We've reached the conclusion, my wife Dali and I, that we're going to blow up the site you see and start from scratch.
We've had a busy, busy week of business meetings, and there are a lot of bubbly possibilities percolating from that.
I don't have a favorite subscriber. I don't have a favorite type of subscriber. But I'll absolutely acknowledging having a favorite type of subscriber story.
NEW YORK — One fun part of our fifth anniversary celebration Tuesday came during a Q&A session we did with about 50 or so readers out on the Highmark Stadium terrace, mostly...
What to expect at our fifth anniversary celebration: Tuesday, July 23, 6 p.m., at Highmark Stadium.
Meet Donnie Mason. No, seriously, come meet Donnie. Because if he can make it to our fifth anniversary celebration — Tuesday, July 23, 6 p.m., at Highmark Stadium — then there’s no...
We're giving away Lunatic Bricks at our fifth anniversary celebration Tuesday, July 23, 6 p.m., at Highmark Stadium
We've come a really long way since this first-year anniversary, pictured above.
We aren't a TV company or a multimedia company, but we're proud to be partners with WPXI, Pittsburgh's very best in that category. Now more than ever.
On July 23, 2014, this venture, the first of its kind in North America and now the precursor to so many others, was born. On July 23, 2019, we'll celebrate.
The best sales tool, we’re often told, is word of mouth. And best sales force, in turn, is comprised of existing customers. So, let’s get to work.
Some companies farm out their customer service to foreign countries. This one keeps it in-house. Quite literally. Those three people photographed up top, vacationing in Iceland last summer, do all...
I'm always happy for the chance to shake the hand of a subscriber, anywhere we might happen to meet. But I tend to save the great, big bear hugs.
People like me and those on our staff write about Pittsburgh sports … for love of profession and all that, but also for pay. I mean, that’s why it’s a...
That's my view up there. At The Miami News, I could look out the window to see sailboats and cruise liners on Biscayne Bay.
According to my Marriott Rewards account, I've now spent 2,217 nights of my life in one of their hotels. I'll save you the math: That's a little more than six...
Journalism is dying. I've been hearing that at least since I was the sports editor of my junior high school newspaper more than a few decades ago.
It's not a stretch for me to say everything I've learned about the foundational workings of journalism -- editing, structure, planning, page design -- came from Jim Barger.
We've sold 32 Lifetime Lunatic subscriptions, so 68 remain toward our new cap of 100, combined with the original 500. There's no plan to sell more.
Since this venture was launched, we've proudly offered free subscriptions to all active-duty military.
Now that we're selling an additional 100 Lifetime Lunatic subscriptions -- 86 remain -- we'll eventually have 600 total, combined with the original 500.
We're proud to count 500 subscribers as Lifetime Lunatics. And, upon serious consideration, we're now open to adding another 100 to the club.
Beginning April 1, we'll add a new weekly feature, Monday Mound Visit, by ace baseball analyst Jason Rollison.
Anytime we discuss any kind of business partnership with any company, large or small, among the first questions we'll get asked are how many readers we've got.
So, what are we, anyway? That's the question I posed at a staff meeting earlier this week, and it's one I posed the next morning to our readers.
A week ago, I laid out how we hope to reach people who've never heard of us. This week, it'll be about converting that outreach into actual readers.