By Kevin Lund published November 12, 2010

How a Print Strategy Could Save the World: A Case Study

Recently, I finished reading the book Let My People Go Surfing, by Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard. It’s a fascinating story by an inspirational business leader. He not only grew a successful company while being beloved by his employees and revered … Continue reading

By Joe Pulizzi published September 3, 2010

The Ultimate Guide to Launching a Print Custom Magazine

For the past three years, social media has taken center stage for corporate marketers. In talking with many senior marketers, there was a drop everything mentality, meaning that many strategies within the integrated marketing realm were left on the sidelines … Continue reading

By Joe Pulizzi published August 11, 2010

7 Reasons Print Will Make a Comeback in 2011

Okay…there, I said it. You’ll find no greater supporter of online content marketing than me, but marketers and agencies are talking up print for 2011. Yes, in the era of iPads and Apps, there is still a role for print. … Continue reading

By Kevin Lund published June 15, 2010

How to Create a Custom Magazine Cover that Rocks

Though it’s said you can’t judge a book by its cover, you can decide if you want to read it – especially if the book we’re talking about is a magazine. Think about it. Given the choice, if you’re waiting … Continue reading

By Joe Pulizzi published November 4, 2009

Custom Print Magazines – Why Can’t MasterCard Produce Inc. Magazine?

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been reading more print magazines lately.  Seems odd at first, but in a way, it makes perfect sense. I spend most of my business day and night on the computer. When I’m on … Continue reading

By Joe Pulizzi published September 3, 2009

Print Custom Magazines Still Work: Q&A with financial custom publisher T3 Publishing

Almost a year ago I came upon a custom magazine called thinkMoney from the company thinkorswim.  It’s just one of those custom magazines that I like to keep around and refer to on occasion.  Design, content, calls-to-action…they are all working … Continue reading