of these dimes, in the form of tools media companies can deploy online to capture incremental revenues. Full Story
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Media companies are getting deeper into e-commerce as a way to drive end-user revenues. Many see it as a natural extension of the "user experience." But as publishers pitch more products, are they getting too cozy with advertisers?
Options for publishers are growing in the frenzied daily deals space. White-label platform vendor Tippr has launched an affiliate network designed to extend the reach and revenue opportunities of publishers' daily deal offerings. Full Story
Mediaspectrum's new deals platform allows merchants to order their own deals and publishers to manage deals alongside other advertising inventory. Could this help publishers better compete with Groupon for local ad dollars?
MediaNews Group recently launched an iPad app for the San Jose Mercury News that blends mobile, user-generated content and location features. The news publisher has tapped into a way to truly take advantage of the mobile environment for both content and advertising. Full Story
The daily deals industry has grown so rapidly that it's time to take a step back and put it into perspective. Here are five emerging trends that could translate into opportunity for both consumer and B2B media companies. Full Story
Bizy, a deal site for small business, is reaching out to media partners to offer discounted products and services to their business audiences. It's another sign of social commerce moving into the B2B arena. Full Story
Watch out Groupon; media sites like Boston.com are guarding their turf in local advertising with deals programs of their own. Publishers have the benefit of established relationships with consumers and advertisers. Full Story
Social coupons are an increasingly popular way for publishers to turn static banners into actionable advertising formats. Shared deals receive redemption rates of over 50 percent, according to social marketing platform SocialTwist. Full Story