Jan 24, 2012

7 New Business Models To Monetize Your Content Online
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Online Curators

Via Scoop.itMarketing Strategy and Business

Some new companies are experimenting business models that go well beyond the traditional CPM approach for online ad impressions, resulting in interesting returns for authors and publishers.  Here’s a list of lesser-known platforms that let you distribute your own media content – and make money from it:   – Pivotshare: it is a platform that lets publishers offer monthly subscriptions or pay-per-view access to their audio and video content. Instead of charging monthly or sign-up fees, Pivotshare takes a commission. As for publishers, how much they receive depends on how popular their content is, relative to other videos on Pivotshare’s platform.    – Onswipe: it wants to shape the future of publishing. The free platform, which is now self-serve, has ambitions to make blogs and websites easy and beautiful to browse on a tablet. Publishers can earn extra revenue, as Onswipe’s terms of service detail that the startup will pay publishers a share of its net advertising revenue.   – Cleeng:
it lets you monetize all types of digital content, including video, text and pictures. The best thing about the platform is the flexibility it brings to your business model. Cleeng currently offers two packages: ***Cleeng Plug & Go, aimed at bloggers, artists, app developers and self-publishers. According to the company, it only takes 5 minutes to set it up, with the help of free WordPress, Drupal and Brightcove plugins if needed. ***Cleeng Enterprise, a paid solution aimed at major publishers which includes set-up assistance and advanced features.   – Apps Builder: With this app, anyone can create a mobile app to monetize their content, either by selling it or by inserting ads.   In the full article you can read also other about: – 24symbols… – Bandcamp… – Citizenside…   [read full article on The Next Web http://j.mp/wFuL6f]    Curated by Giuseppe Mauriello
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