The metrics of the journalism funding model are changing. Publishers are continuing to experiment with digital revenue as a replacement for print ads, resulting in more — and more effective — subscription campaigns and membership drives.
This next wave of digital fundraising brings challenges as well as opportunities for growth. Does recurring monthly giving work? One-time direct appeals to donors? Pay-by-article and digital tipping? And when is the best time to ask for money?
Whether a commercial publisher, public media or nonprofit newsroom, answering these and other questions about money requires careful measurement of what’s working and how.
In our #MetricShift chat on Friday, April 28 at 1 p.m. ET, we will talk about the metrics of fundraising for journalism in the digital era.
The chat, which you can find by searching for #MetricShift on Twitter, will be moderated by Tim Cigelske, associate editor of metrics at MediaShift. Guests Continue reading "MetricShift Chat: The Metrics of Fundraising, on April 28, 2017"
In our #MetricShift chat on Friday, March 24, at 1 p.m. ET we’ll collaborate with our #EdShift section to talk about resources, challenges and sharable tips in combining media metrics and education.
The chat, which you can find by searching for #MetricShift on Twitter, will be moderated by Tim Cigelske, associate editor of metrics at MediaShift. Guests will include Aileen Gallagher, MediaShift.org’s new education sector editor and a journalism professor at Syracuse University, Jason Alcorn, MediaShift.org metrics section editor and nonprofit news consultant, and more to come.Continue reading "#MetricShift Chat: How to Teach Metrics"