We don’t envy you because if we had a surefire one size fits all solution we’d be rolling in the big bucks. Instead, we run a Tumblr.
That said, it’s hard to offer advice without knowing anything about the magazine you’re going to interview for. Is it a general interest, fashion, music or sports title? Perhaps it’s super niche?
And that said, take a look at our Magazines Tag. Most of the posts are about magazines and their efforts to go digital but there are some that talk about print magazines making it in print.
For starters, try these:
- In Praise of Print (and make sure you hit the link at the top of that post as well).
- Conde Nast starts pilot program to let readers print their magazines.
- Makeshift Magazine finds an audience.
- Print is the New Vinyl.
- How Monocle’s kept its mojo.
Our Business Models Tag will be helpful too. It focuses on much more than magazines but should give you good ideas about what people are thinking about when it comes to sustainability and overall audience growth.
Hope this helps and good luck with the interview. — Michael
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