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A consortium of online news publishers has formed an alliance to share data on reader behaviour. Guardian Unlimited, News International, Tel…

A consortium of online news publishers has formed an alliance to share data on reader behaviour. Guardian Unlimited, News International, Telegraph.co.uk, Associated Northcliffe, Emap, FT.com and Future Publishing (LSE: FUTR) want to set up a closed network with behavioural targeting outfit Revenue Science that would see them “sharing previously sensitive commercial data in an aggregated form to target users with relevant advertising”, says NMA, which quotes Emap (LSE: EMA) online sales head Bruce Daisley: “Big publishers are beginning to assert themselves, so advertisers, instead of going to MSN Motoring or Yahoo! (NSDQ: YHOO) Finance, can buy more reputable online ad space from premium content sites.”

Big brands could then apply campaigns across multiple sites, rather than strike piecemeal ad deals, the theory goes. The Guardian started using Revenue Science individually two years ago. According to its site, the company “collects and measures people

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  1. This would be the better way to increase the publisher’s revenue. And also publishers should use the services like RSS, pod casting, digitization, etc in order to increase their circulations. Publishers can increase their advertising revenue through presenting their publications in digital. I saw the website http://www.pressmart.net which proving the above services.

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