WSJ’s $28 Million Renovation

“As online journalism’s poster child for commercial success, The Wall Street Journal Online would seem to be the last candidate for a massive site renovati

“As online journalism’s poster child for commercial success, The Wall Street Journal Online would seem to be the last candidate for a massive site renovation. After all, when 625,000 subscribers care enough to pay for your content, you must be doing more than one or two things right. So why completely overhaul a Web site that works? And what on earth or online accounted for the $28 million price tag being bandied about?”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE