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Three ways you’re pissing off your audience

Three ways you’re pissing off your audience

The three unsavory audience development mistakes you’re (probably) already making and how to solve them.

You’re finally in the last round of asset design after arguing with six different team members about which color to make the button, where to place the logo, whether the green background is TOO green—all in an effort to deploy a beautiful campaign that’s going to make it rain new audience members.

The Membership Puzzle Webinar Recap

The Membership Puzzle Webinar Recap

I encourage you to look at ways that journalism can optimize trust. Sites (both big and small) contain trust indicators that can fuel a brand’s audience revenue generation and audience development goals. Recently, The Membership Puzzle’s Emily Goligoski sat down to discuss the organization’s recent work on studying the keys to building sustainable membership programs. Here are some of the major questions Goligoski helped us answer-- and a peek at our team’s notes:

How Vox turned an oops into an ok

How Vox turned an oops into an ok

If you’re anything like me, you’ve woken up in middle of the night (at least once) to a nightmare that involves sending out your publication’s newsletter with either A. a typo, B. the wrong link, or the worst of all, C. incomplete. These nightmares are much like the waitress nightmares I’ve been having since my first job at 16. You know, the ones where you’re the only server in the restaurant, a family reunion comes in, and your pen runs out of ink? #Anxiety.

Recently, Vox lived that nightmare. Except this one was a reality.