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We used the website to power the magazine and the site was powered by you.Until even 2013 things were quite okay as print revenue drops were offset by the growth of banner ad revenue. First of all, the way those banner ads were priced was just stupid.

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I’d be surprised, though, if the players in Shanghai died of their own accord without being disrupted by a nimbler operation. This will have to happen within the embrace of performance marketing.The linchpin here is a competent marketing department.I spin up my initial (small) sales team (of 1 person) – which is mainly focused on fielding requests from advertisers and looking after accounts receivable – into a proper O2O event marketing team.Wait long enough and you’ll get a real bargain, the logic goes. When City Weekend hit the scene in 1997, it joined That’s Beijing, Beijing Talk, and Beijing Scene and served a readership a magnitude smaller.Hell when the North China Daily News was founded in 1850 there were only a few hundred foreigners around to read it. Digital starting eating print’s lunch in earnest in about 2009.Mobile ads are tiny, half of the clicks are accidental and those that aren’t rarely provide compelling lead acquisition journeys.

Just like that, the beefy, well-designed, high-concept websites became obsolete and everything meaningful was shrunk down to the size of an i Phone screen. Expat rags were quick to jump on social media, Weibo for a little while and then Wechat.

After we make a stable business with the Wechat array, then we invest in web, fighting for long tail keyword strings, like Skimbl used to do.

We use that traffic for new channels of Wechat adoption and more (free) eyeballs for the content marketing.

To understand why this is such a strange way to begin a farewell, you have to understand a bit of the revenue model for these magazines.

Ad contracts at magazines like this are almost always structured by blocks of issues – full page, back cover, for 25 issues (the entire year) for a fixed price, or some variation of that.

These channels developed rapidly and became the perfect vehicles for content marketing which had been the holy grail of advertisers all along. To shore things up the mags looked to diversify the revenue stream even further with stuff like partnerships with ticket sellers or restaurant booking services, for example, or creating their own video production teams.