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Amazon is launching one of its most popular global services in Australia today which automates repeat purchases in exchange for a 10 per cent discount and free delivery.  ‘Subscribe and Save’ enables customers to sign up for scheduled repeat deliveries on products such as toilet paper, laundry powder, nappies and

For The Economist, podcasts serve the dual purpose of helping attract and retain subscribers, while the audio advertising pays enough to cover the production costs. Like many global business publications, in recent years The Economist has shifted away from a reliance on advertising to growing subscription revenue. It also recently

As digital ad revenue is diverted to Google and Facebook, big publishers are embracing subscription revenue, enforced by paywalls online, with new enthusiasm. However business models are far from figured out. Global publishers operating in Australia are also increasingly turning to analytics to better understand their audience in an effort

The Economist has quadrupled its subscription profits in four years and in 2017, the circulation business was the single-largest contributor to the group’s profits for the first time in its 174 year history. That growth has been driven by targeted marketing activity designed to find subscribers willing to pay for

Mobile internet connections will grow by more than a third next year according to research by Ericsson. By the end of 2014 there will be 2.6 billion smartphone subscriptions in the world, and when tablets and other devices are considered the number will breach the three billion barrier. Ericsson’s research

Sometimes it is easy to forget that we are barely at the start of the smartphone revolution. New figures from a quarterly research report by Ericsson, however, put today’s numbers into sharp relief. According to Ericsson, over the next six years smartphone subscriptions around the world will increase from the