Monetize your archive with Magpedia

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Reusing old content is the right gambit for publishers

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Investments in printing an issue can only be recouped within a short time frame after publication. You can change this.

Magpedia is a digital monetization engine for publishers which turns your publication archives into an additional revenue stream.

 

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Reader behaviour is changing. Be where they are - online!

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Reader behaviour is changing. Be where they are - online!

    • Generate revenue

Print content generates an additional monthly revenue

    • Add value

Start earning immediately, offering your readers new content that they really want

    • Hassle-free

Monetization is automated: no additional action is required to the publisher

How does it work?

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Provide us with your print content archive and we take care of:

  • Digitalization: converting .PDF publications into SEO-friendly web content 
  • Distribution: publishing the content on a specific section in the publisher’s portal and distribute it online
  • Monetization: setting up premium display advertising
  • Monitoring: analyzing performance to continuously improve monetization

  

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Choose your Magpedia product

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Option 1 - Magpedia Portal

  • For back issues only
  • Articles are provided to readers for free on Magpedia.com
  • Your old evergreen articles will be monetized through premium advertising
  • Revenue model: revenue sharing
  • $0 investment

 

 

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Option 2 - Magpedia Hosted

  • Publishers will embed Magpedia.com or the publisher name on their website
  • Content will be hosted by Magpedia.com
  • Advertising will be provided by Magpedia
  • Revenue model: revenue sharing

 

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Option 3 - Magpedia Archives

  • Publishers will include their archives on their website
  • Content will be hosted by Magpedia.com
  • Indexed by Google
  • Premium content, accessible via subscription or advertising managed by the publishers with no revenue share
  • Revenue model: setup fee + annual fee

 

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